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  • 01. Sangre Gitana – Yo Me Siento Muy Feliz
    02. Rumba Tres – Y No Te Quedan Lágrimas
    03. Los Gachós – Estrella
    04. Tobago – Oye Chiquilla
    05. La Marelu – Mala
    06. Barracuda – Puedes Buscarte Un Nuevo Amor
    07. Rumba Tres – Ahora Qué
    08. Juan Bautista – En Cartagena
    09. Las Deblas – Tani
    10. Rumba Tres – Ya Estoy Parao
    11. El Turronero – Yo Soy Nube Pasajera 12. Sangre Gitana – Esta Noche Te Perdí.
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    V/A

    Tani – Disco Rumba And Flamenco Boogie

    [engl] he Disco Music, Philadelphia Sound and Salsoul fever were also present in the Rumba–Pop and Flamenco–Funk scene of Spain in the late ’70s / early ’80s. Producers, sound engineers and studio musicians collaborated closely with flamenco / rumba singers and bands. Among others, we got to highlight the production / studio work that genius Josep Llobell did for the Belter label in Barcelona. Here you got 12 disco–rumba–flamenco–boogie bombs, a time machine to the boites and discotheques of the late 70s and the perfect soundtrack to an imaginary "Kinki" cinema soundtrack.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    22.02.2018
    Genre
    Soul / Funk / Jazz
    Preis
    19,90 EUR
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