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The Rough Guide to Flamenco (1997 album)

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Released  18 November 1997
Release date  18 November 1997
Genres  Flamenco, World music
Length  73:15
Label  World Music Network
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The Rough Guide to Flamenco is a world music compilation album originally released in 1997. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album gives broad coverage to the flamenco genre of Spain. The compilation was produced by Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network. Liner notes were written by Tom Andrews. This was the first of three similarly named albums: the second was released in 2007; the third, in 2013.

Contents

Critical reception

The Album received mixed reviews. Writing for AllMusic, Adam Greenberg called it a "nice overview of the tradition", but that for purer forms, listeners should "look elsewhere". Michaelangelo Matos of the Chicago Reader claimed it "suffered from compilationitis", losing steam half way through.

Songs

1Venta ZoraidaEnrique Morente3:50
2Mi tiempo (bulerĂ­as)Rafael Riqueni2:19
3Veloz hacia su sinoJorge Pardo4:46

References

The Rough Guide to Flamenco (1997 album) Wikipedia


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