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Jaleo Familia (W/Dvd)
Artist: Jaleo
Format: CD

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Label: BAYARD MUSIQUE
Rel. Date: 05/06/2022
UPC: 3560530405821

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DISC: 1

1. Bulerimbao
2. Le Bal Des Suds
3. Se Apago Una Estrella
4. Gordirubbi
5. Procesion
6. Angela
7. Ketoma
8. Kakito Fandango
9. Isabelita
10. Eygalières
11. Bulerhimalaya
12. Podemos (Part 1)
13. Podemos (Part 2)
14. El Pescador
15. For Paco
16. Libertad
17. Que Mas
18. Sentimiento
19. Paloma
20. Salsita
21. Viva Jerez
22. DVD : Musica !
23. Bonus - Clips : Sacromonte
24. Bonus - Clips : America Hysterica
25. Bonus - Clips : Gordirubbi
26. Bonus - Clips : Libertad
27. Bonus - Clips : Bulerhimalaya
28. Bonus - Clips : Teaser Jaleo "For Paco"
29. Bonus - Clips : Teaser Jaleo "For Paco" Live
30. Bonus - Songbook (Accès Via Dvd-Rom)

More Info:

Jaleo, the first flamenco-jazz group in France, gathered on the occasion of it's 20th anniversary.Unreleased: the DVD of the film Musica! With as a bonus the complete clips of the group and the Songbook Jaleo on DVD-Rom.By bringing together the three Jaleo opuses released to date, accompanied by the unreleased film Musica!, produced in 2019, guitarist Louis Winsberg celebrates the 20th anniversary of his flamenco-jazz group, whose first album was released in 2001. A project under flamenco influence (singing, dancing, rhythms), which gave his career a decisive inflection."The form of this music resembles flamenco, but the Spaniards hear it more like a jazz band." Louis Winsberg