My sister purchased this CD for me on a trip to Spain, because it wasn't available in the U.S. at that time. After its release, it became the top-selling CD in Spain for a while. It's great to see that Amazon has it in stock now.
Antonio Carmona is a very talented gitano (gypsy) singer/musician from Granada, Spain. He rose to popularity in the flamenco fusion group known as Ketama, which was composed of family members. According to flamenco aficionados, he is one of the best percussionists in that genre, known for his prowess on the cajón. He is in great demand as both a singer and percussionist, and he plays on many other artists' albums.
On this, his first solo CD, he plays the guitar and sings a variety of beautiful songs. On some songs, he sings duets with other popular Spanish performers. The absolute best for me is "Para Que Tu No Llores" with the international pop star Alejandro Sanz (I am also a fan of Sanz). However, there are other notable duets, such as "Ay de Ti" with the popular Spanish hip-hop/rap artist Mala Rodriguez.
I like every song on the album, and I would recommend it highly to anyone who likes flamenco fusion or flamenco pop. At 13.99, it's a deal; my sister had to pay about 22 U.S. dollars for it in Spain.