Third studio album among seventeen released by flamenco singer José Soto Soto (Jerez de la Frontera, 1955), aka 'José Mercé'. Born in a family of flamenco singers singers he is the grandson of the historical Manuel Soto 'el Sordera'. Mercé began his activity in the world of flamenco singing at the early age of thirteen and since then he has not only increased his fame to the point of being currently considered one of the top figures and major disseminator and innovator of flamenco singing. Mercé has dared to innovate by merging flamenco with styles like blues or modern song.
The second son of Martín García de Anchieta and Urtayzaga de Loyola, who was a great-aunt of the future saint, Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, members of a leading family in the Basque country, Juan de Anchieta was born in 1462 near Azpeitia in Guipúzcoa in the Iraurgui valley. Although there is no information about his formative years, it is possible that he served as a chorister in the chapel of Henry IV of Castile and perhaps studied at Salamanca University, where Diego de Fermoselle, an elder brother of Juan del Encina, taught. In 1489 he was appointed as a singer in the Court Chapel of Queen Isabella the Catholic, with a salary of 20,000 maravedís, increased in 1493 to 30,000 maravedís. In 1495 he was appointed maestro di capilla to the Prince Don Juan. After the death of the Prince in 1497 he returned to the service of the Queen, to be ……