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Produced by Chicuelo and Joan Albert Amargós, Coplas del Querer is the love-themed double album from Spanish flamenco vocalist Miguel Poveda, featuring modern interpretations of classic flamenco songs. Released in 2009 as the follow-up to Cante I Orquestra, the album includes renditions of Carlos Cano's "Rocio," Juanita Reina's "En el Ultimo Minuto," and Manolo Caracol's "Companera y Soberana," alongside the two singles, "Vente Tu Conmigo," originally performed by Rafael Farina and a cover version of Concha Piquer's "A Ciegas," which was also featured on the soundtrack to Pedro Almodóvar's Broken Embraces. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: February 13, 1973 in Barcelona, Spain

Genre: Raíces

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The recipient of much acclaim, Catalan flamenco singer Miguel Poveda made a point early on in his career, despite his relative youth, to honor the style's grand musical traditions. Born Miguel Ángel Poveda León in Barcelona on February 13, 1973, Poveda began singing publicly in 1988, accompanying his sister, flamenco dancer Sonia Poveda. He established himself as a rising star within the flamenco community after winning four prizes at the 1993 Festival Nacional del Cante de las Minas in La Unión,...
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Lo Mejor de las Coplas del Querer, Miguel Poveda
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  • Genres: World, Music, Europe
  • Released: Oct 03, 2011

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