Un Alma Mas

Album: All That Echoes (2013)


  • Josh Groban penned this flamenco flavored song, in which he sings in Spanish. The tune features Cuban-born trumpet player Arturo Sandoval. Groban told Billboard magazine: "We had a spot in the middle where we wanted to have a solo of some sort, and I thought, hey, wish list. 'Hey Lester, what are the chances of getting Arturo Sandoval to play on this song?'"


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