Ojos de Brujo

Members of Ojos de Brujo: Daniel Carbonell, DJ Panko, Francisco Gabas, Javier Martin, Marina Abad, Maxwell Wright, Paco Lomeña, Ramón Giménez, Sergio Ramos, Xavi Turull
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.ojosdebrujo.com/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ojos_de_Brujo

Discography of Ojos de Brujo:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Techarí 14 Audio 2006-05-26 Diquela Records
2 Barí: Remezclas De La Casa - Remixes From "Barí" 6 Audio 2005 World Village
3 Techarí Remixes 9 Audio 2007 Six Degrees Records
4 Sultanas De Merkaillo 4 Audio 2006
5 Barí 13 Audio 2010
6 Techarí 22 Audio 2006 Diquela Records
7 Barí 19 Audio 2003
8 Corriente Vital 10 Años 17 Audio 2010 Warner Bros. Records
9 Techarí 14 Audio 2006
10 Tiempo De Solea 2 Audio 2003 Satélite K
11 Singles & Remixes From Barí 5 Audio 2003 La Fábrica De Colores
12 Aocaná 12 Audio 2009
13 Corriente Vital / 10 Años 13 Audio 2011
14 Aocaná 12 Audio 2009
15 Barí 13 Audio 2012
16 Techarí 14 Audio 2010
17 Techarí 20 Audio 2006
18 Barí 13 Audio 2002
19 Barí 13 Audio 2002 [PIAS] Recordings
20 Girando Barí 24 Audio 2005
21 Techarí 14 Audio 2006
22 Rumba Dub Style 7 Audio 2001
23 Corriente Vital 10 Años 17 Audio 2012
24 Calé Barí 2 Audio 2002

Originally more of a collective than a band, the Barcelona-based flamenco fusion group Ojos de Brujo, which translates to Eyes of the Wizard, came together in the mid-'90s when guitarist Ramon Giménez began playing with likeminded experimental musicians like singer Marina "La Canillas" Abad and percussionist Xavi Turull, trying to find out what kind of sound they could create. In 1999, as an official group, Ojos de Brujo issued their first album, a completely self-produced and self-recorded release, Vengue. With a lineup that consisted of Giménez; Abad; turntablist DJ Panko; percussionists Sergio Ramos, Turull, and Maxwell Wright; and guitarist Paco Lomeña, Ojos de Brujo went on to record (again, all aspects of the process were done by the band) 2002's Barí, which was followed by an extensive world tour. Besides increasing their fan base, the tour also introduced them to other musicians from around the world. These meetings inspired the bandmembers to continue developing their sound, and their next album, 2006's Techarí, saw the inclusion of Cuban trumpet player Carlos Sarduy.

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