#1
Hey, I'm trying to broaden my musical taste and listen to some nice spanishy/flamenco guitar music, any suggestions?

Couldn't find any other forum to put it in, and I figured that since you're all such fountains of knowledge and wisdom, might as well...
Cheers!
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#4
If you want flamenco, listen to Paco de Lucia, he's the best flamenco guitarist to ever live, man.
Also, seeing as to how I'm Argentine, I have to mention Cacho Tirao, he didn't play flamenco, but he's awesome.
#5
Inb4 Rodrigo y Gabriela.

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#6
I'm not sure who did the original but Concierto de Aranjuez from Tommy Emmanuel's live album with the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra is an amazing piece. I'm not even sure if it's flamenco but it has that latin feel to it.
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#7
Cheers guys, any more, like Spanishy mainly guitar music? Possibly electric guitar aswell?

I loved that Paul Gilbert Flamingo, he supported Satch when I saw him, great guitarist
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#8
Quote by Chips-
I'm not sure who did the original but Concierto de Aranjuez from Tommy Emmanuel's live album with the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra is an amazing piece. I'm not even sure if it's flamenco but it has that latin feel to it.



It's by Joaquin Rodrigo. (1939)


EDIT: Here's a nice piece.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHU-AJTn0I8&feature=related
#10
i really like Rafa El Tachuela, Paco De Lucia, The Sahnas Brothers and Carlos Santana.

they all do spanish/flamenco stuff (Santana not so much flamenco) but htere are hundreds of great flamenco guuitariss out there.
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#11
look for a track called 'flamenco' by 'sub focus'. that will broaden your tastes a bit
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