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    Seleccion de sevillanas de oro vol.7

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    Seleccion de sevillanas de oro vol.7 Ref.: 50515EMI299
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    Palos:
    EMI - ODEON S.A.

    Songs:

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    • 1. El pañuelo rociero - El Pali
    • 2. Su destino fue cantar - Los Marismeños
    • 3. Unos y otros... - Amigos de Ginés
    • 4. Hablando de amor - Los Romeros de la Puebla
    • 5. Sevilla, Triana y la feria - Los Hermanos Reyes
    • 6. A nuestro aire - Cantores de Híspalis
    • 7. Sevilal tuvo una niña - El Pali
    • 8. Libre y quererte - Amigos de Ginés
    • 9. Cántame por sevillanas - Requiebros
    • 10. En mi sentío - Los Marismeños
    • 11. Déjame - Brumas
    • 12. La barca de Tomares - El Pali
    • 13. Al pie del Guadalquivir - Cantores de Híspalis
    • 14. Gudadalquivir - Los Romeros de la Puebla
    • 15. Pensamientos míos - Los Hermanos Reyes
    • 16. Mala suerte - Los Duendes
    • 17. Pueblecito Alosno - El Pali
    • 18. Un pañuelo de lunares - Requiebros

    As is suggested by its name, Seleccion de Sevillanas de Oro, each volume holds Sevillian songs that thanks to broadcasts, the popularization of the genre and some splendid lyrics have crossed over borders and are danced to around the world.
    We have great artists from this flamenco palo, duets and groups like Hermanos Toronjo, Hermanos Reyes and Los Giraldillos, followed by Los Romeros de la Puebla, Los Rocieros, Los Marismeños, Amigos de Gines, Los de la Trocha, Los Bayuncos and  El Pali and dozens of unforgetable tracks. There is also the "revolution" of Cantores de Híspalis; groups like Ecos de las marismas; solo artists like Romero Sanjuán, El Mani, María del Monte y Manuel Orta and bands like Brumas, Marisma and Ecos del Rocío.
    From the first to the fourth, the Sevillians are sung and danced to; the remaining four are beautiful boleros that may also be danced to.
    Some say that the Sevillian's dance is the most erotic one around. Simply remember the sensual evolutions of the couple dancing from the first to the fourth.



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