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Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía - Castillo de Arena, 1977 album mp3

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Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía - Castillo de Arena, 1977 album mp3
Flamenco,Western European Traditions
  • Performer:
    Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía
  • Title:
    Castillo de Arena, 1977
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  • Style:
    Flamenco,Western European Traditions
  • Date of release:
    1997
  • Duration:
    31:10
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    1318 megabytes
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    1415 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1453 megabytes
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Una producción de Fonogram, . Dolby System Made in Spain On back cover reads: Arte Flamenco. Flamenco palos: A1, B1: Bulerías A2. Tarantos A3: Tango A4: Soleá A5, B3: Fandangos B2: Tiento B4: Granaína B5: Siguiriyas. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Depósito Legal: M-13104-1990. Rights Society: SGAE.

Original Recording 1977. Made in West Germany. Other (Depósito Legal): . 4.

José Monje Cruz (5 December 1950 – 2 July 1992), better known by his stage name Camarón de la Isla (Spanish: Shrimp of the Island), was a Spanish flamenco romani singer. Considered one of the all-time greatest flamenco singers, he was noted for his collaborations with Paco de Lucía and Tomatito, and the three of them were of major importance to the revival of flamenco in the second half of the 20th century.

Castillo de Arena, 1977. Universal, Universal Distribution.

Castillo de Arena is a 1977 album, the last in a series of nine albums featuring flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía and singer Camarón de la Isla. Paco de Lucia's brother Ramón de Algeciras also contributes guitar to the proceedings. The lyrics were written by Antonio Sánchez, with the exception of the bulerías "Samara" which was penned by both Sánchez and de la Isla

Castillo de Arena is a 1977 album, the last in a series of nine albums featuring flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía and singer Camarón de la Isla. The lyrics were written by Antonio Sánchez, with the exception of the bulerías "Samara" which was penned by both Sánchez and de la Isla. The lyrics were written by Antonio Sánchez, with the exception of the bulerías "Samara" which was penned by both Sánchez and de la Isla

Concierto De Aranjuez: 2. Adagio. Paco De Lucia, Joaquín Rodrigo, Edmon Colomer, Orquesta De Cadaques. En Tu Puerta Da La Luna.

Credits

Ramon Algeciras - Guitar
Camarón de la Isla - Performer, Primary Artist
Paco de Lucía - Performer, Primary Artist
Faustino Núñez - Annotation

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Samara Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 3:26
2 Donde Se Divisa el Mar Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 3:23
3 Y Mira Que Mira y Mira Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 3:20
4 De Tus Ojos Soy Cautivo Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 3:14
5 Dos Estrellas Relucientes/De la Alegre Primavera Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 2:20
6 Como Astillo de Arena Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 3:57
7 Vivo Pa Quererte Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 3:50
8 De Lo Que Yo Soy Pa Tí/Por Culpa de Tu Cariño Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 2:47
9 Que He Dejao de Quererte Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 2:01
10 Por Cositas Malas Camarón de la Isla / Paco de Lucía 2:52