New album by PITINGO, "Olé y Amén" mixing flamenco and soul in the same way that made Soulería the most important album of 2008/2009 and the purest flamenco roots.
Best New Performer in 2008 / Mention to the best flamenco fusion album at the Ondas 2009. More than 150 (XXXX) albums sold with Soulería. More than 200,000 saw the show around Spain.
This new album contains 50% flamenco including Bulerias, Malagueñas, Siguirllas, tangos and rumbas and 50% soul with cover versions of Donna Summer, Stevie Wonder and even a very personal cover of Carusso.
With special collaborations by Juan Carmona, Juan Habichuela, Farah Siraj, Soul of Prophecy Gospel Choir, etc.
The first single from Olé y Amén is a flamenco version of Donna Summer’s “She Works hard for the Money”.