Kepa Junkera

Kepa Junkera (born 1965 in Bilbao, Euskadi, Spain) is a Basque musician and composer. A master of the trikitixa, the diatonic accordion, he has recorded more than 10 albums. [1] Junkera won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Folk Album in 2004 for his album K.[2]

Discography

Albums[3][1]

  • Infernuko Auspoa - Kepa, Zabaleta eta Motriku (1986)
  • Triki Up - Kepa, Zabaleta eta Imanol (1990)
  • Trikitixa Zoom (1991)
  • Trans-Europe Diatonique - Kepa Junkera, John Kirkpatrick and Riccardo Tesi (1993)
  • Kalejira Al-buk (1994)
  • Lau Eskutara - Kepa Junkera and Julio Pereira (1995)
  • Leonen Orroak - Kepa Junkera and Ibon Koteron (1996)
  • Bilbao 00:00h (1998) Alula Records
  • Tricky! (2000)
  • Maren (2001)
  • K (2003)
  • Athletic Bihotzez (2004)
  • Hiri (2006)
  • Etxea (2008)
  • Fandango - Provença Sessions (2009)
  • Kalea (2009)
  • Fandango - Habana Sessions (2010)
  • Beti Bizi (2010)
  • Herria (2010)
  • Ultramarinos & Coloniales (2011)
  • Ipar Haizea Kepa Junkera with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Euskadi (2011)
  • Galiza (2013)
  • ”Kepa Junkera & Sorginak – Trikitixaren historia txiki bat/Una pequeña historia de la trikitixa (2014)
  • Kepa Junkera & Sorginak – Maletak (2016)
  • Kepa Junkera - Fok (2017)

References

  1. Allmusic
  2. Gurza, Agustin; Lewis, Randy (2 September 2004). "Sanz a big winner at the Latin Grammys". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  3. Junkera, Kepa; Urdangarin, Iñaki. "Discography". Kepa Junkera Official Site (in English, Spanish, and Basque). Kepa Junkera. Archived from the original on 13 July 2011. Retrieved 31 October 2010.
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