Self-Portrait is the first studio album in six years of Estrella Morente. Enrique Morente participated in the recording
until a few days before his death. Each track has a story. There are 15 tracks, more of an hour of music.
Estrella's voice appears serene, innovative, contemporary and deeply rooted. She can go naturally to a work made with
Pat Metheny or Michel Nyman to old sevillanas or habanera of Carlos Cano, or sophisticated approach to Caribbean
rhythms or a torn seguirillas with the guitar of Paco de Lucia. She shows a special ability to remember Lola Flores
with a great recreation. The sleeve is a reproduction of a photograph taken in a dressing room of the Spanish Theatre
in Madrid in which Enrique Morente is reflected in a mirror, with Estrella in foreground.