#1
I need help I am currently playing bass with some cellists, drummer and a violinist helping some flamenco dancers, and the bandleader ONLY listens to classical music. Help me out here. I've thought about Spain and Armando's Rhumba, dunno what more. Any Help?
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Quote by watchingmefall
I need help I am currently playing bass with some cellists, drummer and a violinist helping some flamenco dancers, and the bandleader ONLY listens to classical music. Help me out here. I've thought about Spain and Armando's Rhumba, dunno what more. Any Help?


Ask the bandleader what songs he/she likes.
#5
Flamenco, i think, is kinda unknown territory to most of us here (i think) But out of my substandard knowledge...Paco de Lucia, Al Di Meola, Vicente Amigo?

Heres a list of flamenco guitarists, might be worth checking out them and their associated work.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Flamenco_guitarists

Theyre bound to be more "modern" flamenco, as, if i remember right, stuff like electric instruments, pianos, ect. werent introduced to the music style for some time.

Oh and heres some flamenco singers....if it helps.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Flamenco_singers

That guy jaco de lucia knows crap tons of stuff about flamenco. He doesnt log on anymore, but his email adress is still on his profile. Could try giving him a ring
Quote by thefitz
That's because you're a 13 year old who only focuses on guitars. I bet most people can't tell the difference between your voice and your mother's.