Isn't that wild that we have the same name? :-) Yes, there are tons of flamenco guitar recordings. It all depends on what you like. For the hardcore person, you might want the whole thing, dance, instruments, and cante (singing). My favorites are Paco de Lucia, Tomatito, and Vicente Amigo.
Here's something like that:
Some people like "flamenco light", aka flamenco nuevo. This is really more latin-american based stuff that's mostly light instrumentals, like Ottmar Liebert and all that, not really flamenco but pleasant to listen to if you're eating in a restaurant.
Let me know if you'd like more info, specific recommendations, etc.
So far my frags are oil-based rather than spray, and use fragrance and essential oils. I've got about 30 so far, I'm big on resins and spice, so orientals are a favorite.
What are some of your favorite perfumes?
Hey, Dave. My name is David too. No, I'm not from Brazil. I was born in California to a Spanish mother and a Portuguese father (not Brazilian.)
Are their recordings available flamenco guitar music? I'm a huge flamenco fan, as well as a fan of bossa nova.
I'd like to hear about the perfumes you make. Feel free to message me anytime.