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Avant folk songwriter Josephine Foster took a brief detour from her own ghostly compositions when she recorded a few albums with the Victor Herrero Band. Anda Jaleo, the first of these albums, was recorded mostly live in the studio and features Foster singing songs from poet Federico Garcia Lorca's 1931 collection of mysteriously beautiful flamenco tunes Las Canciones Populares Espanolas. The 11 songs here brim over with spirit and romance, while Foster's wandering, wavering voice offering up Spanish-sung lyrics over a host of lively foot stomping, handclapping rhythms, castanets, and traditional flamenco instrumentation.

Biografía

Nacido(a): Colorado

Género: Intérprete/compositor

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

As a teen, Colorado-born singer/songwriter/guitarist Josephine Foster honed her vocal skills at weddings and funerals. Her initial career aspirations leaned toward opera, but as she neared her twenties it was the music of Tin Pan Alley and early British folk that became her muse, resulting in a series of demos that would eventually morph into 2000's ukulele-heavy There Are Eyes Above and 2001's collection of children's songs entitled Little Life. She eventually relocated to Chicago, where she spent...
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