|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rumba Argelina||14||Audio||1996-05-20||World Circuit|
|3||Cruzando El Río||11||Audio||2001-03-19||World Circuit|
|9||Cruzando El Rio||11||Audio||2000||Nonesuch|
|12||Rumba Argelina||14||Audio||1994||World Circuit|
|15||Cruzando El Río||11||Audio||2001||World Circuit|
RADIO TARIFA was created at the end of the 80s by three musicians: Fain S. Dueñas, percussions, guitars and arrangements, Benjamin Escoriza, singer and lyrics writer, from Granada, and Vincent Molino, in the wind section.
Produced by [a748574] in his studios, [l=El Agujero], and released in 1993, "Rumba Argelina" was presented as an eclectic work with Arabic, Oriental, German Medieval, old Andalucian music and some themes composed by Fain with lyrics written by Benjamin Escoriza. This first CD included also Flamenco and Andalucian Folk songs. Next albums have gone more deeply into the mixture between traditional and world music.
In 2006 they announced that we were "taking a break for an indefineted period of time"...
- Rumba Argelina (1993)
- Temporal (1996)
- Cruzando el Río (2000)
- Fiebre (Live) (2003)