Radio Tarifa Temporal
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- by Radio Tarifa ~ Rumba Argelina ~ $16.19
- Released: April 21, 1998
- Label: Nonesuch
- 1.La Tarara
- 2.Las Cuevas
- 3.Cancion Sefardi
- 4.Baile de Almut
- 6.Tangos de la Condicion
- 9.El Mandil de Carolina
- 10.Vestido de Flores
Personnel: Benjamin Escoriza (vocals); Fain S. Duenas (guitar, banjo, bouzouki, keyboards, bass guitar, pandeiro); Ramiro Amusategui (oud); Javier Paxari¤o (bansuri); Vincent Molino (ney, oboe, crumhorn); Jaime Muela (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Javier Colina (double bass); Peter Oteo (bass guitar); Sebasti n Rubio (bongos); Joaqu¡n Ruiz (dancer).
Audio Mixer: Fain S. Duenas.
Recording information: Audiotecnica SL. Madrid.
Director: Fain S. Duenas.
Photographer: Javier Salas.
Unknown Contributor Role: Fain S. Duenas.
Arranger: Fain S. Duenas.
Started around 1990, Radio Tarifa is a Spanish ensemble that has come into its own as a purveyor of pan-Mediterranean musical styles from across time. With a penchant for traditional gypsy pieces from Persia, North Africa, and their homeland, Radio Tarifa provides musical proof of the continuity of gypsy music throughout the world (a fact explicated in the film Latcho Drom with equal effectiveness). For their second release, Temporal, the ensemble concentrates on traditional material from Iberia, with pieces culled from Galician, Andalucian, Castilian, and Flamenco culture. Reflecting the distinctly Middle Eastern influence -- via Moorish culture -- in Spanish music, many of the cuts here feature such Persian, Arabic, and North African instruments, including the tar lute, ney flute, and derbouka clay drum. The group also use Greek and Indian instruments, not to mention both medieval and modern devices like the crumhorn wind instrument, organ, and electric bass. This rich mix is topped off by some excellent vocal performances. Another fine title in the group's small but stellar catalog. ~ Stephen Cook
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