Taos Amrouche “Chants Espagnols Archaiques de La Alberca”

Taos Amrouche “Chants Espagnols Archaiques de La Alberca”

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Taos Amrouche
Chants Espagnols Archaiques de La Alberca
Arion (France) 1972
ARN 34 170 (LP) coated gatefold sleeve.
sleeve : EX(SOC, very slightly wear on corner.)
media : EX-/EX-(light surface noises.)

An album released in 1972 by Taos Amrouche, the first female novelist and singer in North Africa and Algeria, who left several novels and albums in the 1960s and 1970s. With a very simple composition of acoustic guitar and vocals, it features the traditional music of La Alberca, located in the Francian mountains of western Spain, known as one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, with the dry sound of gut guitar and Taos Amrouche's The vibrato in his voice, freely manipulated from low to high registers, invites nostalgia.

A1: Colores, La Del Rio
A4: La Del Marinero

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