Passion & Dazzling Virtuosity

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It's hard to be unmoved by the spirit of Spain's singular gift to music, flamenco. A polyglot form with Arabic, Iberian, Jewish, and Gypsy antecedents, flamenco mirrors the historic makeup of Spain itself, delivered in one soul-destroying sound. These three CDs and 48-page book provide a primer on the genre, leaving the listener more than prepared to build a library of essential material. The first disc, PASSION, features mostly male, mostly Gypsy singers, such as the legendary Camarón de la Isla, the standard by which all cantaores will be judged. Disc 2, MAGIC, focuses on that other component of unforgettable flamenco, the guitar. Dazzling practitioners such as Paco de Lucia, Camarón collaborator Tomatito, and ...
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It's hard to be unmoved by the spirit of Spain's singular gift to music, flamenco. A polyglot form with Arabic, Iberian, Jewish, and Gypsy antecedents, flamenco mirrors the historic makeup of Spain itself, delivered in one soul-destroying sound. These three CDs and 48-page book provide a primer on the genre, leaving the listener more than prepared to build a library of essential material. The first disc, PASSION, features mostly male, mostly Gypsy singers, such as the legendary Camarón de la Isla, the standard by which all cantaores will be judged. Disc 2, MAGIC, focuses on that other component of unforgettable flamenco, the guitar. Dazzling practitioners such as Paco de Lucia, Camarón collaborator Tomatito, and fleet-fingered Gerardo Nuñez trace the evolution of Spanish guitar from classical forms to freewheeling rumba and back. While many of the artists here are from flamenco's resurgence over the last two decades, there's plenty of archival material from figures such as Ramon Montoya. The final disc is loaded with exciting EXPLORATION, as flamenco meets rock (Ketama), soul (Willie Gimenez and Chanela), Arabic blues (Radio Tarifa), and more.
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  • Release Date: 8/8/1994
  • Label: Ellipsis Arts
  • UPC: 052296335045
  • Catalog Number: 3350

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Duende Primary Artist
Pep Romaguera Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Carles Benacent Bass
Javier Colina Bass
Luis de Cordoba Bass
Geraldo DiTino Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Tabla
Marcelo Carlos Fuentes Bass
Guillermo Guzman Bass
Juan Miguel Guzman Bass, Vocals
El Camarón de la Isla Bass
Manolo Nieto Bass
Antonio Ramos Bass
Juan J. Ruiz-Leite Bass
Xavi Turull Berimbau, Ghantam, Percussion, Tabla
Paul Martinez Conga
Enrique Perdomo Conga, Darabeka, Drums
Fain S. Duenas Darabeka, Drums
Enric Canada Drums, Percussion
Miguel Angel Labrador Guerrero Drums, Guitar, Vocals
Guillermo McGill Drums, Percussion
Paul Tchounga Drums
Emilio Benjumea Electric Guitar, Vocals
Juan Parrilla Flute
Domingo Patricio Flute
Tunsi Beyer Ghantam
Joaquin Amador Guitar
Rafael Amador Guitar
Raimundo Amador Guitar
Vicente Amigo Guitar
Manolo de Badajoz Guitar
Fernando Bellver Guitar
Jesus Bola Guitar, Keyboards
Jose Manuel Canizares Guitar
Augustin Carbonell Guitar
Jose Miguel Carmona Guitar, Vocals
Juan Carmona Guitar, Hand Clapping, Whistle (Instrument)
Diego Cortes Guitar, Vocals
Ardeshir Farah Guitar
Manolo Franco Guitar
Jose Luis Gil Guitar, Hand Clapping
Pepe Habichuela Guitar
Ray Heredia Guitar, Hand Clapping, Percussion, Vocals
Isidro Guitar
Jesus Losada Guitar
Manolo Sanlúcar Guitar
Paco de Lucía Guitar
Enrique de Melchor Guitar
Manuel Molina Guitar
Montoyita Guitar
Manuel Morao Guitar
Gerardo Nuñez Guitar
Miguel Ochando Guitar
Paquete Guitar
Rafael Riqueni Guitar
Manuel Rodrigues Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion
Eduardo Rodriguez Guitar
José "Jochy" Rodríguez Guitar
Sabicas Guitar
Pedro Sierra Guitar
Jorge Strunz Guitar
Tomatito Guitar
El Viejin Guitar
Diego Amaya Hand Clapping
Remedios Amaya Hand Clapping, Vocals
Gran Canarias Hand Clapping
Meritxell Cardellach Hand Clapping
Carmen Amaya Hand Clapping, Vocals
Antonio Carmona Hand Clapping, Percussion, Whistle (Instrument)
Diego Carrasco Hand Clapping, Vocals
Juan Carrasco Hand Clapping
Carmen Cortes Hand Clapping
Faiquillo Hand Clapping
Pedro Gil Hand Clapping
Guadiana Hand Clapping
Manuel Guiamo Hand Clapping, Vocals
Enrique Heredia Hand Clapping, Percussion, Vocals
Maria Rosa Jimenez Hand Clapping
Juanares Hand Clapping
Doctor Kelly Hand Clapping, Vocals
Javier LaTorre Hand Clapping
Jose Luis Ordonez Hand Clapping
Antonio Reyes Hand Clapping
Pilar Saavedra Hand Clapping
M. Salazar Hand Clapping
Sebastian Hand Clapping
Manuel Soler Hand Clapping, Percussion, Vocals
Antonio Suarez Hand Clapping
Antonio Torres Hand Clapping, Whistle (Instrument)
Jose Vargas Hand Clapping
Eduardo Laguillo Harmonium
Sheshikumar Kanjira
Chano Domínguez Keyboards, Piano
El Negri Mandolin, Percussion
Quique Valino Mandolin, Violin, Violone
Raúl Fernández Percussion, Vocals
Enrique Moron Percussion, Vocals
Juanito Oliva Percussion
Ramoncito Percussion
Ramon "Porrina" Suarez Percussion
Jorge Pardo Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Juan Alberto Arteche Vocals
Diego el Cabrillero Vocals
Luisi Carmona Vocals
Duquende Vocals
Benjamin Escoriza Vocals
Felpo Vocals
El Indio Gitano Vocals
Susi Joaquin Vocals
Luco Vocals
Gina Machon Vocals
Charo Gonzalez Manzano Vocals
Jose Menese Vocals
José Mercé Vocals
Lole Montoya Vocals
Enrique Morente Vocals
Estrella Morente Vocals
Nina de los Peines Vocals
El Polaco Vocals
R.A. Ramamani Vocals
Terremoto Vocals
Technical Credits
El Hierro Contributor
T.A.S. Mani Contributor
Vincent Molino Contributor
El Potito Contributor
Joaquin Amador Producer
Juan Alberto Arteche Producer
Antonio Benamargo Producer
Jesus Bola Producer
Joe Boyd Producer
Teo Cardalda Producer
Antonio Carmona Producer
Jose Miguel Carmona Producer
Juan Carmona Producer
Julio Casterad Producer
Geraldo DiTino Producer
Ardeshir Farah Producer
Manuel Iman Producer
Kiyoshi "Boxman" Koyama Producer
Manolo Sanlúcar Producer
Enrique de Melchor Producer
Enrique Morente Producer
Gerardo Nuñez Producer
Mario Pacheco Producer
Ricardo Pachon Producer
Braulio Paz Producer
Juanjo Pizarro Producer
Angel Romero Producer
Manuel Ruiz Producer
Manuel Sanjurjo Producer
Jorge Strunz Producer
Tomatito Producer
Flamenco Vivo Producer
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