Xoel López, Depedro, Tulsa, Andrés Suárez, Virginia Maestro and Isma Romero play songs from ‘Mediterráneo’ | The weekly country

Mediterranean, Joan Manuel Serrat’s masterpiece, does not run out. Half a century after its publication, the album, one of the most wonderful in Spanish music, continues to enlighten generations of artists. We bring together musicians of different styles who pay tribute to a work that marked their lives. For this, they interpret, accompanied alone with a guitar, some of the songs that are collected in the album. Xoel López, Depedro, Tulsa, Andrés Suárez, Virginia Maestro and Isma Romero honor Serrat.

Report | Return with Serrat to the town and the time where ‘Mediterráneo’ was born 50 years ago

Depedro – ‘Mediterranean’

It is a universal and timeless album, it has always accompanied me

Isma Romero – ‘Those little things’

You feel the depth of listening to a masterpiece

Xoel López – ‘The woman I love’

A classic from my eternal childhood car trips, in the eighties

Tulsa – ‘White Town’

It is part of my sentimental education

Virginia Maestro – ‘Uncle Alberto’

It brings back memories of sepia and I relate it to my father

Andrés Suárez – ‘What will become of you’

Mediterranean is the classical music of the future

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