Written in 1994 by Howard Haigh and David Trouton, who performed it as a duo on several tours of Eastern Scotland, including around a dozen shows in prisons.
The title is taken from Paco Aguilera, a musician from Seville who met Haigh and Trouton in Dundee!
The Lava arrangement evolved over a period of years and hundreds of performances and remains a high-point of many a gig to this day
at soundcloud.com/the-h-files you can hear a live version with me and guy, Jx Hynes, BenMcCabe,and a glovely piano solo from Steve Rose. And there's a goo live video of the 'Taraba'-era doing 'Aguilera' on YouTube (Lava at The Dukes 'Aguilera')
There are no lyrics on this instrumental track
released December 23, 2007
Music by Howard Haigh and David Trouton.
Spanish Guitar - Haigh
Acoustic Guitar - uy Morris
Percussion - Xtof Lheureux
Bass- Dave Shooter
It was recorded live with a bit of extra percussion added and some minimal tinkering
Plus everyone percussing a bit