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5 Ratings

Taking romance to a new level

jsa23322332,

If you’re an Armik lover, you will be mad about this new recording! Armik takes romance to a new level here... With every strum of his guitar and every beat of the drum, more love and passion is created. This album can be listened to over and over again. It has you dancing in the clouds, daydreaming about romantic getaways, and falling in love all over again. Every song is special and filled with passion. It’s just an overall fantastic album to have. A must have in your collection of great music.

Awesome

Samraj786,

Another great album from Armik, he doesn't do music videos or concerts i wonder why? but he does make allot of good albums though, so there will be a volume 2 to accompany this album?

One of the most Best Works of Armik

Faram Homapour,

I really love this album but i think the most beautifull album of armik is Amor de Guitarra

About Armik

New flamenco guitarist Armik displayed an interest in and passion for music while still a young child. When he was just seven years old, he pawned his watch for a classical guitar, which he hid and practiced on in the basement. Formal music lessons followed and Armik completed the Rudolph Solphege program in two years; at 12, he was a professional recording artist. While his early career focused mostly on jazz, Armik discovered the beauty and passion of flamenco while visiting and studying in Spain during the '70s. He moved to Los Angeles to pursue this new direction, playing with other artists live and in the studio.

By 1994 he released his solo debut album, Rain Dancer, a critical and commercial success that he followed with 1995's Gypsy Flame. At this point, Armik's reputation as a performer and student of flamenco was such that expert Spanish luthier Pedro Maldonado created an instrument for him, the Rubia; Armik's 1996 album was recorded with and named after it. The following year saw the release of Malaga, and his fifth album, Isla del Sol, appeared in 1999, followed by Rosas del Amor in the spring of 2001. Released in 2002, Lost in Paradise showed him making a sensual and elegant album that offered a different take on his traditional flamenco.

His releases have consistently reached Top Ten positions on Billboard's charts of top-selling new age music, and during the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, two tracks from Armik's recordings were played during the floor exercises to accompany gymnast Daniela Sofronie of Romania. That year, Armik released his first album on his own Bolero imprint, Romantic Dreams. Releases such as Mar de Sueños and the compilation Desires: The Romantic Collection followed, and over the coming decade his output increased dramatically with a new album arriving nearly every year. In addition to more straightforward flamenco releases like 2005's Cafe Romantico and 2012's Casa de Amor, Armik issued several themed records like A Day in Brazil (2008) and Christmas Wishes (2006). A 2014 Greatest Hits collection covered various highlights from the first ten years on Bolero Records, and in 2015 he added a second volume to his popular Romantic Spanish Guitar series. ~ Heather Phares

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