Joan Manuel Serrat's final release of the 1960s, Dedicado a Antonio Machado, Poeta was recorded in honor of Spanish poet Antonio Machado, whose texts make up the bulk of the album's lyrics. Singing in Spanish earned Serrat some heavy criticism from his Catalan fans, but the album nevertheless became popular in Spain and Latin America, essentially setting the stage for the international breakthrough that arrived in the wake of 1971's Mediterráneo.
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If you are loose in a greate country like this, And you need to remember you have a soul, then listen this beateful songs, and cry and remember the flavors of yor folks. Never forget your native language. Tu lengua es tu alma.