Naino! Spanish Gipsy Soul Funk Disco 1974/1984

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This compilation is dedicated to the fusion of black music and gypsy music created during the last century in Spain. We will mainly focus on a breakthrough movement that was started by “rumberos” and “flamencos” by mixing soul, funk and disco, reaching its maximum splendor in the late seventies.

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This compilation is dedicated to the fusion of black music and gypsy music created during the last century in Spain. We will mainly focus on a breakthrough movement that was started by “rumberos” and “flamencos” by mixing soul, funk and disco, reaching its maximum splendour in the late seventies. By mixing these genres, all executed unashamedly, musicians were able to explore new sounds and discover links between these two well-known musical traditions, so distant and yet so close. For this compilation, we have chosen fourteen of the best songs, all recorded during those times and released between 1974 and 1984.

A1–Marian Conde - Tómame Que Tómame
A2–Juan Bautista - Naino, Naino
A3–Los Maravilla - Ven, Ven, Vente
A4–Dolores Vargas - Déjalo
A5–Paca Y Manuela - Dímelo
A6–Chele - Libre Como El Viento
A7–Lola Flores - Cómo Me La Maravillaría Yo
B1–Perlita De Huelva - Mi Almohada
B2–Morena Y Clara - Para Vivir Así
B3–Trigal - Vente Conmigo
B4–Las Deblas - Zorongo
B5–Rumba Tres - Buscaremos Un Rincón
B6–Tobago - Toquiliquiton
B7 –Chipen - Volao

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