The art of Lola Flores was premature: at the age of four, she and she raised applause and olés from the clients while she tapped on the bar of the tabanco that her father ran. She debuted at sixteen in the theater and a year later in the cinema, she did not take long to sneak into our hearts, captivating us with her charisma, her naturalness and her passionate way of living. P>
Because Lola Flores lived as she wanted: without scripts, without barriers, free and brave . Sete González draws an enthusiastic tribute to her talent for art and for her life, brimming with temperament, self-confidence, and joy, like the Pharaoh. P>
Pages: 152 Format: 20 x 24 cm Binding: Hardcover
· SHRIMP · Sete González
Her voice torn from hers changed the history of flamenco. José Monje Cruz , Camarón , began to display his gift when he was just a child and came to conquer audiences in Paris and New York. Restless, passionate, magnetic, his art grew unstoppable and revolutionary. From his birth in San Fernando (Cádiz) until his early death, through his stay in Madrid, his time with Paco de Lucía, his wedding with La Chispa, his work with Tomatito and his most memorable concerts, this book is a tribute with duende to a man with a short biography but infinite footprint.