Buika y Javier Limónen en Buenafuente: Oro Santo -‘Mujeres de Agua’

 

Buika Oro Santo and Javier Limónen in Buenafuente: Oro Santo

En la penumbra
De esta noche divina y prieta
Sobre la tundra
Que puebla mi alma siempre despierta

Se oye un lamento como preludio de las horas muertas
Horas que pasan con la agonía de una muerte lenta
Vuelve el silencio a vestirme de oro mi santo
Vuelve el recuerdo de mis abuelas a hacerme fuerte en la
espera
Vuelven los discos que me enseñaron a adorar la música
Volvió mi padre después de veinte años
Ay si tu volvieras…

Si tu volvieras te vestiría de oro mi santo
Callaría las cosas para que tu puedas oír mi canto
desesperado
Sí tu volvieras te vestiría de oro mi santo
Callaría las cosas para que pudieras oír mi canto
desesperado…

Si tu volvieras te vestiría de oro mi santo
Callaría las cosas para que pudieras oír mi canto
desesperado
Si tu volvieras te vestiría de oro mi santo
Que se pare el mundo para que tu puedas oír mi canto
desesperado…

Bio

Concha Buika: the outspoken queen of flamenco fusion

Strangely, for a woman with such a unique singing style, Concha Buika’s voice is not her most difficult feature to convey in print. It’s her laugh. Deep and dirty, sonorous and soulful, it ebbs and flows, constantly interrupting the conversation. And it comes when you least expect it. The queen of flamenco

Buika is a singer, poet, composer and music producer. Her music draws on a wide range of influences, from jazz and flamenco to pop, soul and African polyrhythm. She began her career as a drummer and bassist, turning to singing only because “in Spain nobody wanted a female drummer, and I got tired of hearing no, no, no.” Buika then gained fame singing coplas in Madrid nightclubs in the late 1990s. She has been compared to Nina Simone

Buika – Jodida pero contenta

 

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