Camarón De La Isla - París Camarón 87/88 mp3 flac
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Camarón – París Camarón 87, 88. Genre: Latin. Documental "París Camarón 87, 88". 57:00. París Camarón 87/88 (DVD-V).
PARIS CAMARON 87, 88: . ue Mala Gitana Eres 2. Interview (1st) 3. De la Raiz de un Olivo 4. Interview (2nd Part) 5. Prueba de Sonido 6. Interview (3rd Part) 7. Vi Relucir Dos Luceros 8. Interview (4td Part) 9. Ay Minero 10. Interview (5td Part) 11. Te lo Digo por tu Bien 12. Interview (6td Part) 13. Cante de Fin CIRQUE DÂ´HIVER CONCERT. PARIS, 1988: 1. Vi Relucir Dos Luceros 2. La Vida, La Vida es 3. El Fondo de los Mares 4. Tu te Fuiste al Alba Other features.
But, Camarón is still Camarón, even if apparently singing at the bottom of a well. The interview shows Camarón at home in La Línea (with much washing hanging on the line in the background). The alegrías, incidentally, are played in C (or, more accurately, in C-shapes), as is customary in Cádiz. The guitarist throughout is Tomatito, and the more I see of him, the better I think he is: absolutely solid, incredible punch, never tries to show off, always understands exactly what Camarón is doing.
CAMARON DE LA ISLA Paris Camaron 87-88 video movie dvd. 8 years3661 MB01.
Camarón de la Isla died of lung cancer in Badalona, Barcelona, on the 5th July 1992, a very dark day for cante and a sad loss to the flamenco world. Camarón was awarded a posthumous 4th Llave de Oro del Cante nine years after his death, because his voice and contribution to flamenco is still very much alive today. Other recommended viewing- Camarón-Paris 87/88. Live recording (Dvd) made in Paris, which includes Camarón performing with Tomatito as well as an in-depth interview about his thoughts on the art of flamenco. Recommended cds: Any of his work with Paco de Lucía, especially Soy caminante.
Download Camaron de la Isla & Tomatito - Paris '87 torrent or any other torrent from the Audio Music.
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.
Listen to music from Camarón de la Isla like Como El Agua, La Leyenda del Tiempo & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Camarón de la Isla. His uncle José nicknamed him Camarón (Spanish for "Shrimp") because he was blonde haired and fair skinned.
|París Camarón 87/88|
|1||Qué Mala Gitana Eres (Soleá)|
|2||Entrevista (1ª Parte)|
|3||De La Raíz De Un Olivo (Tangos)|
|4||Entrevista (2ª Parte)|
|5||Prueba De Sonido|
|6||Entrevista (3ª Parte)|
|7||Vi Relucir Dos Luceros (Alegrías)|
|8||Entrevista (4ª Parte)|
|9||Ay Minero (Tarantos)|
|10||Entrevista (5ª Parte)|
|11||Te Lo Digo Por Tu Bien (Fandangos)|
|12||Entrevista (6ª Parte)|
|13||Cante De Fin (Bulerías)|
|Cantes Interpretados En El Concierto Del Cirque D'Hiver. Paris, 1988|
|14||Vi Relucir Dos Luceros (Alegrías)|
|15||La Vida, La Vida (Bulerías)|
|16||El Fondo De Los Mares (Tangos)|
|17||Tú Te Fuiste Al Alba (Bulerías)|
|18||Documental "París Camarón 87 / 88"|
|19||Videoclip "Como El Agua"|
- Licensed From – Universal Music Spain S.L. – C.I. 021
- Recorded At – Cirque D'Hiver
- Recorded At – Les Bains Douches, Paris
- Adapted By – Camarón* (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17)
- Vocals – Camarón*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Depósito Legal: M-17017-2006
|0044006720999||Camarón*||París Camarón 87 / 88 (DVD-V, PAL)||Mercury, Universal||0044006720999||Spain||2002|