Primavera

Album: Supernatural (1999)

Songfacts®:

  • "Primavera" is "spring" in Spanish, and it's a recurring theme in the song's very few lyrics.
  • This won the Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental performance. Fher (aka Fernando Olvera) from the Mexican rock group Mana sings in this song, although he's not credited in the album (he did get credit for the Grammy, though). >>
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    Jim - Oxnard, CA, for above 2

Comments: 1

  • Joshua from Twin Cities, MnI like this song, but how could a song with lyrics win a Grammy for Best Rock *Instrumental*? It reminds me of that Heavy Metal Grammy going to Jethro Tull several years ago.
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