Duende: From Traditional Masters To Gypsy Rock
 : Duende: From Traditional Masters To Gypsy Rock

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by: Various Artists

Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0052296335021
Item Dimensions: 111
Label: Ellipsis Arts
Manufacturer: Ellipsis Arts
Number Of Discs: 3
Number Of Items: 3
Publisher: Ellipsis Arts
Release Date: August 08, 1994
Studio: Ellipsis Arts

Disc 1:
  1. Que Bonito - Luis De Cordoba
  2. Vete A La Calle - Jose Menese
  3. Tangos De La Plaza - Enrique Mornente
  4. Romance Del Amargo - Camaron De La Isla
  5. Ele Sereno De Mi Calle - El Indio Gitano
  6. A Mi Guitarra - El Polaco
  7. El Rio De Mi Sevilla - Lole Y Manuel
  8. Pena El Bollo - Diego Carrasco
  9. Vengo De Mi Extremadura - Ramon El Portugues
  10. Cuanto Tormento - Susi
  11. Tangos - Diego El Cabrillero
  12. Su Pelo Coma La Endrina - Duquende
  13. Hasta Le Fe De Bautismo - La Nina De Los Peines
  14. Erales - Terremoto
Disc 2:
  1. Armonias Del Romane - Tomatito
  2. Gitanos Andaluces - Paco De Lucia
  3. Jucal - Gerardo Nunez
  4. A Mi Hijo Jonatan - El Viejin
  5. Tercio De Vara - Manolo Sanlucar
  6. Cantarela - Eduardo Rodriguez
  7. De Mi Fuente - Enrique de Melchor
  8. Aberojaies - Losadas
  9. Tarantas - Sabicas
  10. Alegrias Del Cascorro - Agustin Carbonell Bola
  11. Resuene - Pepe Habichuela
  12. Aguita Clara - Rafael Riqueni
  13. Granadina - Ramon Montoya
  14. Rumbo - Manuel Iman
Disc 3:
  1. Jaleo Pa Las Flamencas - Jaleo
  2. Culito Respingon - Karakatamba
  3. Vengo De Borrachera - Ketama
  4. Caramelo - Ketama/Toumani Diabate/Danny Thompson
  5. Bulerias Del Norte - Tino Di Geraldo
  6. Chana - Amalgama
  7. Choricli Jul - Chano Dominguez
  8. Quien No Corre, Vuela - Ray Herediea
  9. Camino De Pan Bendito - Elementalas
  10. La Canal - Radio Tarifa
  11. Bola - Strunz & Farah
  12. Joven Para La Rumba - Willi Gimenez
  13. La pata negra - Pata Negra
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Editorial Review:
With the dizzying array of recordings on the market claiming to be flamenco, it's hard for someone looking to discover the music to figure out what the music is, let alone which of the thousands of records available are worth the price. For both novices and those wishing to expand their knowledge of this Afro-Andalusian-Gypsy music, this three-CD set with a detailed and entertaining book is a must. From the deepest, most heart-stomping roots to the slickest pop crossovers, this set has endeavored to distill centuries of evolution into a few hours, and actually succeeds rather nicely. Whether your taste is for the simple guitar and palmas accompanying the raw, wrenching voice of Terremoto de Jerez, the Afro-Spanish explorations of Toumani Diabate, or the youthful exuberance of Pata Negra's flamenco rock, this set has it covered. Important artists are given a wider listening (the Paco de Lucia tracks offers a traditional bulerias instead of the jazz fusions he is well-known for). The whole set would be worth its price just to hear the gorgeous tones of La NiƱa de los Peines, whose voice was one of the wonders of the flamenco world. Her 1930s recording included in this set is priceless. --Louis Gibson

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