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Born in 1972 into a family from Equatorial Guinea, Concha Buika grew up alongside a Gypsy community on the Spanish island of Majorca.

Hailed by the Spanish and European press as a new flamenco star, and a remarkable newcomer on the world music scene, she is blessed with a remarkable voice described as a blend of Tina Turner, Lola Flores and Sarah Vaughan.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars stepping out or stepping in? 9 Dec 2008
By Cen (of Barbi & Cen) - Published on
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this is unlike her last 2 solo outings [the first is on order]. actually it's all over the place. if you have heard her before, the first 3/4 is a shocker as she sings jazz standards in english in a way i had to double check to make sure the right disc was put in the packaging. rather than her deep smokey, raspy voice, she exhibits a high ranged perky, skatty voice that, at times is reminiscent of a turbocharged diana krall. at times, she jousts with mallorcan pianist, Jacob Sureda, the sole accompanist. these arrangements are sparse and upbeat, jumpy at times to the point i couldn't get the song until second listening. a challenging but rewarding album. i suspect they will work their way into me over time.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unique 19 May 2010
By Jason Argonaut - Published on
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I was turned onto Concha's uniquely expressive voice, musicality, and unerring taste a few weeks ago and, I warn you, she's addictive. She sings the music that moves her, whether it's (jazzy) American standards, Mexican rancheras, flamenco or Spanish coplas, and manages to slip into the skin of each style and make the song her own. Just her rendition of Misty on this disc makes me want to hear her do a whole album of American standards (even with the occasional mishits on the English). Jazz purists might not be persuaded (I hear gospel and soul/r&b influences, although without the showy vibrato), but I find her covers powerful (and the lady can scat), musically sensitive, thoughtful, and expressive (but without histrionics). Jacob Sureda's piano accompaniment is assured, sensitive, pared down, and winning. There's variety in musical selection on this disc (including a flamenco song and what sounds like a song inspired by Concha's parents' African homeland, Equatorial Guinea, an often-overlooked Spanish-speaking country in central Africa), as there is on everything Concha does. Her Niña de fuego (more flamenco, but with an extraordinary cover of the Mexican ranchera classic Volver, volver) and Ultimo trago (Afrocuban jazz arrangements of mainly Mexican rancheras and Spanish coplas) discs are also uniformly excellent. The arrangements and accompaniment invariably highlight rather than overwhelm the extraordinary voice, offer fresh angles on standards, and bring out something essential in the music and lyrics.

This Spanish diva is special.
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 14 July 2014
By hector vidal duenas - Published on
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A unusual voice for Flamenco music
5.0 out of 5 stars Most Excellent 13 Sep 2013
By Sergio Colina - Published on
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Great music and style. Nice to hear a rapsy voice with a different flare! I recommend this CD. Enjoyed it very mucho!
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