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The Flamencos of Cadiz Bay (Bold Strummer Flamenco Series)

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    Gerald Howson(Author)

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This work deals with flamenco music and musicians.

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  • PDF | 264 pages
  • Gerald Howson(Author)
  • The Bold Strummer; New edition edition (Nov. 1994)
  • English
  • 10
  • Music, Stage & Screen

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  • By Mr. Michael Smith on 1 April 2013

    I was offered a copy of the original hardback version in 1971. The Bristol Spanish Guitar Centre were selling the book half-price to try to reduce their stock (I don't think it was selling very well at the time), but in those days I didn't have a lot of knowledge about flamenco, and even less about what it was like in its heartland of Andalucia. I decided not to buy the book then.It was only in the 1980's that I started taking a real interest in flamenco - learning to dance and play flamenco guitar - and this book was recommended to me by the late K Boundy (El Osito). Osito gave me such a romantic view of the old flamenco way of life that I thought it was about time to read the book. Alas, by that time it was out of print, and I never got around to finding a second-hand copy or ordering it from the library.Luckily the book has been reprinted and, although it is not the same as having the original hardback, the words still bring alive the life of flamenco at that time. I think everybody interested in flamenco should read it, and I can't do more than agree with Paul Magnussen's review below.

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