CArles Benavent y Josemi Carmona – 2006 – Sumando

01 – Sencillito
02 – La Garza
03 – Dama
04 – Skely
05 – Soleo
06 – Amic Joan
07 – El Galleta
08 – Okinawa
09 – Lupenado
10 – Lupeando II

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Carles Benavent, Tino di Geraldo, Jorge Pardo – 1999 – El Concierto de Sevilla

01 – Donna lee
02 – San juan
03 – Postcolombiana
04 – Michelle
05 – Viva cai! La cigarra
06 – De perdidos al río
07 – Jeta
08 – Eterno Mi sueño
09 – Mantequilla
10 – Manuel
11 – Los tres por bulerías

Pepe Habichuela & The Bollywood Strings – 2001 – Yerbagüena

That the deepest roots of flamenco went all the way to India, was a theory. This record puts the theory into practice. It was recorded between Bangalore (India), Barcelona and Madrid, alongside the Indian orchestra The Bollywood Strings, led by the violin player Chandrú. The musicians themselves were surprised by the total spiritual connection between the Indian music with its intricate tradition, and Pepe’s flamenco. (review at esflamenco.com)

01 – Yerbagüena – Oriente (Rumba)
02 – A mi chache Miguel (Sole )
03 – Bangalore Krishna (Bulerías)
04 – Se la llevó Dios (Malagueña de Cádiz)
05 – Como un fandango (Tanguillos)
06 – Tres colores (Bulerías)
07 – En El Grec (Seguiriya)
08 – Yerbagüena – Occidente (Rumba)


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A performance of Yerbagüena by Pepe Habichuela and Josemi Carmona on flamenco guitars