Sabicas - Flamenco Variations on Three Guitars album
Title: Flamenco Variations on Three Guitars
Date of release: 1963
Size MP3: 1476 mb
Size FLAC: 1754 mb
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Sabicas – Flamenco Variations on Three Guitars Stereo Label: Decca – DL 78957 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Genre: Folk, World, & Country Style: Guitar Tracklist A1 Embrujo Flamenco A2 Garrotin de Medianoche A3 Sentir Malagueno A4 Variaciones de La Cana A5 Rodena de Los Gitanos B1 Farruca de la Media Luna B2 Ritmo de Huelva B3. Alcazaba B4 El Sacromonte B5 Zambra Canastera Graded Visually. The cover looks nice with a touch of peeling on the back, some light writing and some light wear. The vinyl is VG+ with a nice shine and some slight imperfections.
1960 Flamenco Variations on Three Guitars. 1961 Flamenco Virtuoso. 1961 Rhythms of Spain (with group). 1961 Flamenco Styles (with Mario Escudero). 1961 El Terremoto Gitano (with Dolores Vargas). 1962 Concierto en Flamenco (with orchestra). 1963 Flamenco Reflections. 1967 Guitars of Passion. 1968 Artistry In Flamenco. 1969 3 Guitarras Tiene Sabicas. 1969 La Historia del Flamenco (with many singers. CD Sabicas, RCA ND 74612). 1969 La Guitarra de Sabicas. 1970 Rock Encounter (with Joe Beck) (recorded in 1966). 1971 The Soul of Flamenco and the Essence of Rock.
Request an album send to friend. Flamenco Styles For Two Guitars (1997). Sabicas - Flamenco Styles For Two Guitars. Bitrate (quality): 128. mp3. 1. Sevillanas.
In case you're not familiar with Sabicas (1912-90), he was one of the greatest flamenco guitarists of the 20th century and a major influence on all his successors, most notably Paco de Lucía. Around the end of the '50s, he recorded three albums for the Elektra label, known to aficionados simply as Sabicas Volumes 1, 2 & 3. The first and third consisted of pure Flamenco, but in the second (possibly just for a bit of variety) he played several stunning arrangements of pieces from other genres that had caught his fancy - this despite his total. inability to read printed music. Volume 1 overlaps considerably with the material of the seminal Flamenco Puro album (apparently now re-released) that made such an impact in Spain. It covers the gamut from 'light' to 'deep' Flamenco styles (including the deepest of all, the siguiriya, of which Sabicas recorded comparatively few examples). He recorded his first album Bola on Nuba Records in 1989. He has since collaborated with the Paco de Lucia group, recording three albums with him. He also recorded three albums with the singer Enrique Morente. and with other musicians such as Ramón el Portugués, Jorge Pardo, Chano Dominguez, Carles Benavent, Rubem Dantas, Javier Colina, among others. In 1996, he recorded his second album, Vuelo Flamenco (Flamenco Flight), and moved to Brazil, where he lived for eight years. On his return he recorded a third disc, Desvaríos with Jorge Pardo (RTV Music, 2007).
Sabicas Album Completo Adios a la Guitarra. Flamenco Variations on Three Guitars (Full album) by Sabicas. Sabicas, album completo, rey del flamenco. Sabicas - The Soul of Flamenco and the Essence of Rock (1971).