What do you think Jurepén contributes to the flamenco music scene?
What I contribute with this album are my compositions. I don’t know if it’s something new. I simply try to give my frame of mind, not to hinder myself. If I like it, I leave it as it is. I do songs I like with my friends, with people I’ve worked with and who have come to collaborate on the record: Jorge Pardo, Antonio Serrano, Montse Cortés… There is always that bond of complicity with them. In fact, the atmosphere was more like that of a party than a recording at the studio; it was practically done live. The bases were set and four or five musicians took it from there. Most of the time, we took the first or second take, since they were fresh. What projects do you have in mind now that you have a début album? For the time being, to go on playing and composing for the next tour. In autumn we present the album in Madrid and Barcelona, and we’ll go on tour around Spain. Aside from that, I’ll go on collaborating with all my fellow musicians. I like doing a bit of everything, including mu