Mondo Flamenco

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All Music Guide - Chris Nickson
To many, flamenco is Spain -- its essence distilled in music. And this compilation attempts to capture the many facets of flamenco that bring the transcendent moment of duende. And there's certainly a variety, like the stunning guitar work of Paco De Lucia, whose "La Canada" is a joy. But there are also artists who ignore the traditional barriers, such as Tomatito, whose track uses the very non-traditional flamenco instrument of piano, or Pata Negra, who makes their flamenco electric. The music grew from the Andalusian styles brought in centuries ago by Spain's North African conquerors, and "Coge La Onda," from El Lebrijano, takes the music home with desert rhythms and ...
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All Music Guide - Chris Nickson
To many, flamenco is Spain -- its essence distilled in music. And this compilation attempts to capture the many facets of flamenco that bring the transcendent moment of duende. And there's certainly a variety, like the stunning guitar work of Paco De Lucia, whose "La Canada" is a joy. But there are also artists who ignore the traditional barriers, such as Tomatito, whose track uses the very non-traditional flamenco instrument of piano, or Pata Negra, who makes their flamenco electric. The music grew from the Andalusian styles brought in centuries ago by Spain's North African conquerors, and "Coge La Onda," from El Lebrijano, takes the music home with desert rhythms and swooping Arab strings in an adventurous fusion that works perfectly from both ends. So while there's plenty of the tradition, like the great Enrique Morente, there's also ample progressive flamenco. Kudos to something well put together.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/2/2002
  • Label: Ark 21
  • UPC: 618685004727
  • Catalog Number: 850047

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Del Amanacer... - José Mercé (4:19)
  2. 2 Yo Vendo Pescaito - El Camarón de la Isla (4:05)
  3. 3 La Cañada - Paco de Lucía (5:17)
  4. 4 Nana de Colores (4:22)
  5. 5 Armonîas del Romañe (3:51)
  6. 6 Orobroy - David Pena Dorantes (4:53)
  7. 7 El Linguahe de las Flores (4:29)
  8. 8 De Perdidos Al Río (2:17)
  9. 9 Vengo de Borrachera (4:06)
  10. 10 Bulerías del Norte - Tino Di Geraldo (5:36)
  11. 11 Me Voy Contigo (3:37)
  12. 12 Mi Chacha Dolores - Aurora Vargas (5:21)
  13. 13 Coge la Onda - El Lebrijano (3:44)
  14. 14 Blues de la Fronteira - Pata Negra (4:11)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ketama Track Performer
Paco de Lucía Guitar
Gil Goldstein Accordion
Jorge Pardo Soprano Saxophone
Tomatito Guitar
Rafael Amador Guitar
Raimundo Amador Guitar
Carles Benavent Bass, Mandola
Antonio Carmona Percussion, Voices, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Jose Miguel Carmona Guitar, Vocals
Juan Carmona Guitar, Vocals, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Diego Carrasco Vocals, Track Performer
Rubem Dantas Guitar, Percussion
Jose Fernandez Percussion, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Tino Di Geraldo Percussion, Drums, Tabla, Shakere
Chonchi Heredia Vocals
Ramirez Dancer
Manuel Soler Percussion, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Remedios Amaya Vocals, Voices
Vicente Amigo Guitar
Jesus Bola Vocals
Gran Canarias Hand Clapping, Palmas
Enrique Heredia Percussion, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Enrique Morente Voices
Moraito Chico Guitar
Antonio Humanes Voices
Ramón "El Portugués" Percussion, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Maribel Martin Vocals
Aziz Abdellah Double Bass
Youssef Bou-Oud Percussion
Rafael Catizo Vocals
Antonio Coronel Percussion
Domingo Vargas Vocals
Manuel Nieto Bass
Botasgordas Voices, Palmas
Rodney d'Assis Cajon, Shakere
Pedro Peña Hand Clapping, Palmas
José Bandolero Percussion, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Pedro Barcetó Drums
Doctor Keli Percussion, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Juan Peña Dorantes Piano
Jesús Espinoza Bass
Esperanza Fernánsez Voices
Ferpu Voices, Palmas
Beachu Garcia Vocals
José Miguel Garzón Bass
Guardiana Percussion, Hand Clapping, Palmas
Hassan Jebelhbibi Percussion, Vocals
Kanun Vocals
Faical Koumich Solo Instrumental, Violin
Reduan Ali Koumich Vocals
Angel Peña Ñacles Cajon, Shakere
Abdesselam Naiti Vocals
paloma Olier Vocals
Garcia Paloma Vocals
Bernardo Pamtla Violin
Peligros Vocals
El Lebrijano Guitar, Vocals
Pedro María Peña Hand Clapping, Palmas
Rafael de los Reyes Plantón Vocals
Antonio Ramos Maka Bass
Joselín Varga Percussion, Cajon
Juan Luis "Maera" Vega Hand Clapping, Palmas
Juan José "Paquete" Suárez Hand Clapping, Palmas
Technical Credits
Rafael Amador Composer
Raimundo Amador Composer
Carles Benavent Composer
Diego Carrasco Composer
Tino Di Geraldo Composer
Chonchi Heredia Collaboration
Gerald Seligman Liner Notes, Executive Producer
Frances Collaboration
Steve Tannett Executive Producer
Dale Voelker Graphic Design
Mara Abboud Cover Art
Morteza Barjesteh Cover Graphics
Mennadi Jebelhbibi Orchestra Director
Miles Copeland Executive Producer
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