When the musicians had their turn, they performed together instead of taking solos. Guitarist brothers Eugenio and Paco Iglesias played a samba-ish duet, with a student guest from Berklee accompanying them astride a box drum. In another number, the three vocalists — Luis Moneo, David Sánchez “El Gayi,” and Juan José Amador Jr. — sat behind a table and beat rhythms on it with their hands and sang to Eugenio Iglesias’s guitar. The whole show had a feeling of unpretentious collaboration.
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