Flamenco

The Tragically Hip

About Flamenco

"Flamenco" is a song by Canadian rock group The Tragically Hip. It was released in January 1997 as the fourth single from their fifth studio album, Trouble at the Henhouse. The song peaked at number 12 on Canada's RPM Singles Chart.


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1996
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Does it diminish your
Super-capacity to love

Walk like a matador,
Don't be chicken-shit
And turn breezes into rivulets

Flamenco-sweep the air
And weave the sun
And stamp your feet for everyone

Does it exhibit your
Natural tendency to hate

Maybe a prostitute
Could teach you
How to take a compliment

Maybe I'll go to New York,
I'll drag you there
You said, "no one drags me
Anywhere"

Does it diminish your
Super-capacity to love

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The Tragically Hip

The Tragically Hip, often referred to simply as The Hip, was a Canadian rock band from Kingston, Ontario, that was active between 1983 and 2016. The band was made up of Gordon Downie [1964-2017] (lead vocals and guitar), Paul Langlois (guitar), Rob Baker (guitar, known as Bobby Baker until 1994), Gord Sinclair (bass) and Johnny Fay (drums). The band released 12 studio albums, two live albums, 1 EP, and 54 singles. Nine of their albums reached No. 1 in Canada. They received numerous Canadian Music awards, including 16 Juno Awards. The band's final album and tour were in 2016, following Downie being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in December, 2015. more »

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Written by: Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Joseph Paul Langlois, Robert Baker, Robert Gordon Sinclair

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10 facts about this song

Release Date
"Flamenco" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, released in 1996.
Album
It was featured on the band's fifth studio album, "Trouble at the Henhouse."
Chart Performance
"Flamenco" peaked at number 11 on the Canadian Singles Chart.
Genre
The Tragically Hip are known for their rock music, and "Flamenco" is no exception.
Writing Credits
The song was initially developed by the band's lead guitarist, Rob Baker.
Lyrics
The lyrics of the song, written by lead singer Gord Downie, reflect his unique narrative style with abstract imagery and enigmatic references.
Live Performances
"Flamenco" was a staple of The Tragically Hip's live performances and fan-favorite for years after the release of "Trouble at the Henhouse."
Reception
The song caught the attention of many critics for its slightly different sound compared to the rest of the album.
Musicianship
The song is noted for its subtly complex guitar work, showcasing the band's musical versatility.
Legacy
"Flamenco" remains a celebrated track in The Tragically Hip's discography, representing their unique approach to storytelling through music.

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