Canut used to sing this song with his father, it's a cover of "La Salvaora",
of course Canut puts his twist on it with a little banjo riff that actually sounds
closer to an Oudd , hence the slight middle eastern touch in the arrangement..
let's say it's Gipsy rumba meets moroccan chaabi, up tempo with cajon, palmas, derboukas, guitars alternating rumba and chaabi rhythms (thank you Taofik Farah)…Canut blasts powerful a cappella vocals to open the song as a call to get into this rhythm.
Canut Reyes : Vocals . palmas , banjo , guitars "palo seco"
Taofik Farah : Guitars
Xavier Sanchez : Cajon , palmas , derboukah , shakers , finger cymbals
Gildas Bocle : upright bass
Jean Baptiste Bocle : Hammond organ , accordeon
Arranged by Gildas & Jean-Baptite Bocle and Canut Reyes