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Triana: “En el Lago”

As the afternoons grow shorter, the embrace of autumn wraps us in a bittersweet nostalgia. What better soundtrack to accompany this seasonal transition by our Isprese landscape than this timeless masterpiece from the 70s? Enter the realm of Andalusian flamenco-infused progressive rock with Triana’s ‘En el lago’ (In the Lake). In this musical journey, the soulful voice narrates a love story, navigating the peaks and valleys, unveiling both the shadows and the rays of hope. Much like the autumnal phase in the yearly cycle, where nature gracefully eases into a temporary ‘stand-by,’ awaiting the rejuvenating touch of spring.

Triana, the avant-garde musical force from Spain, emerged in the 70s, leaving an indelible mark on the country’s music landscape. They broke new ground by blending traditional Andalusian sounds with the experimental spirit of the era. Triana’s innovation in sound and willingness to push artistic boundaries revolutionized the Spanish music scene, earning them a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim. ‘En el lago’ stands as a testament to their ability to craft emotionally charged narratives, weaving a musical tapestry that resonates across time and borders. Triana’s influence persists as a source of inspiration, reminding us that their groundbreaking contributions continue to echo through the corridors of Spanish musical history.