Some day, the colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez said this from him: ‘’When Lebrijano sings, water gets wet’’. For his 50 years of career, the master from Lebrija wants to settle in the poetic way by dedicating his cd number 35 to the large and awarded work of the brilliant Colombian.
This is the discographic work number 35 for the 50 years of Juan Peña artistic career and the compositions from which the artist from Sevilla has been inspired are gotten from the García Márquez works as ‘’There’s no one to write to the colonel’’, ‘’Hundred years of loneliness’’ and specially the book of stories ‘’The incredible and sad history of the candid Fréndira and her heartless grand mother’’.
With topics as ''The candid Fréndira'', ''Some day'',''Isabel sees how it’s raining in Macondo'',''Have a good trip! Mr. president'' the flamenco wants to give back to ''Gabo'' the gift he gave to him during a meeting between friends, after listening to him singing, the writer wrote to him on a sheet of paper this verse: ''When Lebrijano sings, water gets wet''
The cantaor (flamenco singer) once more is accompanied in this recording by the Moroccan violinist Faiçal Kourrich with whom he has collaborated in many occasions, like in the previous record ‘’Opened doors’.’
In this record, also participate as producer and as arranger Pedro María and David Peña Dorantes, nephews of the cantaor (flamenco singer). Furthermore, Casto Márquez sifted the Colombian Nobel Prize work to turn the stories into songs.