9 thoughts on “ Ecos Flamencos - Sabicas - The Greatest Flamenco Guitarist Volume III (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. The great Sabicas, the Spanish Flamenco maestro recorded on the Elektra label in the mid to late 's. All songs are solo arrangements of traditional flamenco dances. 11 tracks on this Vinyl LP. The song titles are listed with the type of dance rhythms or dance name in parenthesis. side 1: 1. Salinas Gaditanas (Alegrias) 2. El Limonar 5/5(5).
  2. In case you're not familiar with Sabicas (), 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 & /5(5).
  3. Nov 06,  · In case you're not familiar with Sabicas (), 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 & /5(4).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1st Vinyl release of The Greatest Flamenco Guitarist on Discogs.3/5(3).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Greatest Flamenco Guitarist Volume Two on Discogs.
  6. referencing The Greatest Flamenco Guitarist Volume II, LP, Album, Mono, EKL In case you're not familiar with Sabicas (), 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.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sabicas - The Greatest Flamenco Guitarist at Discogs. Complete your Sabicas collection.
  8. The music Sabicas plays creates a world of love, rhythm, and death. It is not a world in which the intellect is of much use, for the music seeks to communicate deep emotions, the darkest feelings one tries to avoid. Flamenco in the hands of the great gypsies is a constant striving to express this duality. No guitarist of the 20th century has expressed this better or more profoundly than.

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