Here's a charming Mexican love song on classical guitar. This plucky, stringy, sweet minor-chord lament was originally written for an old man named Ernesto. A certain quirky sadness is balanced by an almost hopeful vibe.
The title says it all! This spicy Spanish flamenco features plucked classical guitar phrases, percussion, and upright bass in a nice flowing and rhythmic melody. A flamenco guitar solo toward the end breaks up the pleasant syncopated repetition.
Here's my attempt at a 'vintage' Mexican love song. Unsteady strings and trumpets trade melodic phrases over a scratchy-sounding backing band. This was originally written for a biography about an elderly Mexican man with a larger-than-life reputation. Sweet and nostalgic, this one simply is what it is.