Very true to the "less is more" theory, DeLucia plays against little more than hand claps or light percussion throughout most of the album, while creating complex and rich textures through thick chords, frantic strums and single note runs. You'll find the compositions to be brilliant, harmonically rich and rhythmically deep-rooted; a characteristic of flamenco and tango. Tracks such as Me Regala add flair with the addition of authentic vocal accompaniment (Paco also lends his vocals to several tracks), while the intense single note flurries and rapid chord fire of El Choruello hit hard like a bullfight. Cascading and sometimes ballad-like compositions such as Rio De La Miel and Camaron are sophisticated soundscapes rich with complex harmonies and unexpected chord turnarounds, leaving one at total peace as emotional release is heard pouring from DeLucia's fingers.
Luzia is a true testament to DeLucia's everlasting dedication and love to the art of flamenco, and lends the elegance and diversity that have made him world-renowned and as a guitarist, musician and master. Compositionally brilliant and technically awe-inspiring, you can almost see, hear and smell the music.