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Pascual Gonzáles and Cantores de Hispalis celebrate their 35th anniversary with this grand anthology of sevillanas, featuring no less than seven of their famous medleys of classics from the genre "suite festiva de éxitos." More than 30 special guests appear on the album, among them Raimundo Amador, David Bisbal, Pastora Soler, Paco Herrera, Manolo Escobar, Pasión Vega, el Arrebato, and many more. Includes the Japanese version of "A Bailar a Bailar," the biggest hit in the history of Andalusian popular music. The CD comes with a DVD of sevillana dancing lessons by bailaora Pilar Astola.

Biography

Genre: Raíces

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Pascual Gonzalez launched his career with the Spanish rock group Cantores de Hispalis, serving as the band's most consistent member for more than 30 years. The group enjoyed an immense amount of popularity, particularly during the 1980s, and released a long list of gold- and platinum-selling albums. When Cantores de Hispalis split up in the mid-‘90s, Gonzalez briefly pursued a...
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La Gran Fiesta de las Sevíllanas, Pascual Gonzalez
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Pop in Spanish, Music, Latino
  • Released: 01 January 2010

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