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BOLERO GYPSIES - NEW FLAMENCO, VOLUME 2 (Various Artists)
BOL7140
This stunning compilation offers fans of Spanish guitar music, a rare collection of songs.
YOUR PRICE: $12.99

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TRACK LISTINGS
01. Libre - Armik
02. Andalucia - Johannes Linstead
03. Bolero - Armik
04. Ambrosia - Johannes Linstead
05. Calima - Armik
06. Torero - Young & Rollins
07. Recuerdos - Armik
08. Aires de Mozambique - Jason McGuire
09. Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring - Romero
10. Mosaic - Young & Rollins
11. Distancias - Jason McGuire
12. 16 Segundos De Alegria - Romero

The popularity and influence of Spanish guitar music is an international phenomenon. Its far-reaching impact extends from the trendy Flamenco clubs of Spain to the private estancias of South America. Its characteristic romantic rhythms are at the center of some of the most beautiful melodies ever written or played. But most notably, they are the true rhythms of the heart and soul of the master Nuevo Flamenco guitarists featured in BOLERO GYPSIES - NEW FLAMENCO, VOLUME TWO. This stunning compilation offers fans of Spanish guitar music, a rare collection of songs. Armik, Johannes Linstead, Young & Rollins, Jason McGuire, and Romero, have produced some of the most beautiful music you'll ever hear. Their harmonics, range, tempered intonations and beautiful textures have inspired legions of devoted fans.
The music heard here and on BOLERO GYPSIES - NEW FLAMENCO, VOLUME ONE, further emphasize the aura of these great masters in a working mode. Like its predecessor, BOLERO GYPSIES - NEW FLAMENCO, VOLUME TWO is certain to entertain you and to become a cherished musical treasure.

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Guitarists of diverse musical influences come together to create a mixture of eclectic world rhythms influenced by traditional forms of Flamenco.