TRIANA is the most legendary progressive rockband in Spain. Their stunning debut-album was a seminal blend of flamenco and progrock and paved the way to flamenco-inspired progrock in Spain, culminating in bands like AZAHAR, CAI, ALAMEDA, QUALDAQUIVIR, MEZQUITA and MEDINA AZAHARA. The story of TRIANA started in Seville, the beating heart of the flamenco. Jesus de la Rosa (keyboards/vocals) was a known musician in the local music scene and he even had international success with "Los Bravos" and their single "Black Is Black". The trio called themselves TRIANA, named after the most traditional part of the town and they moved to Madrid. With some help they were allowed to record their music in a studio with highly advanced equipment. In '74 "Triana" first released a single titled "Bulerias 5x8" (it became a failure) and then the debut album "El Patio" ('75). Unfortunately their flamenco-progrock did little, eventually the album sold 1000 copies.
Triana Delgado hasn’t listened to anything yet!Hopefully they will soon. Why not recommend some shows to them? Collado Villalba, Spain.
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Triana in the recording studio of their debut album. Tele (left), Jesús de la Rosa (mid, sitting) and Eduardo Rodríguez (right, smiling). Background information. In 1977, Triana released their sophomore album, Hijos del agobio. This album was a bigger commercial success than their debut and was notable for its lyrics which reflected the tense and unstable nature of Spain's political climate at the time. Their third album, Sombra y luz, was released in 1979. Their most experimental album to date, Sombra y luz contained elements of jazz and was certified platinum by the AFYVE. In 1980, Triana released their fourth album, Un encuentro
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Written-By – Alvaro Carrillo