Encarnacion Amador Santiago, better known as La Susi, is a celebrated Flamenco artist, daughter of art of the renowned guitarist Jose Maria Amador, and sister to guitarist Joaquin Amador.
Passed away in Sevilla, Spain, on October 24, 2020, this award-winning singer/dancer has been originally part of what is now known as the Golden Age of Flamenco.
A true Master of Flamenco, La Susi died unexpectedly, before her last recordings of her could see the light, including “La Rosa Cautiva,” now brought to us by WakeUp Music Group with an official video.
Not only an act that commemorates the expressive greatness of La Susi, the video for “La Rosa Cautiva” allows us to fully experience the touching touch of this formidable artist, here flawlessly accompanied by two equally greats Flamenco masters: the legends Pedro Cortes on guitar, and musical arranger Diego Amador on piano and various other instruments.
“La Rosa Cautiva” is the last song La Susi ever recorded and the first single from an upcoming film documentary soundtrack album titled “Flamenco: Passion in Danger.”
A poignant piece that leaves its sign, heartbreaking for the sense of profound loss that accompanies it, beatifying for the vibrant richness of La Susi’s voice, bound to touch the hearts of all who hear it, not only those of Flamenco aficionados.
More than a pristine gem, it is something that we feel destined to become an everlasting part of Flamenco history. Forever.
Watch now the official video for "La Rosa Cautiva," the last song that La Susi ever recorded, available on the WakeUp Music Group YouTube channel.
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