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Album Remarks & Appraisals:
The centuries' long historical tradition of flamenco and its evolution shows a diverse background of cultural roots and influences including Indian, Jewish, Byzantine, Arabic and South American. Taught to play guitar and sing by his father Juan el Minelva, at the time the best-known guitarist in the region, Andrés Fernandez Amador, a gitano from the province of Almeria in Andalusia, southern Spain, sings and plays modern flamenco in the style of Paco de Lucia, Pata Negra and the Gipsy Kings, as well as traditional 'classical' flamenco ('cante jondo') and original compositions.
Audio Mixer: Pablo Cárcamo.
Liner Note Authors: Diz Heller; Andrés Fernández Amador.
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