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Wed Oct 3, 2018, 09:57 PM

Y NOS DIERON LAS DIEZ - JOAQUN SABINA

Latin, though not American.

Joaquín Sabina is highly regarded in Latin America.


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Reply Y NOS DIERON LAS DIEZ - JOAQUN SABINA (Original post)
Xipe Totec Oct 2018 OP
Judi Lynn Oct 2018 #1
Xipe Totec Oct 2018 #2
Xipe Totec Oct 2018 #3
Judi Lynn Oct 2018 #4

Response to Xipe Totec (Original post)

Thu Oct 4, 2018, 12:23 AM

1. He does have a different accent, doesn't he? I looked up his Wiki to learn he's from Andalusia.

The tone of his voice, and the instrument seem more like French singers to me, for some reason.

Very interesting new musical adventure, for some of us, Xipe Totec! Thank you.

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Response to Judi Lynn (Reply #1)

Thu Oct 4, 2018, 06:02 AM

2. Indeed. His voice and style remind me of Tom Waits. nt

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Response to Judi Lynn (Reply #1)

Sun Oct 7, 2018, 04:25 PM

3. To illustrate Tom Waits/Joaquin Sabina

I loved her so much that, to learn to forget her, it took me 19 days, and 500 nights.










Although the tempo is different, the bohemian theme comes through, and the voice...

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Response to Xipe Totec (Reply #3)

Mon Oct 8, 2018, 07:33 PM

4. Those voices do have a lot in common. I would never have suspected there was another singer

with the impossibly noticeable raspiness in one's voice. Yikes.

Surprised to see one of the men sitting on a Cajon drum box like the ones I've seen in videos of Cuban musicians, and Peruvian, and throughout Latin America. Very interesting!













I noticed Joaquin Sabina and his singers all seemed to have "Flamenco hands," not to be confused with "Jazz Hands."

Thanks for the comparison songs. You do have a point about the Spanish singer.

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