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Camaron De La Isla

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El Camarón de la Isla (born December 5, 1950, San Fernando, Spain; died July 2, 1992, Badalona, Spain), stage name of flamenco singer José Monje Cruz but is sometimes also credited as José Monge Cruz. His uncle José nicknamed him Camarón (Spanish for "Shrimp") because he was blonde haired and fair skinned. At the age of eight he began to sing at inns and bus stops with Rancapino to earn money. At sixteen he won first prize in the Festival del Cante Jondo in Mairena de Alcor.

Albums Camaron De La Isla

27 played on Radionomy

  • Camarón La Película

  • Como El Agua

  • Castillo De Arena

  • Vivire

  • Potro De Rabia Y Miel

  • Flamenco Vivo

  • Son Tus Ojos Dos Estrellas

  • Cada Vez Que Nos Miramos

  • La Leyenda Del Tiempo

  • "Una Leyenda Flamenca"

  • Calle Real

  • Al Verte Las Flores Lloran

  • Arte Y Majestad

  • Camarón Reencuentro ( Edición Slidepac)

  • Canastera

  • Disco De Oro

  • Soy Caminante

  • Antologia

  • Camarón: Reencuentro (CD+DVD)

  • Tangos Extremeños

  • La Leyenda Del Tiempo (Remastered - Ed. Digipack)

  • Caminito De Totana

  • Camarón En La Venta De Vargas

  • Pa Saber de Camaron

  • Paris 1987

  • Autorretrato

  • Soy Gitano