When it seems that Mujeres can not overcome the bar of the previous work, reinventing its formula, attack hard and achieve everything you need to tick their full albums. Complete all the stages you spend listening to them, the leap into the unknown that you know can not be worse than the present and that feeling of being able to do things. Wasting dynamism by all parties, the works of Mujeres conform to many lives.
A woman's lover leaves her, and she tries to contact him to find out why he's left. She confronts his wife and son, who are as clueless as she. Meanwhile her girlfriend is afraid the police are looking for her because of her boyfriend's criminal activities. They talk to a female lawyer, who turns out to be the lover's new lover, and everyone's path keeps crossing each other's in a very complicated and confusing manner.
IMHO, the best Rodríguez's album.
Originally released in 1978, Silvio Rodríguez's Mujeres is often regarded as his masterpiece, representing a great artist at his very best.
Desdemona lives on a remote island with her strange family: her father Mario Pontecorvo, her stepmother Dulcinea and her mentally retarded sister Pulova. The background is one of endless radio and TV broadcasts of commercials and ridiculous programmes. Desdemona tries to ward off her boredom by masturbating, provoking her father or teaching her sister how to play with herself. She even goes as far as asking her father if he would fancy raping her. The father and Dulcinea do not have a successful sex life and he would seem to be constantly haunted by his past. Mario is an expatriate Argentinean actor who claims to be a political refugee.
Album CD released in Spain in 1992 by the label Hispavox that is part of the large collection of 'Historical Records' that are the heritage of this record label, dedicated to the different flamenco styles. The collection is required for both the approach to the deepening of flamenco singing.