Felipe De La Rosa - Flamenco Fever mp3 album
- Performer: Felipe De La Rosa
- Title: Flamenco Fever
- Genre: Latin
- Formats: TTA MMF AA MPC DMF MP4 MP2
- Released: 1978
- MP3 album: 1514 mb
- FLAC album: 1379 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
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A1 Alguien Canto A2 Danza Mora A3 Farruca B1 Llorona B2 Soleares B3 Hands And Feet B4 Guajiras. Flamenco Fever (LP, Album, Ltd, Yel). M & K Realtime Records, M & K Realtime Records.
Amar o Depender (En Vivo). José Felipe Mejía, Enrique de la Rosa. Download MP3. José Felipe Mejía.
The discography of Spanish flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía: Flamenco Festival Gitano recorded 1966 - 1971. Volume 3 (L&R records L&R 4. 15) (in cuadro) released 1986. Volume 4 (L& R Records L&R 12L0101 recorded 1969, released 1981. Polydor EP 334 FEP) 1966. Canta El Chato de la Isla 1967 (Fontana 701 968 WPY). 1967 (Polydor 342 FEP). 1967 (Polydor 341 FEP). six Polydor EPs, 1967. El Sevillano con Paco de Lucía (1972 LP).
Album · 2013 · 38 Songs. Flamenco Fury Carlos Montoya. Listen on Apple Music. 16. Tanguillo de Cadiz - Oye Negra Tanguillo. 18. Gaita Gallega (Galician Bagpipe).
Album created by Felipe Campuzano, a pianist of heart and soul, a music teacher and a dreamer looking for new ways to encourage the musical world of flamenco and the popular culture of his spiritual homeland, Andalusia, with his piano. And the voice of Beni de Cádiz, a legend of the flamenco singing, the archetype of the bohemian unredeemed Andalusian flamenco character, no gipsy, talkative, improviser, bon vivant and undisciplined but simple, one of the last purists who dominated all the flamenco styles
Melchor de Marchena (Melchor Jimenez Torres, 1907 – 1980) was a Spanish flamenco guitarist. Born in Marchena, Spain, he is considered to be one of the most representative artists with a "gypsy touch", along with Diego del Gastor. His love of flamenco comes from a family environment. His father, "El Lico" was a guitarist in his own right, while his mother "La Josefita", was a singer, as was one of his aunts,artistically known as "La Gilica de Marchena", who sang Soleá.