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soclydeza85

 

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Hit me with some music (flamenco art... 

Sorry for the amateur question but I'm looking to expand my (so far very limited) flamenco music library. I already have some stuff by PdL and Paco Peña, though I'm not at all averse to more suggestions of their more specific works. I tend to like the older more traditional stuff, guitar/instrumental prefered but I do like some of the singing. What specific albums/works should I look into? As a bonus, I do like some classical guitar as well, so I'll some of those suggestions, since I assume some of you have a good familiarity with that style. Thanks guys!
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RE: Hit me with some music (flamenco... (in reply to soclydeza85

Forgot to add, if any of you produce your own works and sell your music online, post the links, I'd like to listen and support!
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Xavi

 

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RE: Hit me with some music (flamenco... (in reply to soclydeza85

• The treasure trove is "Rito y Geografia del Cante Flamenco" available on youtube w/ subtitles.

• Anything by de Lucia (but especially Siroco)
• Anything by Camaron
• Anything by Camaron + de Lucia
• Camaron & Tomatito live

• Check out Moraito Chico
• Check out Vivencias Imaginadas by Vicente Amigo
• Check out some Nunez (Jucal)
• Check out Tauromagia by Manolo Sanlucar
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Dudnote

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RE: Hit me with some music (flamenco... (in reply to soclydeza85

You're in the right place. Curiously, favourite flamenco artists have been discussed before...
http://www.foroflamenco.com/tm.asp?m=278095&appid=&p=&mpage=1&key=five&tmode=&smode=&s=#278119

http://www.foroflamenco.com/tm.asp?m=275290&p=1&tmode=1&smode=1

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http://www.foroflamenco.com/tm.asp?m=278017&appid=&p=&mpage=2&key=five&tmode=&smode=&s=#279799

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RE: Hit me with some music (flamenco... (in reply to soclydeza85

You state you like older, more traditional stuff.

GUITARRA

Sabicas (Flamenco Puro)

Sabicas and Escudero (The Fantastic Guitars of Sabicas and Escudero)

Nino Ricardo (Grandes Fitures du Flamenco)

Ramon Montoya, El Genio de la Guitarra Flamenca (Grabaciones historicas 1923-1936)

CANTE

Fosforito

El Chocolate

Santiago Donday ("Morrongo," with Paco Cepero accompanying)

La Nina de los Peines

There are many others, but the above should give you a good introduction to "Old School" flamenco.

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quote:

ORIGINAL: BarkellWH
There are many others, but the above should give you a good introduction to "Old School" flamenco.

What do you mean? That's modern - two of those singers are still alive

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quote:

Santiago Donday ("Morrongo," with Paco Cepero accompanying)


This CD aways amuses me. Santiago used to have café in the Plaza de la Catedral and everytime I passed, he woud ask me when I was going to record him. But he wanted 2 million pesetas upfront and the whole recording paid. Furthermore, I knew him very well and knew that I could not control him in the studio, especially since he was way past his best.

Eventually Enrique Montiel, a prepotente periodista, found some public money and called Cepero, one of the few with sufficient clout to work with Santiago.

Listen closely to the recording: it is mostly cut and paste. This is a tour de force de Paco Cepero.

This is not to denigrate Santiago, but it is a pity he was not recorded in his prime. There is an old BBC documentary where he sings a little por bulerías and demonstrates why he was so great.
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