Viva Flamenco!

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Viva Flamenco!
woman dancing, red dress, black manton in the air with light background with black floor.
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 2000
Genre Flamenco
Length 51:23
Label Narada Productions

Viva Flamenco! is the second and highly anticipated sequel to "Flamenco: Fire and Grace" – flamenco collection from Narada Productions.[1] Its liner notes contain brief biographies with pictures of each performer as they appear in sequence.

On Narada Productions web site, track 13 "Chanela by Paco de Lucía" is not listed. However, every where that still sell the compilation, includes the track.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. La Enredadera – De Madera – 4:53
  2. Mi Tiempo – Rafael Riqueni – 2:14
  3. Al Aire – Pepe Habichuela – 5:11
  4. El Cambio (edit)- Miguel de la Bastide – 4:54
  5. Se Alza la Luna – Juan Manuel Cañizares – 4:13
  6. Primavera – José Mercé – 3:37
  7. Montoya – Tomatito – 5:30
  8. Barrio Santiago – Gino D'Auri – 3:15
  9. Sevilla – Gerardo Núñez – 3:46
  10. Nana de Colores – Diego Carrasco – 4:18
  11. A los Niños que Sufren – El Viejín – 5:21
  12. Alhambra – Guadíana – 4:26
  13. Chanela – Paco de Lucía – 3:56
  14. Entre Rosas y Jazmines – Chuscales – 6:11

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