Vinyl LP pressing. 2010 album from the Spanish singer/songwriter. The album starts with "Truly", a grand piece of Soul, luminous and fresh like the tunes that are to follow, such as the Afro-Cuban tune "Cuanta Suerte" and the Velvet Underground-influenced "So Sweet". "Tea Time" is lazy Funk lit up by the rhymes of Extremaduran Rapper Isaya Thomas, while "Amame, Mimame", "You Can't Own Me" and "Mbira, Mbira" have taken more than a few sips from the old African well, the latter brilliantly mixing it up with rhythms coming from Extremadura-style flamenco. "Holly Hollywood", "The Love Monk" and "When I Woke Up" do the Funk, Gecko-style, while "Let's Stay Tonight" is a ballad that sounds like a Motown excursion to Jamaica. The finishing touch comes in the form of a nice little Blues ditty, title track, "Gone Down South".
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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