Javier Moreno


  1. 1.
    Cuba De Mi Corazon
  2. 2.
    La Rumba del Emigrante
  3. 3.
    Boa Sorte
  4. 4.
    Mala Mujer
  5. 5.
    Nos Echan
Spanish singer songwriter from Barcelona with a beautifully smooth voice and a collection of songs rich in the issues it touches, from the power of love and desire, to nostalgia, farewells, migration, human corruption by power and greed, all presented in an array of tasteful Latin pop rhythms and arrangements.
His first self release in 2008 shortly after moving to Bristol, England, was pop orientated and included some romantic ballads and lyrics about social issues such "Gibraltar" which explores the dangerous journey of migrants crossing from Africa to Europe.
His EP "Bad Woman" released in 2010 was also entirely produced by him and included some Latin pop arrangements with English lyrics, worth mentioning the bolero "Cuba de mi corazón" inspired by his visit to the country and the effects of the Castro regime.
His second album "La rumba del emigrante", also self released in 2012, explores the migration wave further in this case of the young generation of Spaniards who left the country in recent years due to the financial crisis, and the musical tone more orientated towards the "rumba flamenca" style.
He is also the other half of the folk, pop and rock band @Auroora


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