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#TwitterMusicTips: Rodrigo y Gabriela

Next up for my musical education a little Mexicana…


Artist: Rodrigo y Gabriela

Nationality: Mexican

Album: Rodrigo y Gabriela

Released: 2006

Recommended by: @damianainscough

In Five Words: Uptempo, flamenco-esque, acoustic Mexican guitars

Listen Again: Yes, as background music

Star Track(s): All of equal merit

Skip Track(s): None

Stars (out of 5): 3

Conclusion: A nice album to have playing in the background whilst you do “stuff”.  Lyric free but instrumentally impressive.

Listen on Spotify here


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