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Various - Songs And Dances Of Spain Volume 1: Cities Of Andalusia album flac Performer: Various
Title: Songs And Dances Of Spain Volume 1: Cities Of Andalusia
Country: US
MP3 album: 1462 mb
FLAC album: 1995 mb
Rating: 4.4
Genre: Folk and Country

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Songs for endless cities is a new series that will be focusing on the new generation of DJs and producers who have a fresh and individual take on an ever evolving electronic scene. Anyone with a passing interest in new electronic music may have noticed a generation shift over the last few years, and Brackles comes from that new wave of producers, promoters, DJs, hustlers and bustlers who have little to do with the 40+ year old Ibiza veterans still punting out big tunes for ever diminishing creative returns. Songs for Endless Cities aims to capture a slice of Brackles after hours and out of hours, with the afterglow still burning, maybe the rhythms still bumping, but with the freedom to rove around a bit, enjoying and exploring sound without always having to turn back to the dancefloor.

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A1 Niña Asomate A la Reja : Tanguillo
A2 Alegrias Con Bulerias
A3 Cuando Veo Unos Ojitos Negros : Tanguillo
A4 Sevillanas
A5 El Vito Cordobeas
A6 Sevillanas
A7 Soleares
Vocals – Aceta Pontones
A8 Peteneras
A9 Malaguena
A10 Soleares
Vocals – Aceta Pontones
B1 Tango Gitano
Ensemble – Troupe Of Rose Maya la Faraona
B2 Vendor's Cries
B3 Fandango
Acoustic Guitar – Ramon Montoyanito
B4 Soleares
B5 Rondeña
Acoustic Guitar – La Gartera
B6 Fandango
Vocals, Guitar – Maria Nuñez
B7 Aguinaldo
B8 Parrandos
Vocals – Anna Speranda, Esperanza Madurana
B9 Soleares


  • Ensemble – Dansadors de Cordoba (tracks: A5 to A10)
  • Vocals – Antonio de Avilla (tracks: A1 to A4), Inez Muñoz (tracks: A1 to A4)


Notes by Alan Lomax

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WF-12001 Various Songs And Dances Of Spain Volume 1: Cities Of Andalusia ‎(LP, Mono) Westminster WF-12001 US Unknown