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Only for completionists (0%). and in 1974 he returns to Spain along with two American musicians,Arthur Volh and Todd Purcell,with the help of whom he records his debut solo album ''A la vida, al dolor''. Notice the guest appearance of Carlos Carcamo of Granada on flutes. The album is an amalgam of Gualberto's studies,an intense trip through the different fields he came in touch with,an eclectic mix of various civilizations,based mostly on Gualberto's flamenco guitar.
This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 122/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist A la vida, al dolor. 1. Canción de la primavera. BPM Profile A la vida, al dolor. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Gualberto.
A la vida: Canción de la primavera (spring song) Canción del agua (water song) Canción de la nieve (Snow song) Canción del arco iris (Rainbow song) Canción de las gaviotas (seagulls song). Al dolor: Terraplén Prisioneros Tarantos (para Jimi Hendrix) Diálogo interior. Last modification: Nov 19, 2016. Por calcular Shipping.
Gualberto was born in 1945 in Sevilla, Spain. His maternal grandfather was a jack-of-all-trades who sung Flamenco, nicknamed Currillo el Calentero. His mother, Pastora Pérez Peral, was an amateur flamenco singer well-regarded by her neighbors. Gualberto entered the Salesians school where his two passions in life were formed: football and music. Returning to Spain he published two solo albums: "A la vida al dolor" ("To life and pain ") and "Vericuetos" ("Loopholes"). In 1976 he spent several months in France and the Netherlands, composing chamber music, which would lead to his next record: "Otros días" ("Other Days"). In 1979 he recorded a fusion album between cante jondo songs (pure flamenco) and sitar called "Gualberto and Agujetas" (included on his 1997 album).
|A La Vida|
|A1||Canción De La Primavera||3:05|
|A2||Canción Del Agua||4:00|
|A3||Canción De La Nieve||3:51|
|A4||Canción Del Arco Iris||3:23|
|A5||Canción De Las Gaviotas||9:56|
|B3||Tarantos (Para Jimi Hendrix)||3:33|
|S-32.645||Gualberto||A La Vida, Al Dolor (LP, Album, Gat)||Movieplay||S-32.645||Spain||1975|
|5046732431||Gualberto||A La Vida, Al Dolor (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Fonomusic||5046732431||Spain||2004|
|LV-010 CD, CD-LV-010, LV-010||Gualberto||A La Vida - Al Dolor (CD, Album, RE)||Lost Vinyl, Lost Vinyl, Lost Vinyl||LV-010 CD, CD-LV-010, LV-010||Spain||1994|
|5046732432||Gualberto||A La Vida, Al Dolor (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Fonomusic||5046732432||Europe||2005|
|5046732432, DIWM - 242||Gualberto||A La Vida, Al Dolor (CD, Album)||Fonomusic, Warner Special Marketing||5046732432, DIWM - 242||Spain||2005|
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