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Javier Ruibal

Javier Ruibal


Javier Ruibal was born in El Puerto de Santa María, province of Cadiz in southern Spain. His first album, called Duna, was released in 1983. He is highly considered for his vocal talents and for blending different music styles such as flamenco, jazz and Maghreb music and developing a personal brand.He plays the guitar and is usually accompanied by another guitar player, first Antonio Toledo and since around 2000 Tito Alcedo, and occasionally by more musicians like John Parsons, Jorge Pardo or Chano Domínguez. He has frequently played outside Spain; including Algeria, England, West Bank and New York.Ruibal has composed music for several other Spanish artists and famous singers such as Ana Belén or David Broza have sung his compositions. He also appeared on stage together with artists as Pablo Milanés, Joaquín Sabina or Carlos Cano.In 2007, he was awarded the Medal of Andalusia by the autonomous government of Andalusia. In 2009, he was chosen to give the opening address of the Cadix Carnaval celebration.


  • Duna (1983, Hispavox)
  • Cuerpo Celeste (1986, Ariola)
  • La Piel De Sara (1989, Ariola)
  • Pensión Triana (1994, Discos Lollipop)
  • Contrabando (1997, PDI)
  • Las Damas Primero (2001, 18 Chulos)
  • Sáhara (2003, World Music Network)
  • Lo Que Me Dice Tu Boca (2005, 18 Chulos)
  • Pensión Triana - Special Edition (2010, 18 Chulos)
  • Sueno (2011, 18 Chulos)
  • Quedate Conmigo (2013, Lo Suyo)


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