Flamenco Rock
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Flamenco Rock

Flamenco rock or Andalusian rock is a rock music subgenre that emerged from (but is not limited to) the Spanish region of Andalusia throughout the late 1960s[1] and early 1970s. There were some precedents like a couple of albums (Rock encounter (with Joe Beck) and The Soul of Flamenco and the Essence of Rock) by Sabicas, a couple of singles (El garrotn / Tangos de Ketama and Ni recuerdo ni Olvido) by Smash, Gong, Galaxia, Flamenco or even the American band Carmen. However, Triana was recognized as a pioneer of the genre since their music focuses on a complete fusion of the progressive rock and flamenco. Many bands that mix progressive and symphonic rock with flamenco followed them such as Imn Califato independiente, Cai, Guadalquivir, Alameda or Mezquita; that's why the term Andalusian rock may be understood simply as flamenco prog. Medina Azahara turned from progressive to a hard rock outfit in the 1980s and they remain as one of the most popular flamenco rock bands in its home nation. Also other flamenco-influenced styles of rock emerged like the flamenco-folk band Veneno, flamenco-jazz-blues band Pata Negra among other bands that melted flamenco with African, reggae or Latin rhythms.[2]

References

  1. ^ Carrasco, Diego (1977). Rock de aqu. Historia del rollo celtibe;rico. Vibraciones Extra (in Spanish). Iniciativas Editoriales S.A., Barcelona,. pp. 7-9. 
  2. ^ Simonis, Damien (2007). Spain. Lonely Planet. Retrieved 2016. 



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