El Puchero del Hortelano
Andalusian band El Puchero del Hortelano (the farmer’s stew pot) belongs to the new generation of mestizo groups that has been developing throughout Spain. The group was formed by music students at the University of Granada. The group attracted the attention of music fans and critics and went on to win several regional contests.
On their latest CD, Harumaki, El Puchero del Hortelano’s sound is clearly rooted in Flamenco and Andalusia folk, although you can also find elements of rock, American folk, rapping, ska, Balkan fiddle and jazz.
The lyrics are fun and irreverent, but at the same time full social criticism. The music includes Flamenco styles such as alegrias and gypsy rumbas as well the popular dance known as sevillanas, which is usually danced during the Sevilla and Jerez fairs.
This cooking pot is making a very tasty Flamenco stew.
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