I knew Flamenco Rumba, but what about Rumba in the Americas?
For an exploration of the many branches of the Rumba tree, starting not at the Cuban root, but on the Flamenco branch, Click here.
Carlos Montoya Fiesta Flamenca Nixa SLPY 140 From Spain To Jamaica, via Connecticut! My 10" LP leads to the history of recording
Click here for my story of a bit of detective work prompted by a YouTube video which sounded like this record, but was named as a different one.
Stop Press! Updated 02/10/15 with newly-discovered YouTube video of this record's source.
In which we examine the conflation of two Flamenco artists' pictures to fabricate a cover picture for one.
I went shopping last Monday, 25/08/14.
The Warehouse had some new titles in.
I went mad.
6x 10 CD boxes @ $20 each, all 40's-60's American, lots of names I've never heard of, which in this context is a good!
1x 3 CD box @ $10 each, seems to be 3 separate 2000's Flamenco CDs repackaged. Modern but traditional, not "Fusion" diluted stuff.
63 CDs at $130 = $2.06 each.
I will probably already have maybe up to 20% of these tracks, but at that price WTF, or "dafuq?" as I saw in Urban Dictionary recently :-)
Now the question arises: How do I find out what of this music I already have?
I am an extremely intelligent, witty and fascinating guy.