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Robert Allwood

Amor Bendito

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Cazenove, Greater London N16 7QR
United Kingdom

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“Hackney’s answer to the Gypsy Kings”(?!) - Come Dine With Me. I sing Spanish songs, in a flamenco-related genre called Spanish coplas or Canción Española, plus the odd bolero and Mexican song. Previous gigs have included Come Dine With Me – Enfield as the entertainment, Properganda, The Others, TChances, Evidently Chickentown, Biddle Bros, Hays Galleria, Poetry Cafe, the Palatine, Tribal Voices festival, Diceman George’s, The Klinker, the Black Dog Club, the Mindsweeper, Friern Barnet Community Library, Everest Base Camp talk, Southwark Arts Festival, Regent Studios, float23's Meltdown, the Torriano, Caledonian Road Festival, Bonnington Sundays, Billy Blake’s Birthday Bash, Paranoid Olympics, Klub Katz N Dogs, Chromarama, Folk and Fiddle, White Lion Streatham, Green Goddess, Small World festival, Shelter from the Storm Benefit, Lost Horizons, Secret Garden Party. El Día que Nací Yo (The Day I was Born), live in Walthamstow "What bad star was I born under?" Videos My channel Mid Summer Madness, 2013 Adio Querida Goodbye Darling, a Sephardi song. Keywords Ladino, Jewish music, Yasmin Levy Bien Pagá (part) Cucurrucu Paloma Mexican song. "A sad dove sings at her house every morning, but what do bricks know of love?" Keywords : Huapango, Pedro Infante Payaso Mexican song. "I'm a clown, a hypocrite with a mask of joy." Pena Penita Pena Sorrows, a Spanish copla. "I would tie slave ropes round myself for your freedom." Keywords: Lola Flores Paranoid Olympics, Sep 2012 Amar y Vivir Love and Life. "You only live once, Life leaves us crying for ghosts. I don't want to regret what could have been." Keywords: Vicente Fernández El Día que Nací Yo The day I was born, what bad star guided me? A Spanish copla. See also O Perish the Day Wherein I was Born, Job 3: 3 Paloma Negra Black Dove, a Mexican ranchera. Famous versions have been sung by Lola Beltrán, Lila Downs and Chavela Vargas La Bien Pagá The Well Paid Woman, a Spanish copla “Don’t complain about all you’ve given me, I had to pay for every kiss!”

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