Carlos Montoya - Carlos Montoya album downloadPerformer: Carlos Montoya
Title: Carlos Montoya
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Carlos Montoya - Carlos Montoya album download
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Carlos García Montoya (13 December 1903 – 3 March 1993) in Madrid, Spain, was a prominent flamenco guitarist and a founder of the modern-day popular flamenco style of music. He was the nephew of renowned flamenco guitarist Ramón Montoya. He first learned from his mother, "la Tula", and then from a neighboring barber, Pepe el Barbero, .
Carlos Montoya (13 December 1903 – 3 March 1993), a prominent Flamenco guitarist, was a founder of the modern-day popular Flamenco style of music. Carlos Montoya was born in Madrid, Spain, unto a gypsy family, on December 13, 1903. As the nephew of renowned flamenco guitarist Ramón Montoya he seemed to have been born to play Flamenco, but it was his uncle who would be his biggest obstacle, as he refused to teach Carlos the tricks of the trade. He began studying the guitar with his mother and a neighboring barber, Pepe el Barbero, .
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Bolero Mallorquín, 03:53.
This Montoya album easily meets or exceeds that standard. Track 5 "Alegria", alone, at a running time of over 9 minutes, is more than worth the price of this CD. Others tracks of that caliber follow, though not for quite as long. Montoya noticeably "sparks" when he's joined by dancers and singers on stage. The only way to listen to this music is to turn it up more than a bit to bring yourself closer to the reality of a "live" performance. Carlos Montoya is very exciting. Lots of strumming and quick changes in rhythm and tone. I love Sabicas, but I also love Montoya. They are different but both are great masters.
This collection is a wonderful sampling of a man who, quite frankly, should be canonized. Montoya virtually brought the flamenco guitar to the world's doorstep, and on this budget release, you have nine reasons why he is so widely heralded. His playing on "Zambrilla" is one of feeling and definition, and when he fills in the melody with some beautifully irreverent fills and solos, you instantly realize why this man is indeed one of the masters of the craft.
|A1||Nana Del Gitanito||3:15|
|A2||Madrid 1800 Medley||3:25|
|A2a||Agua Azucarillos Y Aguardiente|
|A2b||Donde Vas Con Manton De Manila|
|B2||Potpourri Regional Medley||6:05|
|B3||Solea Por Medio||2:50|
|B4||Cante De Sevilla (Petenera)||4:25|
- Engineer – Bob Simpson
- Liner Notes – Leonard Raphael
- Producer – Marty Gold
|LPM-2251||Carlos Montoya||Carlos Montoya (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-2251||Canada||1960|
|LPM-2251||Carlos Montoya||Carlos Montoya (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-2251||US||1960|
|430.345, LPM. 2251||Carlos Montoya||Carlos Montoya (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA, RCA||430.345, LPM. 2251||France||1960|
|FTP-1044||Carlos Montoya||Carlos Montoya (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel)||RCA Victor||FTP-1044||US||1960|
|LSP-2251||Carlos Montoya||Carlos Montoya (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-2251||US||1960|