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Igniting Spanish rumba, aka rumba gitana or gypsy rumba, is a style of flamenco music from Spain. This music originates in Catalonia, in the downtown areas of Barcelona, where gypsies performed rumba catalana. The music is played with guitars,hand clapping, castanets, congas and cajon. Two versions are included here - vocal and instrumental. LEGAL NOTE: Under the terms of CC-BY-NC-ND license, this music is free only for personal listening and cannot be used in videos of ANY KIND, unless you have a written permission.
Released by Meta/ Edivox Jan 1996 10 Tracks. Rumba Flamenca is a English album released on Jan 1996. Rumba Flamenca Album has 10 songs sung by Raza. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Rumba Flamenca songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Rumba Flamenca, 1985. Pan y Chocolate, 03:25.
Rumba flamenca, also known as flamenco rumba or simply rumba (Spanish pronunciation: ), is a palo (style) of flamenco music developed in Andalusia, Spain. It is known as one of the cantes de ida y vuelta (roundtrip songs), music which diverged in the new world, then returned to Spain in a new form. Djobi, Djoba" is a hit song by the Gipsy Kings, a French-Calé Rumba Flamenca band, from their 1988 self-titled album. Along with other hits from the same album such as "Bamboléo" and "Un Amor", "Djobi Djoba" helped rocket the Gipsy Kings to European popularity, before they gained popularity in America in 1989. The genre originated in the 19th century in Andalusia, southern Spain, where Cuban music first reached the country.
|A1||–Las Grecas||Te Estoy Amando Locamente|
|A2||–Lole Y Manuel||Romero Verde|
|A5||–Azucar Moreno||Debajo Del Olivo|
|B3||–Lola Flores||Pan Y Chocolate|
|B4||–El Potito||Cantandole Al Niño|
|B5||–Manolo Sanlúcar||Caballo Negro|
|C2||–Manzanita||Ramito De Violetas|
|C4||–El Luis||Oh, Libertad|
|C5||–Las Grecas||Ya No Quiero Pensar|
|D2||–Lola Flores||Ay Alvariño!|
|D4||–Tijeritas||Del Sur A Cataluña|
|D5||–El Potito||Andando Por Los Caminos|
NotesMade in Spain
|COL 468279 2||Various||Rumba Flamenca (CD, Comp)||CBS/Sony||COL 468279 2||Spain||1991|
|COL 468279 1||Various||Rumba Flamenca (2xLP, Comp)||CBS/Sony||COL 468279 1||Spain||1991|