Ojos de Brujo – Barí. Label: Satélite K – KWCD-016, La Fábrica De Colores – LFCCD-001. Format: CD, Album, Carded Sleeve. Track 11, 14th verse: Popular flamenco lyrics. Track 12, instrumental. Track 13 is a remix of "Tahitá" song originally released in their first album. Other (Depósito Legal): B-38640-2002. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.
Ojos De Brujo - Una Verdad Incomoda (Duboffensive Remix) 12. Ojos De Brujo - Nueva Vida (Tony Seal Remix) 13. Ojos De Brujo - Ventilaor R-80 (Empresarios Remix) UrbanWorld Records and Al Lindrum proudly present Ojos de Brujo Reworked, a remix compilation of the music of Grammy award-winning, Spanish flamenco-fusion group, Ojos de Brujo. Throughout the last 10 years, Ojos de Brujo has represented the freshest fusion of flamenco and urban music. By staying true to their Catalan roots, they successfully merge past and present to create a unique sound.
Seeing how popular Ojos de Brujo downloads are I am adding another album, which contains just remixes from their album Bari. DJ Panko is the true member of the band and is presenting these Remezclas de la Casa, which means something like Homemade Remixes.
Ojos de Brujo ("Sorcerer's eyes" in Spanish) is an eight-piece band from Barcelona, Spain formed in 1998. The band describes its style as "hip-hop with a little flamenco", and is comprised of guitarists Ramón and Paco, singer Marina, percussionists Xavi and Max, DJ/keyboard player Panko, t Sergio, and bassist Javi. The band has received several awards, among these the Radio 3 World Music Award for Europe in 2004.
Features Song Lyrics for Ojos De Brujo's Barí album. Ojos De Brujo Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Ojos de Brujo ("Sorcerer Eyes" in English) was a nine-piece band from Barcelona who describe their style as "jipjop flamenkillo" (hip-hop with a little flamenco). The band sold over 100,000 copies of their self-produced Barí album, and has received several awards, among these the BBC Radio 3 World Music Award for Europe in 2004 (having also been nominated in 2003).
Ojos de Brujo is the band in the right place at the right time. Although the group (whose name means "Eyes of the Wizard") previously made a good debut album, Vengue, it featured the lead vocals of Dani, leader of another Barcelona group, Macaco, and it did not have the distinctiveness of Bari, which is in many ways a new beginning. First time through, the song that particularly jumped out was 'Nalta', its strong flamenco elements updated without being.