Pablo GuerreroPablo Guerrero (born 18 October 1946 in Esparragosa de Lares) is a Spanish singer-songwriter, lyricist and poet from the province of Extremadura who has lived in Madrid since the late 1960’s. He uses a sober and poetic style in the texts of his songs. Musically, he uses traditional harmonies and melodies from his homeland, seasoned with flamenco as well as the sounds of American folk, rock, and jazz. In the mid-1980s he introduced African rhythms and rhythms from other cultures, including avant-garde styles such as minimalism, ambient, electronic and random music. He is a singer with a long and renowned artistic career. Although he is better known as a singer-songwriter, as a poet he has been publishing continuously since 1988.
''Es el amor del agua cuando quiere,'' ''salvar la sed del hombre,'' ''y deshoja su aroma,'' ''en los campos blanqueados,'' ''por la flor del espino.''
''Es el amor del agua, la memoria,'' ''que hace vivos los cuerpos,'' ''que hace vivas las nubes,'' ''que hace vivas las selvas.''
Pablo Guerrero - (fragmento del poema; «''El amor del agua''»).
It's the love of water when it wants to slake mans’ thirst and shed her scent in the bleached fields by the hawthorn flower.
It is love of water, the memory that brings life to bodies that brings life to clouds that brings life to jungles (…) Pablo Guerrero (from ''The Love of Water'')
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