Die Flamenco-Gruppe „Antonio Arenas”* ‎– Flamencos Aus Dem Sonnigen Spanien

Europa ‎– E 343
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Tomas De Huelva* Sevillanas Añejas
A2 Camaron* Bulerias Gitanas
A3 Camaron* & Gitana Amadora Alegrias De Cadiz
A4 Tomas De Huelva* Fandango De Huelva
A5 Chato De La Isla Soleares Flamencas
A6 El Turronero Rumba - „Tengo Voz Sonora”
B1 El Turronero Bulerias
B2 Chato De La Isla Fandangos Naturales
B3 El Turronero Sevillanas Almonteñas
B4 Chato De La Isla Bulerias Caracoleras
B5 Tomas De Huelva* Tangos Del Piyayo
B6 Antonio Arenas Rumba Flamenca „El Gato”


respect to 4763340:
label without "Made in Germany by Miller International Schallplatten GmbH." on the upper white side.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (stamped side A): C E343 A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped side B): C E343 B-2



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October 16, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

In 1968 Antonio Arenas, a guitarist from Ceuta who was then at his finest period, discovered in a showroom in Madrid a small blond gypsy who sang and accompanied himself on the guitar: the future to become legendary Camarón de la Isla. Soon after Arenas proposed him that they should record together. The young «Camarón de la Isla», as he was already known, was a bit surprised and said: «But what am I going to sing if I only know four or five things?». He finally accepted to join a recording together with other artists: El Turronero, Chato de la Isla, Tomás de Huelva, the «bailaora» Gitana Amadora, the guitars of Manolo Heredia and the artistic director himself, Antonio Arenas. «The Flamenco Group "Antonio Arenas"» was born. «Die Flamenco-Gruppe "Antonio Arenas" ‎– Flamencos Aus Dem Sonnigen Spanien» is the very first release featuring the beginning Camarón de la Isla, if only because of this it's a really valuable album for the devoted Flamenco fan! See Discogs \ El Camarón De La Isla \ site: flamenco-world.com