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On La Noche Mas Larga, the Spanish vocalist Concha Buika continues to mix genres in effective ways. Buika’s main influence is flamenco, a style that takes no prisoners. But the powerful singer—who was born in Palma de Mallorca to parents from Equatorial Guinea—successfully brings flamenco intensity to more easygoing pop and Latin jazz settings. Noche opens with “Sueno con Ella,” where Buika is accompanied by lively piano from music director Ivan Melon Lewis and chugging percussion. A version of Ernesto Lecuona’s “Siboney,” which has sleek backup vocals and a streamlined horn arrangement, nicely showcases Buika’s vocal skills. Handclaps and scat singing animate the Jacques Brel classic “No Me Quitte Pas.” On “Santa Lucia” by the Argentinean-rooted singer/songwriter Roque Narvaja, Buika lets loose over a cool groove created by Alain Perez’s electric bass and Dafnis Prieto’s intricate drumming. “No Lo Se” features guest guitarist Pat Metheny, who solos in a sensitive manner on the slow-tempo cut. The New York–based Cuban percussionist and singer Pedrito Martinez enlivens “Los Solos.”

Customer Reviews

Beautiful.....

Love her voice.. So much passion in the way she expresses through song....

Buika Is The Real Deal

Had the opportunity to see her last time she was in New York. Rarely do you see someone so passionate on stage! She has a great sense of humor as well :-) This album continues the creative force behind her voice. Nothing out there like her! At first listen, I'm ready to hit repeat and delay the rest of my day.

Love this album

I haven't really heard anyone with such a powerful and unique voice (lately). In some ways she reminds me of Adelle, and Buena Vista, and so many artist from the 50's and 60's, wrapped in one. I purchased the album after hearing her interview on NPR, and can not believe that when she was very young she was told that her voice was ugly, and she was asked not to sing in the choir...the teacher told her she sounded like a dog...but this didn't stop her from pursuing her passion. Just goes to show you...always follow your heart. Thoroughly enjoyed this album, and can't wait to see her live in concert.

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