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Los Hombres de las Praderas y Sus Bordones Calientes (Bonus Version)

Los Delinqüentes & Tomasito

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Andalusian merry gang Los Delinqüentes return to their bulerías roots on this new album, together with a fellow member of the G-5 rumba supergroup, guitarist and singer Tomasito. The entire album re-creates the feel of a house party in a Spanish courtyard, all laughter, banter, and alcohol as good friends perform new songs, instrumentals, and covers, including Bob Dylan's "The Man in Me" and a must-be-heard-to-be-believed flamenco version of the Violent Femmes' "Kiss Off," both sung in Spanish.

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spai

Genre: Latino

Years Active: '00s

Spanish flamenco fusion group Los Delinqüentes made their album debut in 2001 and later overcame the death of a founding bandmember. The comeback album Bienvenidos a la Época Iconoclasta (2009) was their most popular to date, nearly topping the Spanish charts. Founded in 1998 in Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain, the group was originally a duo comprised of teenagers Miguel Ángel Benítez (aka El Migué; vocals, guitar; born on June 20, 1983) and Marcos del Ojo (aka El Canijo; vocals, guitar; born...
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Los Hombres de las Praderas y Sus Bordones Calientes (Bonus Version), Los Delinqüentes
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  • 69,00 kr
  • Genres: World, Music, Latino, Raíces
  • Released: 09 November 2010

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