Pepe Romero - Flamenco (2LP)
Pepe Romero - Flamenco (2LP)
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Pepe Romero - Flamenco (2LP)
Pepe Romero - Flamenco (2LP)

Pepe Romero - Flamenco (2LP)

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Pepe Romero, Guitar

Chano Lobato, Singer

Maria Magdalena, Dancer

Paco Romero, Dancer


2 LP, Gatefold

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’


Record Press : Pallas GmbH in Germany

Label : Analog Phonic

Original Label : Philips

Recorded in Utrecht, The Netherlands, 12/1987

Engineered by Erdo Groot

Produced by Wilhelm Hellweg

Remastered by Hans-Jörg Mauksch at Pauler Acoustics

Originally released in 1988

Reissued in 2016



Side A:

  1. Que se ven desde el Conquero (Fandangos de Huelva) 3:06
  2. Zapateado 6:10
  3. Soleares 5:33
  4. Sera el quererte (Sevillanas corraleras) 2:43

Side B:

  1. Ha entrao una fragata (Alegrías) 4:43
  2. Mama yo quiero un lucero (Bulerías) 3:36
  3. Fué, porque non me dió ganas (Granadinas) 5:38
  4. Aquellos duros antiguos (Tanguillos) 3:22

Side C:

  1. Bulerias 4:37
  2. Y si no, me daba doble (Cantinas) 5:40
  3. Farrucas 6:12

Side D:

  1. De mi vera te fuistes (Seguiriyas) 11:18
  2. Alegrías 5:05


Reviews :

« A strictly traditional flamenco record, Pepe Romero's 1987 recording Flamenco! features not only his own sterling guitar work, but also singer Chano Lobato's expressive vocals and, in an inspired touch that not enough flamenco artists have thought of, two genuine flamenco dancers, Maria Magdalena and Paco Romero. Flamenco, after all, is dance music, and as in some forms of English contra dancing, Appalachian clog dancing, and other forms of folk music, the percussive sound of the dancers' shoes (and the female dancer's traditional castanets) is intended as part of the music. As a result, Flamenco! has a vitality and excitement often missing from classical flamenco records, which can sometimes come off as a bit stuffy and overly serious. Lobato's voice, a dusky alto with a beautifully controlled vibrato, suits the material perfectly, capturing the florid theatricality of flamenco music without going over the top. There are undoubtedly better flamenco records than this, but there are few that are as much fun. » - All Music



AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4,4 / 5

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