From St. Louis To Seville (LP, Album, Mono). RCA Victor, RCA Victor.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from From St Louis To Seville (2014) by Carlos Montoya. This album has an average beat per minute of 126 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 91/149 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist From St Louis to Seville.
Background information. Carlos García Montoya. 13 December 1903 (1903-12-13) Madrid, Spain. He adapted flamenco to other genres of music to create his own recognizable style, becoming an international star. However, his style was not particularly appreciated by some serious flamenco students, who considered it less traditional than many others. From St. Louis to Seville.
Album: Carlos Montoya. Louis to Seville, The Incredible Carlos Montoya. Louis to Seville, The Incredible Carlos Montoya: Best 2 songs. Barry Galbraith, Carlos Montoya, Milt Hinton, Osie Johnson - Zambrilla 03:44. Barry Galbraith, Carlos Montoya, Milt Hinton, Osie Johnson - La Canción Del Olé 03:06. Album: Carlos Montoya. Carlos Montoya: best 2 tracks. Carlos Montoya - Malagueña Spanish Guitars: Carlos Montoya, 2013 04:15.
From St. I have a vintage Jose Greco album "Flamenco Fury", released by MGM, by which I rate all other flamenco. 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.
carlos montoya, carlos montoya malaguena 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 A few of his video recordings can still be found on YouTube. Spanish Guitar Solos. From St Louis to Seville. Carlos Montoya and His Flamenco Guitar. Louis to Seville, The Incredible Carlos Montoya, 2014. Osie Johnson, Carlos Montoya, Milt Hinton, Barry Galbraith - St. Louis Blues (Opening) 07:21. Osie Johnson, Carlos Montoya, Milt Hinton, Barry Galbraith - Blues in the Night 03:39. Carlos Montoya - St. Louis Blues (Closing) 02:54. All songs from Carlos Montoya. Carlos Montoya - Flamenco Fury, 2013. St. Louis Blues 02:52. Louis Blues 07:21. All songs from Flamenco Fury. Carlos Montoya - Live in Concert, 2013. Louis Blues 07:21 The Very Best of Flamenco Guitar. Louis Blues 02:24 L'incroyable Carlos Montoya.
|A1||St. Louis Blues||7:12|
|A2||Rain On The Roof||2:28|
|A3||Blues In The Night (My Mama Done Tol' Me)||3:37|
|A5||Aue Será, Será||2:26|
|B3||Tango De Los Ojos Negros (Tanguillo De Cadiz)||2:45|
|B4||Antonio Vargas Heredia||5:01|
|B5||La Canción Del Ole||3:03|
NotesOriginally recorded at Studio A in New York City on November 3rd, 1958. First mono release in 1959.
Unknown when this stereo pressing was reissued.
Contains black and white Capitol Records "Duophonic" and "Dimensional Stereo" advertisement sleeve.
|LPM-1986||Carlos Montoya||From St. Louis To Seville (LP, Mono, RE)||RCA Victor||LPM-1986||US||Unknown|
|LPM-1986, LPM 1986||Carlos Montoya||From St. Louis To Seville (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LPM-1986, LPM 1986||US||1959|
|LSP 1986, LSP-1986||Carlos Montoya||From St. Louis To Seville (LP, Album)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LSP 1986, LSP-1986||Canada||1959|
|LPM-1986 - LPVC - 30||Carlos Montoya||From St. Louis To Seville (LP, NUE)||RCA Victor||LPM-1986 - LPVC - 30||Colombia||Unknown|
|LSP-1986||Carlos Montoya||From St. Louis To Seville (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-1986||US||1959|