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El Barrio - Hijo del Levante (2014)

22-10-2014, 17:35
Music | World | Latin | Pop

El Barrio - Hijo del Levante (2014)

Artist: El Barrio
Title Of Album: Hijo del Levante
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Concert Music Entertainment
Genre: Latino, Pop
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:03:00
Total Size: 145 mb

01. Hijo del Levante
02. He Vuelto
03. Sr. Zapatones
04. Amada Mía
05. Adiós Amor
06. Toreando al Destino
07. Buenas Noches Amor
08. De Lobo a Cordero
09. Cuando el Río Suena
10. Vendimias Moras
11. Donde Se Esconde el Miedo
12. Un Repasito
13. Santa María
14. Cántame Amor
15. Memorias del Alzheimer

Jose Luis Figuereo, better known as El Barrio (a name he took in tribute to the Santa Maria neighborhood of Cadiz where he was born), is one of a few artists pushing the borders of flamenco both farther and wider. "My music sounds like flamenco, because I am a flamenco man, but people mustn't get mixed up saying the music I make is flamenco." Influenced by the Andalusian rock scene, El Barrio argues that his musical path is closer to artists like Triana, Alameda, Medina Azahara, and Cai than traditional flamenco. That said his past is certainly steeped in flamenco tradition. Before gaining any notoriety as a vocalist, he was a guitarist playing in the restaurants and bars of Madrid and Cadiz, embarking on a performance career even before his teen years. After his debut solo record in 1996, El Barrio recorded regularly and to consistently positive reviews, if not impressive sales. His audience knows him not only as an expert musician, but a poet as well, paying utmost attention to the lyrical content of his music, which is not a trait typical of flamenco artists. His 2006 release Playas de Invierno for the Senador label is easily found and accessible even to stateside audiences. El Barrio continued his prolific career with chart topping 2007 record La Voz de Mi Silencio and released Duermevela in 2009. The latter of the two pushed the boundaries of flamenco fusion and incorporated an increased amount of rock into his evolving sound. Figuereo’s 2011 record Espejos returned to the roots of his blend of flamenco and Andalusian rock to his fans delight, with single “El Viejo Verano” showcasing his poetic lyrics and traditional flamenco heritage

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