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Flamenco: A Windham Hill Guitar Collection
     

Flamenco: A Windham Hill Guitar Collection

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Flamenco purists might be upset that so many contemporary artists cop the centuries-old legacy of the music for their own pop-minded purposes, but the new age and worldbeat charts reflect a modern interest in this ancient style. Windham Hill has long been a label dedicated to creating samplers designed to appeal to both longtime fans and new converts to all types of

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Flamenco purists might be upset that so many contemporary artists cop the centuries-old legacy of the music for their own pop-minded purposes, but the new age and worldbeat charts reflect a modern interest in this ancient style. Windham Hill has long been a label dedicated to creating samplers designed to appeal to both longtime fans and new converts to all types of music, and this collection is no exception. It features six popular genre classics from the last decade and four new tracks by Adam Del Monte and new age artist Sean Harkness. Individual songs were produced by veteran label artist and producer Brian Keane and others. The new material includes "Night in Marrakesh," a duet by Del Monte and world-renowned Turkish ney flute and oud master Omar Faruk Tekbilek; Del Monte's "Sombra Del Paraiso"; and Harkness' "A Mi Hermano" and "Corazones Diferentes." Tekbilek duets with Keane on the Middle Eastern-tinged "Imaginary Traveler," which first appeared on the Keane-Tekbilek collaboration album Beyond the Sky in 1992. There's a mix of old and new, from "Tres Notas Para Decir Te Quiero" (from Spanish great Vicente Amigo's City of Ideas) to Strunz & Farah's "Jardin," from the duo's 1995 album Heat of the Sun.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/25/2002
Label:
Rca
UPC:
0019341150121
catalogNumber:
11501
Rank:
9242

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brian Keane   Synthesizer,Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Piano
Dave Anderson   Fretless Bass Guitar
Pedro Aznar   Voices
Eliseo Borrero   Bass
Mino Cinelu   Percussion,Drums
Ara Dinkjian   Oud
Ardeshir Farah   Acoustic Guitar
Jamey Haddad   Percussion,Bendire,Shaker
Hassan Isikkut   Kanoon
Juanito Oliva   Afro-Cuban Percussion
Manuel Soler   Percussion,Palmas
Jorge Strunz   Acoustic Guitar
Paul Tchounga   Drums
Omar Faruk Tekbilek   Oud,Baglama,Ney,kaval
Arto Tuncboyaciyan   Percussion
Vicente Amigo   Guitar
Manolo Nieto   Bass
Manuel Malou   Vocals
Niño Josele   Guitar,Percussion,Flamenco Guitar,Palmas
Sean Harkness   Solo Instrumental,Guitar
Rafael González   Keyboards
José Antonio Rodríguez   Guitar
Alfredo Paixao   Bass
Antonio Coronel   Percussion,Palmas
Adam del Monte   Solo Instrumental,Guitar
Javier Limón   Percussion,Palmas

Technical Credits

Brian Keane   Producer,Engineer
Strunz & Farah   Producer
Ron Bach   Digital Post Engineer
Fred Loulis   Engineer
John Mozzi   Engineer
Vicente Amigo   Producer
Keith Chirgwin   Digital Post Engineer
Rick Kwait   Engineer
Manolo Nieto   Producer
Niño Josele   Producer
Antonio Algarrada   Engineer
José Luis Garrido   Producer,Engineer
José Antonio Rodríguez   Producer
Anastasia Tsioulcas   Liner Notes
Javier Limón   Producer,Engineer

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Flamenco: A Windham Hill Guitar Collection 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Patty-n-Lee More than 1 year ago
Winham Hill is one of my favorite album labels for relaxing music. This cd is perfect for lounging at home and even for background music for dinner parties. It's a great collaboration of artists in one cd.