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Valderrama

The son of flamenco-folk legend Juanito Valderrama and copla singer Dolores Abril, Spanish vocalist Valderrama followed in the footsteps of his famous parents while simultaneously branching out in to the world of film, TV, and literature. Given birth to Juan Antonio Valderrama Abril in Madrid, in 1972, he relocated to …

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Rodrigo y Gabriela

Before they truly became probably the most visible flamenco duo of the first 2000s, guitarists Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero bonded over rock while we were young in Mexico City. They mixed their talents for a while within the metallic group Tierra Acida, experimenting D.F. within the roughest night clubs …

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Raimundo Amador

The son of an area traditional musician, Spanish contemporary flamenco guitarist Raimundo Amador started playing reside in Sevilla’s streets beneath the name of Sargento Platillo at age 13. Quickly, he began taking part in a task known as Los Gitanillos, developing Veneno in 1977, who documented a self-titled recording that …

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Ney Matogrosso

An uncommon designer with an unusual sopranino tone of voice, Ney Matogrosso fell in the Brazilian popular music picture just like a bomb within the ’70s aboard the Secos e Molhados. The finish of the group designated the start of a fertile and effective single career where he began discovering …

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Jesse Cook

Canadian rumba flamenco designer Jesse Cook has combined the unique Spanish music form with components of modern, jazz, and easy hearing about his releases for Narada Information. Authorized to the label in 1994, he created his debut, Tempest, twelve months later on. Gravity, released in 1996, strike the very best …

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Diego Amador

With influences which range from Tomatito and Paco de Lucia to Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett and Bill Evans, acoustic pianist Diego Amador can be an experimental, risk-taking instrumentalist who fuses Spanish flamenco with jazz (mostly post-bop, although he’s hip to fusion and avant-garde jazz, aswell). The Spanish musician/composer is not …

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Jorge Pardo

Not to end up being confused from the Cuba-born and American-based architect, Jorge Pardo is among flamenco’s state-of-the-art instrumentalists. Known for his liquid and relaxed method of the flute and tenor and soprano saxophones, Pardo continues to be among the leaders from the “fresh flamenco” motion. A longtime person in …

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Juan Carmona

Juan Carmona is really a virtuosic flamenco guitarist that has been showered with accolades during the period of his career and, though he’s best known being a fiery live performer, he has many albums to his name, included in this the Grammy-nominated Orillas (2003). Delivered in 1963 in Lyons, France, …

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Luiz Bonfá

Although overshadowed with the towering figure of Antonio Carlos Jobim also to a smaller extent by João Gilberto, Luiz Bonfá was there on the birth of bossa nova aswell. In fact, a minimum of two of his music, the haunting “Manha de Carnaval” and similarly evocative “Samba de Orpheus” swept …

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Dori Caymmi

Dori Caymmi can be an internationally celebrated composer and singer, having an expressive creation recorded by many essential artists worldwide, plus a prominent profession while an arranger and maker, having also written music for soundtracks. The boy of composer Dorival Caymmi and previous vocalist Stella Maris (Adelaide Tostes Caymmi), Caymmi …

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