#1
Hey this is weird but I've just been given money with the rule of having to buy a book of spanish music. I like spanish music so it's no problem. I'm fairly decent at finger picking, like I can play malaguena and spanish romance, but i'm definately not expert at it. I'm just wondering if there's a spanish group or a collection someone knows about that I should keep my eye out for. Thanks for any help you can give : )
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meh, I've listened to every radiohead album and honestly don't get what everyone loves about them.....


cause you're ****ing stupid

#2
paul gilbert has a song called Flamingo..., does that help?(its a flemenco song btw).

Also mitch hedberg ****ing rules.
#3
I just got the tab for flamingo, that is a way rad song, thanx for the tip.

And yes, yes he does.
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Quote by Vrstone87

meh, I've listened to every radiohead album and honestly don't get what everyone loves about them.....


cause you're ****ing stupid

#4
Great as Paul Gilbert is, 'Flamingo' is barely even Spanishy, let alone flamenco. As I used to say, it's about as flamenco as Britney Spears is.

Look in the classical guitar section, it should have some compilations of Spanish pieces.
#5
Check out www.acoustikguitar.com ,or John Clarke on youtube. He does nothing but spanish/flamenco stuff and he's got some cool origonal pieces which he sells the tabs for, and you just cant beat $12 for a good tab book ^^

Mitch Hedberg FTW