An unlikely pairing if ever there was one: Townes Van Zandt, the legendary voice of Texas Americana, and David Broza, an international star who splits his styles halfway between Middle Eastern folk-rock and Mediterranean world pop. When Van Zandt passed away in 1997, he left a sheaf of unpublished poetry, with instructions for Broza to set them to music. After more than a decade, this stunning collection is the result.
Israeli superstar David Broza is highly regarded in Spain as a top-selling artist and world-class Flamenco guitarist. The Spanish-language Parking Completo is an exceptional collection of lyrical poetry and Spanish, Flamenco, and rock rhythms. A best-seller in Spain after its release in 2004, also topped the Israeli charts before being released in North America. Powerful and sensual, this CD showcases Broza's exceptional talents as a Spanish artist.
Third Language (Safa Shlishit) is, surprisingly, the
first full album of original Hebrew words and music in the long and illustrious career of Israeli superstar David Broza, and his first Hebrew-language album since 2002. The 15 new songs
are complex and satisfying, both musically and emotionally.
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