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Medina Azahara

Medina Azahara
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Spain
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Medina Azahara is a Spanish rock group, one of the most promoinent of the "Andalusian rock" movement. The band was formed in 1979 in Cordoba, Andalusia, by Manuel Martinez (vocals), Paul Rabadan (keyboards), Manuel S. Molina (bass), Jose A. Molina (drums), and Miguel Galan (guitar). Over the years, the band has carried on, with only Martinez remaining from the original lineup.
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http://www.medinazahara.net
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Releases on file (4)
Medina Azahara — Andalucía Medina Azahara — Andalucía
(CBS 85972, 1982, LP)
Medina Azahara — La Esquina del Viento / Andalucía Medina Azahara — La Esquina del Viento / Andalucía
(Sony Music COL 480894 2, 1982/1995, CD)
Medina Azahara — La Esquina del Viento Medina Azahara — La Esquina del Viento
(CBS S-84948, 1981, LP)
Medina Azahara — Medina Azahara (AKA Paseando por la Mezquita) Medina Azahara — Medina Azahara (AKA Paseando por la Mezquita)
(CBS COL 32146, 1979/1994, CD)

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