The album's one drawback (other than the sound) is that it is only 32 minutes long. Still, it is an amazing document. 1 No Siento en el Mundo Mas Camarón de la Isla 2:49. 2 Como Tengo Voz Sonora Camarón de la Isla 2:22.
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.
Legends of Flamenco Series.
item 7 Camaron De La Isla - Great Masters of Flamenco, Vol. 15 -Camaron De La Isla - Great Masters of Flamenco, Vol. 15. £. 2. item 8 feel the flamenco camaron de la isla paco de lucia tomatito ketama CD 2004 -feel the flamenco camaron de la isla paco de lucia tomatito ketama CD 2004. Tom Walker - What A Time To Be Alive - CD Album (Released 1st March 2019) New. 9.
Legends Of Gypsy Flamenco. I am not alone in thinking that these albums are some of the finest Flamenco ever recorded; musically, you can't go wrong with any of them. They are, however, short by CD standards. Canastera is in fact so labelled on some copies.
Legends of Flamenco - Camaron de La Isla. CD, 1999) by Camaron de La Isla. Quantity: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20. Type: CD. Discs: 1.
Camarón de La Isla, published his album on 16 June 1979 under the title La Leyenda del Tiempo, a record that revolutionised the flamenco. Before the publication of La Leyenda del Tiempo in 1979, Camarón de La Isla already had a place in the Tablao Flamenco Cordobes program, as is the case of its shows in 1976. June 13. 'La Leyenda del Tiempo' by Camarón. José Monje Cruz, known worldwide as Camarón de La Isla, published his tenth musical work on 16 June 1979 under the title ‘La Leyenda del Tiempo’ (The Legend of Time), a work that revolutionised flamenco and which today is considered one of the most important references in the history of this genre
Canastera - Camaron de la Isla. La leyenda del tiempo - Camaron de la Isla. 11'50 € VAT not included. In this album only some elements of rock are intertwined with the more consistent Flamenco in Bulerías, soleares, etc. In his day, Camarón said 'The closest I have ever recorded to rock has been 'La leyenda del tiempo,' in it i took a chance and put in elements that don't usually make part of Flamenco. And had to be careful with what was doing, without crossing Flamenco's limits, which it does have' (1989
|1||No Siento En El Mundo (Bulerías Gitanas)||2:49|
|2||Como Tiengo Voz Sonora (Rumba Gitana)||2:23|
|3||Que Murmuraitos Somos (Alegrías De Cádiz)||2:29|
|4||Los Siete Sabios De Grecia (Bulerías Gitanas)||3:02|
|6||Vamos A Cantarle La Nana (Sevillanas Almonteñas)||2:23|
|7||El Día Que Me Eches De Menos (Soleares Del Puerto)||5:40|
|8||Esta Gitana Merese (Bulerías De Utrera)||2:27|
|9||Yo Senti Un Leñador (Bulerías de Cádiz)|
- Licensed From – Ediciones Musicales, EMSA Empresa Editorial S.L., Barcelona
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ARC Music
- Copyright (c) – ARC Music
- Guitar – Antonio Arenas (tracks: all)
- Vocals – El Camarón De La Isla (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 9), El Turronero (tracks: 2, 4, 6, 8)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 743037150125
- Label Code: LC 05111
- Matrix / Runout: Koch 827.092.0015010