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Los Serranos - Olé, Flamenco (The Fiery Music Of The Gypsies Of Spain As Played By Los Serranos) flac album

Los Serranos - Olé, Flamenco (The Fiery Music Of The Gypsies Of Spain As Played By Los Serranos) flac album

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Performer: Los Serranos
Title: Olé, Flamenco (The Fiery Music Of The Gypsies Of Spain As Played By Los Serranos)
Country: US
Released: 1963
Style: Flamenco
Category: Latin
Rating: 4.7 ✦
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Olé, Flamenco (The Fiery Music Of The Gypsies Of Spain As Played By Los Serranos) ‎(LP, Album, Mono).

Los Serrano is a Spanish television drama comedy which premiered on 22 April 2003 and aired on Telecinco. It tells the story of the Serrano family, who lives in Round Santa Justa No 133, located in the fictional neighborhood of Santa Justa, in the Ribera del Manzanares, in Madrid. The success of the series in Spain and in several other countries in Europe and elsewhere helped launch the career of several young actors and actresses, especially actor and musician Fran Perea, who acts in the series and sings its theme song, "1 más 1 son 7". Contents. The Capdevila women move in with the Serranos, and the series follows the everyday lives of the new Serrano-Capdevilla family and their circle of friends in their homes, in the children's school and in their family-run tavern the 'Serrano Brothers'. Main cast and characters.

Los ángeles (pronounced ; Spanish for "the angels") is the debut studio album by Spanish singer Rosalía, with production and arrangements by Raül Refree. It was released on 10 February 2017 by Universal Music Spain. Rosalía began performing in tablaos a decade before the release of her recording debut, gradually becoming a well-known vocalist within Barcelona's flamenco circuit

Los Tarantos Barcelona was founded in 1963, making it one of Barcelona's oldest flamenco venues. Located in the Ciutat Vella quarter of the city, today the Los Tarantos is known for its nightly performances featuring a new generation of Catalan flamenco artists. For those who wish to enjoy a short, quality flamenco show at a reasonable price, Los Tarantos is an excellent place to do so. The establishment holds 3 or 4 nightly flamenco shows, with duration of approximately 30 minutes for each performance

los delantales Fatigas, fatiguillas dobles pasa, pasaría aquel Que tiene el agua en los labios y no la puede beber En lo alto del Cerro de Palomares, En lo alto la Sierra de Palomares, Unos dicen que nones y otros que pares, y otros que pares. At the top of Palomares Mountain, high in the Palomares sierra, Some say single, and others say a pair In the mirror of the water I look and I comb my hair, Some say single, and others say a pair Ay, don't go close to the bramble patches, Brambles have prickles and tear your apron Problems, double problems come to one who.

Situated up in Sacromonte, los Tarantos is one of the best known flamenco caves in the city. Its dimly-lit interior makes for an atmospheric evening to get into the flamenco spirit (known as duende). The flamenco club here dates back to 1972 and now offers three different cave rooms for performances. The type of flamenco shown here is Zambra, the regional style from Granada, typically played at Gypsy weddings. Ticket options can also include dinner and drinks. Cuevas los Tarantos, Camino del Sacromonte 9, Granada, Spain, +34 9.

Tracklist

A1 Los Serranos 3:20
A2 Vivan Sus Lindas Muheres 2:38
A3 A La Feria de Grana' 2:32
A4 Aquellos Tiempos 2:09
A5 Mi Blanco Velero 2:05
A6 Como La Lima Al Acero 2:40
B1 Desde Cuba A Puerto Rico 2:12
B2 Mirando Al Alba 2:12
B3 Que Cosas Tiene El Amor 2:06
B4 Rejas De Celos 2:23
B5 Son Gitanerias 2:18
B6 El Gitano Manue' 2:05

Notes

Original inside sleeve has purple stripe and Fontana logo

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): SR 67514-A-F 1 F A11
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): SR 67514-B-F 1 F A11

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MGF 27514 Los Serranos Olé, Flamenco (The Fiery Music Of The Gypsies Of Spain As Played By Los Serranos) ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Fontana MGF 27514 US 1963