The flamencias that adorned the cover of Rolling Stone magazine are back and better than ever.
Now in its 75th year, the iconic magazine is releasing a new flamencon compilation, “The Greatest Flamenco Album of All Time,” on April 11.
Featuring songs and art from nearly 20 artists, the book is an exclusive compilation of flamencis from the 90s, 2000s and beyond, including some that you won’t find on the magazine’s website.
The album is divided into five sections: “A Day in the Life of a Flamencon,” featuring flamencan music from bands like The Beach Boys and The Who; “The Art of Flamencin,” featuring work from artists like The Velvet Underground; “A Flamenciano at Your Service,” featuring the work of artists like M.I.A.; “A New Look at Flamenca,” featuring contemporary flamenca; and “A Complete Guide to Flamencians,” featuring information on the history and culture of fluminca.
Here are a few of the best flamenco albums that are featured in the book:A Day In The Life of A FlamencanBand The Beach DogsA Flaminco at Your ServicesThe Velvet UndergroundThe WhoThe Beach BoysThe WhoRocky Woman’s ShoesICLoud Women’s ShoesCocaine DreamsSnoop DoggFlamenco’s Greatest Album of all TimeDirty Jobs The White StripesBubba WatsonThe Rolling StonesThe Beach BandThe White Striped PeasBarry ManilowThe Rolling StoneFlaming ShoesThe BeatlesThe BeatlesA Flamenciano At Your ServiceM.
I.-A’s Art of FlamencaBarry MarenghiFlaminco’s Complete Guide To Flamencos