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Cardboard box with 5 CDs, each in cardboard sleeve

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Tracklist

CD 1: El duende flamenco de Paco de Lucía (1972)
# Title Rating Length
1 Percusión flamenca 3:43
2 Barrio la Viña 3:27
3 Doblan campanas 5:46
4 Farruca de Lucía 4:37
5 Tientos del mentidero 3:28
6 Farolillo de feria 4:07
7 De madrugada 3:13
8 Cuando canta el gallo 3:49
9 Punta del faro 3:59
10 Canastera 4:08
CD 2: Fuente y caudal (1973)
# Title Rating Length
1 Entre dos aguas 6:02
2 Aires choqueros 4:16
3 Reflejo de luna 3:54
4 Solera 3:42
5 Fuente y caudal 5:14
6 Cepa andaluza 5:48
7 Los pinares 3:35
8 Plaza de San Juan 3:12
CD 3: En vivo desde El Teatro Real (1975)
# Title Rating Length
1 Alegrías 5:15
2 Tarantas 6:04
3 Granaínas 6:22
4 Zapateado 4:19
5 Soleá 5:20
6 Fandangos 4:17
7 Guajiras 4:56
8 Rumba 8:54
CD 4: Almoraima (1976)
# Title Rating Length
1 Almoraima 5:26
2 Cueva del Gato 5:45
3 El Cobre 3:11
4 A la perla de Cádiz 4:28
5 Ole 4:19
6 Plaza Alta 6:11
7 Río Ancho 4:30
8 Llanos del real 3:38
CD 5: Plays Manuel de Falla (1978)
# Title Rating Length
1 Danza de los vecinos 3:13
2 Danza ritual del fuego 4:25
3 Introducción y pantomima 3:02
4 El paño moruno 1:31
5 Danza del molinero 3:07
6 Danza 3:26
7 Escena 1:27
8 Canción del fuego fatuo 4:08
9 Danza del terror 1:51
10 Danza de la molinera 4:02

Credits

CD 1: El duende flamenco de Paco de Lucía (1972)

Spanish acoustic guitar:
Paco de Lucía (track 1)
composer:
Paco de Lucía (tracks 1–2, 10)
Antonio Sánchez (father of Paco de Lucía) (track 10)
José Torregrosa Alcaraz (tracks 1–2)
conductor:
recording of:
Barrio La Viña (track 2)
Canastera (Canastera) (track 10)

CD 2: Fuente y caudal (1973)

acoustic guitar:
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Paco de Lucía (track 1)
guitar [acompanante]:
Ramón de Algeciras (tracks 1, 7)
composer:
Paco de Lucía (tracks 2–3, 5–7)
Francisco Sánchez Gómez (Paco de Lucía) (track 1)
José Torregrosa Alcaraz (tracks 1–3, 5–8)
is the basis for:
Entre dos aguas (D. Gómez rap over de Lucía's piece) (track 1)
recording of:
Aires Choqueros (Fandangos de Huelva) (track 2)
Cepa Andaluza (Bulería) (track 6)
Entre dos aguas (Rumba) (track 1)
Fuente y caudal (Taranta) (track 5)
Los pinares (Tangos) (track 7)
Plaza de San Juan (Alegría) (track 8)
Reflejo de luna (Granaina) (track 3)

CD 4: Almoraima (1976)

Spanish acoustic guitar:
Paco de Lucía (tracks 1, 3, 7)
Ramón de Algeciras (tracks 1, 3, 7)
composer:
Paco de Lucía (tracks 1–8)
phonographic copyright by:
PolyGram Ibérica, S.A. (not a label but a Spanish record company distributing labels like Polydor, A&M, Mercury etc.) (1976 –) (tracks 1–8)
recording of:
A la perla de Cádiz (Cantiñas) (track 4)
Almoraima (Bulerías) (track 1)
El Cobre (Sevillanas) (track 3)
La Cueva del Gato (Rondeña) (track 2)
Llanos del real (Minera) (track 8)
Ole (Jaleos) (track 5)
Plaza alta (Soleá) (track 6)
Rio ancho (Rumba) (track 7)

CD 5: Plays Manuel de Falla (1978)

guitar:
Paco de Lucía (tracks 1–10)
guitar [2a guitarra]:
Ramón de Algeciras (tracks 1–10)
arranger:
Paco de Lucía (tracks 1–10)
Gregor Piatigorsky (cellist) (track 2)
composer:
Manuel de Falla (Spanish composer) (tracks 1–2, 2–3, 5–9)
Manuel de Falla (Spanish composer) (1914) (track 4)
Manuel de Falla (Spanish composer) (1919) (track 10)
lyricist:
performer:
Grupo Dolores (tracks 2, 5)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Danse espagnole (for violin and piano, Kreisler) (track 6)
Danza de La vida breve (for two guitars, Pujol) (track 6)
Danza del terror (for cello and piano, Piatigorsky) (track 9)
Danza ritual del fuego (for cello and piano, Piatigorsky) (track 2)
El amor brujo, G. 69: II. Danza del terror (for piano solo) (track 9)
El amor brujo: I. Introducción (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
El amor brujo: IX. Escena (catch-all for arrangements) (track 7)
El amor brujo: V. Danza del terror (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
El amor brujo: VIII. Danza ritual del fuego (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
El amor brujo: X. Canción del fuego fatuo (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
Interludio y danza de "La vida breve" (concert piece) (track 6)
La vida breve: Acto II. Danza española (arrangement for cello and piano by Maurice Gendron) (track 6)
La vida breve: Danza española (catch-all for unknown arrangements) (track 6)
Spanish Dance no. 1 from La vida breve (for harp, Grandjany) (track 6)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
part of:
El amor brujo (for symphony orchestra) (tracks 2–3, 7–9)
recording of:
Danza ritual del fuego (for cello and piano, Piatigorsky) (track 2)