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Album Review

José Luis Figuereo Franco, aka El Barrio, has become one of the most popular and respected flamenco fusion singer/songwriters, with his personal blend of roots flamenco and Andalusian rock. In Espejos, his ninth studio album, El Barrio seems determined to redress the dissension among his fans caused by his latest releases, which saw him veering more toward the rock rather than the flamenco side of the equation. Intended as a return to the spirit of his more traditional early work, Espejos introduces 14 new compositions, characteristically dealing with subjects dear to the singer, such as his region and his youth, as in the first single, "El Viejo Verano." It proved to be just what his audience was waiting for, as Espejos went platinum in a week. The Limited Special Edition adds a lavish photo book.


Formed: 04 June 1970 in Cádiz, Spain

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

José Luis Figuereo Franco, better known as El Barrio (a name he took in tribute to the Santa Maria neighborhood of Cádiz where he was born), is one of a few artists who have pushed 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...
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