Flamenco in Paris during the 1930's: Salim Halali and the Arabic-Andalucian sound

The ‘Chanson Marocaine’ was a Moorish-influenced mix of rumbas, tangos and tziganes. These were Spanish and North African sounds which must have spoken to the desire for the exotic amongst Parisians of the time. 

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