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Tumi Album Flamenco
Brisa maƱanera
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Mo Fini

A medium slow nostalgic melody instrumental version referring to emigrants and returning home. The song is about going back home where one's original roots are and where all childhood memories belong. This song is also available in French, English, Persian and Flamenco as well as.

Tumi Album Flamenco
Celos de tu sombra
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Yoandy Castro

A medium fast Flamenco instrumental. The song is rather nostalgic and sad but at the same time builds up a positive energy and inspiration. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available with vocals and in Salsa.

Tumi Album Flamenco
Te quiero junto a mi
Tomezclao, Carlos EStevez, Yusi Gonzalez, Julio Montoro and Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema) feat. Andres Vadin
Yuximy Gonzalez Sanchez

A slow acoustic Flamenco instrumental. The song is rather up-beat and full of positive energy and inspiration. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available in tropical.

Tumi Album Flamenco
Esta vida
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Lyng Chang

A fast Flamenco instrumental. The original version of this tune is in Salsa. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available in tropical version..

Tumi Album Flamenco
Maldicion Gitana
Tomezclao, Julio Montoro, Luis Alberto Vicet Vives(La Crema), Yusi Gonzalez and Carlos EStevez feat. Andres Vadin
Julio Montoro

An uptempo Flamenco instrumental with breaks in-between. Along with its Spanish origins, Gypsy, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. Also available in tropical and salsa.

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