Carmen

Carmen

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TRACK LISTING

CD1
Bulerias a. Cante (song) b. Baille (dance) c Reprise Bullfight
Stepping Stone Sailor Song Lonely House Poor Tarantos Looking Outside (My Window)
a. Theme b. Zonrongo c. Finale Tales Of Spain Retirando Fandangos In Space Reprise

CD2
Viva Mi Sevilla I’ve Been Crying Drifting Along She Flew Across The Room

Purple Flowers Remembrances a. Table Two For One b. She’s Changed
c. Gypsy Girl (Caravan) d. The City e. Time (She’s No Lady
f. People Dressed In Black h. Dancing On A Cold Wind (instrumental) i. Dancing On A Cold Wind (vocal)
j. The Horseman k. She’s Changed (Conclusion)

Bonus Tracks

Quiriquitu - Out On The Street

 

CARMEN was the brainchild of flamenco guitarist and vocalist David Allen and in 1973 the band released
it critically acclaimed progressive rock album 'Fandangos In Space' followed by in 1974 by 'Dancing On A Cold Wind'

By early 1975 the band was opening for JETHRO TULL on their 13 week USA War Child Tour. The
ROLLING STONES then requested they open for them on their next tour BUT 'management' had screwed things up and the band was broke and unable to continuing touring. However they recorded some tracks and ended up producing a third album.

Despite great critical acclaim and rave review from USA and even though 'Hot Producer' Tony Visconti had
produced both the first two albums Carmen broke up in July 1975.

Listed in Record Collector’s Rare Album Guide both albums portray the bands unique fusion of flamenco
and progressive rock.

MUSICIANS
DAVID ALLEN, ROBERTO AMARAL, ANGELLAALLEN, JOHN GLASCOCK, PAUL FENTON, DAVID KATZ,
MARY HOPKIN, CHRIS KARAN, TONY VISCONTI

 

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