Third album by the singer Eva Cortés, the bet of the multinational firm Universal regarding the Spanish vocal jazz. His previous work, ''Como Agua Entre Los Dedos'' ("Like water through our fingers") was also published by the said company. And the own jazz fusion of this artist is making a significant gap between the most interesting and promising the jazz scene in Spanish.
A very fantastic story about a robber (Hector) and a magitian (Maria). Once they were lovers, but he left her. One fine day they reenccount and become lovers again. She takes him appart from the 'bad road' and they then work as child party's magitians. One day, while she was away in a bussines trip, her car cracks up in the middle of the highway, during a storm. She is picked up by an mental hospital's bus that takes her there. Now she cannot get out because everyone thinks she is mental sick.
Leo Macias writes sentimental novels with great success but hidden under a pseudonym, Amanda Gris. She is unhappy with her professional life and with her husband, a soldier working in Brussels and Bosnia that is never at home. She will try anything to change her life.
Tercer disco de la cantante Eva Cortés, la apuesta más firme de la multinacional Universal en lo que respecta al jazz vocal español. Su anterior trabajo, “Como agua entre los dedos”, también fue editado por la susodicha transnacional. Y es que la personal jazz fusión, de esta artista está haciéndose un notable hueco entre las propuestas más interesantes y prometedoras del panorama jazzístico en español…
Album released by the flamenco singer José Sánchez Gómes (Algeciras, 1945), aka 'Pepe de Lucía ', brother of the guitarists Paco de Lucia and Ramon de Algeciras. After years he shared with them, Pepe began a solo career, as he has brought major success getting a Grammy for Best Flamenco Album in 2003. This album was dedicated to his father. The album is rich with collaborations like Antonio and Josema Carmona (Ketama), Enrique Soto and José Soto 'Sorderita', Alejandro Sanz, Vicente Amigo, Moraíto Chico, Juan Manuel Cañizares, Jorge Pardo, Carles Benavent and even his own brother Paco de Lucia.