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Muchas Flores

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Editorial Reviews


1. Al Son del Sambor
2. Como Quieres Que Te Quiera
3. Agua y Sal
4. Muchas Flores
5. Rosa y Miel
6. Buscame
7. La Casa en el Aire
8. Tuyo Siempre
9. Dejame Ver
10. Diferente

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 23, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony U.S. Latin
  • ASIN: B00028HBSO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,738 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Yuri Orellana on September 30, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Es el cuarto o quinto album de Rosario, y ahora busca un sonido diferente basandose en lo que conoce y sabe que es su musica. No tiene la frescura Jazz de 'De ley,' ni tampo lo flamenco de 'Siento,' pero si busca una identidad muy 'pop' llena de contrastes de todos los Flores. Es un disco con muchos fantasmas: la musica de su padre, la voz de una Lola joven, el sentimiento de las letras de Antonio, un poco de Lolita del principio. Lo bello del album es que Rosario se da cuenta que solo puede llegar a cantar aquello que conoce, el experimento rock de 'Jugar a la locura' fue solo eso, un experimento mas. Ahora, se viste de gitana, se alahaja con sus recuerdos y talentos familiares y deja que su voz, la interna y la del cante, floresca. Hay temas frescos y bullangueros, y otros romanticos llenos de dulzura y sensualidad. Su voz canela seduce.
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This is Rosario's fourth or fifth album, she looks for a new sound based on what she already knows is her music. It does not have the Jazzy freshness of 'De ley,' nor the flamenco of 'Siento,' but it aims towards a pop blend filled with the contrasts of the Flores family. It's a record with lots of ghosts: her late father's music; the young voice of her late mother, Lola; the feeling of her late brother Antonio's lyrics; and a bit of her sister's, Lolita, early work. The beauty of this album is that Rosario realizes that she can only sing about that she knows best, leaves behind the rock 'experiment' of 'Jugar a la locura,' as just that an experiment. Now she dresses herself as a gypsy, jewels herself with her memories and family's talent legacy, and lets her voice -internal and song- blossom. There are songs that are fresh and happy, and others romantic filled with sweetness and sensuality. Her cinnamon voice seduces.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jesus Ortiz on July 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I spend three months looking for this CD and couldn't find it anywhere. I heard one of the songs "Agual y Sal" or Salt and water as it would be called in english in one of the spanish soap-operas I used to see. I absolutely love this song but once I heard the samples of all the other tracks I fell in love with many of them...such as: Rosa y Miel, Al Son del Tambor, Tuyo Siempre, muchas flores, and lets not forget La Casa en el Aire. I'd never heard of Rosario Flores in my life...until then! So, like I was saying...the song of "Agua y Sal" is so special to me. I relate to it completely, and more than poetic is my life right there and then. I recomended this CD to anyone that's a hopeless romantic!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Esta mujer si que sabe de musica. Recordando el talento de la gran Lola Flores, ahora veo que ROSARIO con mucho señorio a capturado la herencia artistica de su familia. Un talento indiscutible. Este disco es estupendo. Se lo recomindo a todos. Even if your first language is not Spanish, this CD will provide sounds that already seems familiar to you. My husband and i absolutely love it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Javier Lopez on January 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Rosario is one of the most important singers in Spain, she was in the biggining famous because of her family (her mother, Lola Flores was one of the famous singers in Spain as well as her father "el pescailla" and her sister Lolita and her brother Antonio) her first album back in the late 80's was a modest hit, but in 1995 she started her good way with her hit "estoy aqui" the song that made her famous out of Spain as a singer, then the following album was also a hit with the hit single "que bonito" a song dedicated to her brother how die only one week after her mother in 1995.
2001 and 2002 had been incredible years for Rosario with her multi-platinum hit album "Muchas flores".
"Muchas flores" brought her, her first Grammy award thanks to hit like: "al son del tambor", "como quieres que te quiera", "agua y sal" and "muchas flores" all this songs were #1's in Spain, because of the big impact of the album that sold 400,000 copies in Spain (incredible sales for Spain because a Gold album is given for 50,000 copies and Platinum for 100,000) the album was also realesed in countries of different languages such as Italy, Germany or France.
Even though the album has been an international hitI like it very much because of the rhytms which are a mix of gypsy music and pop and the lyrics are beautiful.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By guillermoj on April 10, 2004
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Thanks to all Amazoners for your great reviews as yet again I've discovered a great artist totally unknown to me before your collective input. As I know understand Rosario is not a new kid on the block and is the daughter of a very famous flamenco star. Well it seems that the apple does not fall far from the tree.
This CD opens with one of the spiciest singles of recent years titled "El Sol Del Tambor." Rosario sounds great and the production is amazing as she sounds like she's singing right next to you. Next comes "Como Quieres Que Te Quiera," which slows things down to a great midtempo with those classic Spanish guitars providing major atmosphere. "Agua Y Sal" is very seductive and showcases Rosario's unique voice, which sounds very mature yet more current than much of what is out there. She also manages to sound very emotive yet stronger than any of what the world may throw her way. The title song "Muchas Flores" really anchors the CD and it's the catchiest song of the bunch. Again Rosario sounds like she's singing live in a bar being backed by masters. The choruses are out of this world. "Buscame" has a nice bolero feel to it, yet sounds very current. The harmonica interlude is icing on the cake. I think that you get the picture of what I think of this release. It gives me the feeling of an endless summer when everything seems possible.
Although comparisons are sometimes unfair to all, if you have not heard of Rosario and don't know what she sounds like, I would classify her as part Shakira, Gipsy Kings, and all Rosario. I could not recommend this CD any more than I am as it's a winner from beginning to end. Recently I've been drawn to many Spanish artists in both cinema and music so it may be worth noting to some that Rosario appears in Almodovar's gem "Talk To Her.
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