This set includes everything from Sedaka's first ultra-rare Melba session to the end of his RCA contract in 1966. Also features many unissued recordings, as well as a number of recordings previously only available in electronic stereo, but now remixed by Bill Inglot into true stereo for the first time. In addition, it contains all his German, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, and Hebrew recordings, including previously unissued German, Spanish, and Japanese recordings.
The contemporary female flamenco voice most recognized is that of Spanish singer Carmen Pacheco Rodríguez (Linares, 1951) aka Carmen 'Linares'. Carmen is definitely one of the greatest flamenco singers with knowledge and mastery of flamenco styles in the line of 'Niña de los Peines'. This album was recorded live during the international show of Carmen ('Desde el alma') in her action at Colina (Germany) in 1992.