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Diego "El Cigala"

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1
Fuente del Conocimiento (Solea)
00:07:27

Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Composer - Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Lyricist - Niño Josele, Guitar - Javier Limon, Composer - Javier Limon, Lyricist - Javier Limon, Producer - Diego "El Cigala", Performer

(P) 2002 BMG Music Spain, S.A.

2
Mas Oscura Que la Noche (Cante de Levante)
00:05:54

Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Composer - Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Lyricist - Niño Josele, Guitar - Javier Limon, Composer - Javier Limon, Lyricist - Javier Limon, Producer - Diego "El Cigala", Performer

(P) 2002 BMG Music Spain, S.A.

3
No Me Dejaron Ni Verla (Fandangos de Huelva)
00:03:30

Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Composer - Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Lyricist - Niño Josele, Guitar - Javier Limon, Composer - Javier Limon, Lyricist - Javier Limon, Producer - Diego "El Cigala", Performer

(P) 2002 BMG Music Spain, S.A.

4
Tientos del Limon (Tientos - Tangos)
00:08:14

Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Composer - Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Lyricist - Niño Josele, Guitar - Javier Limon, Producer - Javier Limon, Composer - Javier Limon, Lyricist - Diego "El Cigala", Performer

(P) 2002 BMG Music Spain, S.A.

5
Abriendo la Mañana (Bulerias)
00:10:31

Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Composer - Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Lyricist - Niño Josele, Guitar - Javier Limon, Producer - Javier Limon, Composer - Javier Limon, Lyricist - Diego "El Cigala", Performer

(P) 2002 BMG Music Spain, S.A.

6
El Dia Que Yo Muera (Fandangos Naturales)
00:04:14

Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Composer - Ramon Jimenez Salazar, Lyricist - Niño Josele, Guitar - Javier Limon, Composer - Javier Limon, Lyricist - Javier Limon, Producer - Diego "El Cigala", Performer

(P) 2002 BMG Music Spain, S.A.

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