Camela

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Not to be confused with Camila (band).
Camela
Camelaenelpalau.jpg
Background information
Origin Spain
Genres Techno, pop, flamenco
Years active 1994–present
Labels EMI
Website www.camela.es
Members María Ángeles Muñoz Dueñas
(20 August 1974)[1]
Dionisio Martín Lobato
(31 October 1970)[2]
Miguel Ángel Cabrera Jiménez
(25 January 1972)[3]

Camela is a Spanish musical group, creators and style precursors baptized in the 90s as techno-rumba. Its components are Dionisio Martin Lobato (singer-songwriter) and María de los Ángeles Muñoz Dueñas (singer-songwriter) and until February 2013, Miguel Angel Jimenez Cabrera (keyboards, composer), all of them are from the Madrid neighborhood of San Cristobal de LA. This training is a landmark in the Spanish music, for without the acceptance of criticism and support of the media, became one of the groups of vendors lately, creating a musical and social phenomenon in its path. Camela are the second best selling in Spain in the last 20 years, only surpassed by La Oreja de Van Gogh, exceeding 7 million copies sold their entire discography.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • 1994: Lágrimas de Amor
  • 1995: Sueños inalcanzables
  • 1996: Sus 12 primeras canciones
  • 1997: Corazón indomable
  • 1998: Sólo por ti
  • 1999: No puedo estar sin él
  • 2000: Simplemente amor
  • 2001: Amor.com
  • 2003: Por siempre tú y yo
  • 2004: 10 de corazón
  • 2006: Se ciega x amor
  • 2007: Te prometo el Universo
  • 2008: Laberinto de amor
  • 2009: Dioni, Ángeles y Miguel
  • 2011: La magia del amor

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://web.archive.org/web/20101210071258/http://www.clubdefanscamela.com:80/biografia/angeles/angeles1.html. Archived from the original on December 10, 2010. Retrieved August 20, 2012.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ [2][dead link]

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