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4.95 | 11 ratings | 3 reviews | 82% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1
1. Sé de un lugar
2. Quiero contarte
3. En el lago
4. Rumor
5. Abre la puerta
6. Una noche de amor desesperada
7. Luminosa mañana
8. Recuerdos de una noche
9. Una historia
10. Hijos del agobio
11. Hasta volver
12. Recuerdos de Triana

CD 2
1. Tu frialdad
2. Señor Troncoso
3. Cae fina la lluvia
4. Sentimiento de amor
5. De una nana siendo niño
6. Diálogo
7. Desnuda la mañana
8. Necesito
9. Sombra y luz
10. Un nido en mi ventana
11. Del crepúsculo lento nacerá el rocío
12. A través del aire

1. Recuerdos de una noche
2. En el lago
3. Todo es de color
4. Señor Troncoso
5. Una historia
6. Quiero contarte
7. Abre la puerta
8. Tu frialdad
9. Hasta volver
10. Qué voy a hacer con tu sonrisa
11. Corre
12. Una noche de amor desesperada
13. Luminosa mañana

Line-up / Musicians

- Jesus DeLaRosa / vocals
- Juan Jose Palacios / drums, vocals
- Eduardo Rodriguez / guitar, vocals

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(82%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(9%)
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Review by erik neuteboom
5 stars This is the best progrock you can get from Spain ! Triana was the most pivotal band that blended symphonic rock and flamenco, the ethnic music from the Andalusian gypsies. Their first album "El Patio" is a classic, the second is good but from the third the albums gradually sounded less symphonic and more as polished rock. Nonetheless the Spanish people loved their music and Triana became the most popular rockband in the Spanish rock history, they often played for massive crowds and most their albums got the platinum status! Unfortunately in '83 band member Jesus De La Rosa died in a car accident and Triana was no longer. They released a lot of compilation albums, this one contains two discs with 24 tracks (many from their best three albums) and for the first time a DVD. That DVD is a 55 minute documentary with footage from several TV music programs like Mundo Pop, Ahora, Popgrama (beautiful scene in a Morish palace) and Aplauso (from '74 until '81). Most of the 13 songs are interrupted by commentary from the band members, people who worked with Triana and who are influenced by Triana, like a musician from Ketama, the known 'new flamenco movement'. This DVD (13 songs, most are long excerps) gives a good impression from the innovative and exciting sound from Triana: propulsive flamenco solo - and rhythm guitar, howling electric guitar (great double-neck guitar), warm string-ensemble, distinctive Fender Rhodes piano, slow Moog synthesizer runs, lots of Banks-like organ play and great Andalusian vocals (expressive and a bit wailing). Some songs from the later period sound a bit polished (like "Corre") but in general this DVD shows a stunning and very talented band that delivers music that has a perfect balance between emotions and skills and electric - and acoustic music. If you are up to discover the wonderful world of flamenco this historical document is a splendid Christmas gift.

Feliz Navidad y un prospero ano nuevo para todos los aficionados de Triana, el grupo numero uno!

Review by NotAProghead
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5 stars I'm not a fan of compilations, but this one is simply excellent. Six of seven songs from TRIANA's best album, ''El Patio'', and really best tracks from their other albums (1975 - 1983 period) make this 2CD + DVD set a very good starting point to the music of one of the greatest bands from Spain. Listen and decide whether you need all or at least some of their studio albums (personally, I prefer to have them all).

The movie on DVD gives you a good possibility to see the band live and introduces you to TRIANA history. There are no English subtitles, but most things are understandable for non-Spanish speakers without translation. Up to date it is the only available, at least officially, TRIANA's video, don't miss your chance!

Highly recommended to both fans and newcomers.

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5 stars 'More Rock Andaluz Extravaganza!' This is the Holy Grail of the Spanish progressive rock, a very comprehensive box set featuring a 2-CD compilation and a DVD from Triana, the band that speerheaded the Rock Andaluz move ... (read more)

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