Jerez maintains the flavor of centuries ago and carefully cares for the weight of its history as can be seen with its wines and songs. As a result of this ALBARIZA land, whose richness in organic matter far exceeds that of most agricultural soils, the valued wines of Marco de Jerez are born, impregnating the native with the character of these wines: open personality and special sensitivity. That is why these roots of ancient origins well affect the romantic aspect of flamenco singing by delving into the search for essence and respect for tradition. José Carpio Fernández (Jerez, 1982) resorts to the incorrupt truth of the live performance in the naked expression of his gypsy voice. From the tabanco of the mythical Viña El Majuelo, of the Fundador Winery, the cantaor lets himself be carried away by the cordial and relaxed atmosphere created by the generosity of some thirty friends, family members, colleagues and good fans who come together to listen to him. This is his habitat par excellence, the reunion, the cabal room in which sensations typical of great flamenco afternoons, nights and early mornings flow. His cante, bathed by the freshness of the waters that one day surrounded the San Miguel neighborhood, and perfumed by the fragrance of the fields that peeked out from Santiago, is the result of nature -not without evolution- of the jondo flowing into that ALBARIZA that keeps all the properties of the mystery.
01. They call me the Mijita (Martinetes)
02. Who do I want (Bulerías por soleá)
03. How far I am from you (Malagueñas) To Diego Rubichi
04. The wine comes out of the vine (Bulerías)
05. Old beaches of San Telmo (Tientos-tangos)
06. Don't cry to me anymore (Seguiriya)
07. Limosnita through the streets (Fandangos)
08. To the beat of my people (Bulerias) To Juanillorro
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