|TOMATITO in Concert in San Francisco, CA March 12, 2014|
A later collaboration included pianist Michel Camilo, producing the albums Spain (2000) and Spain Again (2006).
Tomatito's music is a unique mix of traditional flamenco and jazz. On some albums, such as Barrio Negro, he experimented with Afro-Cuban and Brazilian Music. He has also worked with flamenco singers Duquende and Potito and pianist Chano Domínguez among many others. Tomatito has produced six solo albums.
His music for the film Vengo, directed by Tony Gatlif, won the César Award for Best Music Written for a Film in 2001. Four years later, he won a Latin Grammy for Best Flamenco Record, for his album Aguadulce. In November 2010 he won his second Latin Grammy for his record on Deutsche Grammophon "Sonanta Suite".