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"El Diablo Cojuelo" ("the crippled devil"- a comic novel by Velez de Guevara it says here) (1988) is the debut album of this multi instrumentalist band playing traditional Spanish music. What's pleasant about the combination of flute, lute, dulcimer, fiddle, a whole battery of hand drums and hurdy gurdy is that the tracks differ greatly in arrangement due the sparing use of each instrument on a pass the baton principle. It's not a constant all plunge in and play like the clappers group. Save for one song "Un Soldado Menos" about a soldier lamenting being at war in the month of May (he gets ordered to go home!), it's a purely instrumental album.
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