Review: La Susi - La Rosa Cautiva

Encarnacion Amador Santiago, better known as La Susi, daughter of renowned guitarist Jose Maria Amador, and sister to guitarist Joaquin Amador, died in Sevilla, Spain, on October 24, 2020. An award-winning singer/dancer originally part of what is now known as the Golden Age of Flamenco. 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.” The track features the work of legends Pedro Cortes on guitar and musical arranger Diego Amador on piano and various other instruments. La Rosa Cautiva is the brand new single and is a beautifully composed track. To fully express the song's meaning, pleasant vocals make listeners pay attention to the lyrics.

La Rosa Cautiva starts with piano, and when the powerful vocals kick in, the listener's attention gets grabbed immediately. The song gives listeners over 6 minutes of enjoyment because of the whole mood of the track and carefully written lyrics, that makes this track an example of great track. It is followed by the beautifully filmed music video-tribute to the singer.

To sum up, La Rosa Cautiva is an amazing touching song that will stay on repeat for a long time.