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Baila Me (Dance To Me)

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Baila Me (Dance To Me)

Este Mundo album by Gipsy Kings was released Jun 24, 1991 on the Columbia Europe label. Este Mundo CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. First is Baila Me.

In every aspect, "Baila Me" represents everything that makes the flamenco sound so fantastic, and yet it is the more modern approach found within that enables the song to be so unique. The different rhythms that are found throughout the song, combined with the superbly layered guitar sounds are truly like nothing else ever recorded, and though other artists have attempted such a sound, none have done so with this level of brilliance.

Baila Me

The Gipsy Kings consist of two bands of brothers: the Reyes (Nicolas, Canut, Paul, Patchai, Andre) and the Baliardos (Tonino, Paco, Diego). The Reyes and Baliardo boys were the offspring of Spanish gypsy families that had fled into France to escape Spain’s Civil War. They grew up roaming the south of France, working harvests and making music.

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The Gipsy Kings

 

Their music has a particular rumba flamenca style, with pop influences; many songs of the Gipsy Kings fit social dances, such as salsa and rumba. Their music has been described as a place where "Spanish flamenco and Romani rhapsody meet salsa funk".

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Baila Me

 

They became popular with their self-titled first album, Gipsy Kings, which included the songs "Djobi Djoba" , "Bamboleo" and the romantic ballad "Un Amor". The song "Volare" on their fourth album Mosaïque is a rumba version of Domenico Modugno's Italian hit "Nel blu dipinto di blu". The Gipsy Kings were popular in Africa and throughout Europe, as well as in the Middle East.

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The Gipsy Kings

 

The most distinctive aspect of nearly every Gipsy Kings song is the way in which the half-a-dozen guitars all come together as a single sound. One or two guitars do veer off from time to time, creating brilliant sonic contrasts, in both the pace and the mood, one can quickly understand just why the term "flamenco pop" is necessary.

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Flamenco Dancers

 

However, "Baila Me" separates itself from the bands' earlier hits with the amazing punctuation from the horn section, and it is the way in which different factors come together that makes it an amazing and unforgettable musical experience.

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The Gipsy Kings

 

Today the Gipsy Kings still live with their families in the south of France. Still, at heart, they remain Gypsies, the proud descendants of an ancient people who seduced the world with music and dance. On Pasajero, the Gipsy Kings continue their epic musical journey.

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Baila Me

 

Baila Me, lyrics


Cuando sei Maria Dolores
Cuando sei quei mal d`amore
Cuando sei quei mal a su vera
Cuando sei me va al dottore

Baila Baila Baila Baila
Baila Baila Baila me
Esta rumba a ta gitana
Que yo siempre cantare
Pero yo siempre cantare
Pero yo siempre cantare
Esta rumba a ta gitana
Que yo siempre cantare

Que solo vivo enamore te
Que solo vivo enamore te
Me enamore de esta gitana
Que ya se ponga a bailando

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Baila Me

 

Baila Me (Dance to me)


When I met Maria Dolores,
that's when I learned what 'heartache' meant
When I learned what real pain was
that's when I went to see the doctor.

Dance, dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance to me
this gipsy style rumba
that I'll keep on singing forever
But I will keep on singing forever
But I will keep on singing forever
this gipsy style rumba
that I'll keep on singing forever

I live solely in love with you
I live solely in love with you
I fell in love with this gipsy girl
I wish she started dancing right away.
 

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