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    HarmoniesJoana Gama | Luis Fernandes | Ricardo Jacinto
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  • 02/04/17--18:50: 01-02-17 mestizaje
  • Programa “Mestizaje” Edición día 01-02-2017 Duración : 120 minutos (World music- folk-traditional-etc) Program “Mestizaje” Edition day 01-02-2017 Time : 120 minutes (World music- folk-traditional-etc 1. Pepe Cantó-España 2016- Vida-Picap( 2 temas) 2. Tierra Antigua-España 2017- Ramillete Castellano-Awen Records-(2 temas) 3. Ses-España 2016- Opoñerse a Extinción- FolMusica ( 2 temas) 4. Marcelo Escrich Silent Trio-España-Argentina 2016- Charlie Haden- Songbook- Errabal Jazz-Hotsak ( 2 temas) 5. Broken Brothers Brass Band- España 2016- Ildoa Lantzen-Errabal Jazz-Hotsak ( 2 temas) 6. Perico Sambeat Ensemble- España 2016- Plays Zappa-Karonte Distribuciones ( 2 temas) 7. The Famingos Bite-España 2016- Mountains-Promosapiens (2 temas) 8. Jose Antonio Rodriguez-España 2016- Adios Muchachos- Jose Antonio Rodriguez Música ( 2 temas) 9. Richard Bona- Camerún 2016- Heritage-Karonte Distribuciones ( 2 temas) 10. Otros Aires- Argentina-España 2016- Perfect Tango-Galileo -MC( 2 temas) 11. Dancas Ocultas- Portugal 2016- Amplitude-Galileo -MC( 2 temas) EN IVOOX https://www.facebook.com/BrokenBrothersBrassBand/ http://www.ivoox.com/s_p2_27864_1.html

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    VA - Blue Soho Recordings - Best Of 2016 (2017) FLAC (tracks)
    Artist: VA | Album: Blue Soho Recordings - Best Of 2016 | Released: 2017 | Label: Blue Soho Recordings | Catalog #: BLS268 | Genre: Trance

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    Tracklist:

    01. Sign Of The Fighter
    02. Come On Board
    03. Barroom Lady
    04. In Chains
    05. Haul Away Joe
    06. Irish Way
    07. Interlude
    08. White River
    09. Bucket Of Blood
    10. Old Gang’s Lullaby
    11. Paddyhats
    12. Ghost Of A Soldier
    13. The Boxer


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    When David Luning heads to Colorado on tour this spring, he’s hoping for a downpour-free trip this time around. The last time he and his band played in the state, the singer-songwriter recalls with a chuckle, “it was quite the learning experience.”

    Luning and company — bassist and harmonica player Ben Dubin, drummer Linden Reed and guitar / mandolin player Dave Sampson — were headed to stay with a friend in the Centennial State when, on the long, steep dirt road that led there, they got caught in a major rainstorm (“like, flash flood conditions,” Luning recalls). Their van and trailer got stuck, and the whole crew had to get out and turn everything around manually.

    “The best part about the whole thing was, Ben, my bass player, was soaking wet, completely, head to toe, just mud everywhere,” Luning remembers, “and he just looks at me like, ‘This is so ridiculous!’”

    Following the release of his sophomore album, Restless, on Friday (Feb. 3), Luning will play four dates in Colorado — not to mention a number of other shows in the western and central United States — this spring. A number of locations will be new stops for the California native and Berklee College of Music dropout, who gave up studying film scoring to pursue a career in folk music.

    “There’s a lot of stuff that I think I inherently learned from the school — like, theory and stuff like that, in my music, I apply it rarely, but I think that it comes out …,” Luning tells The Boot, “but what happened is that there was this undercurrent thing that was happening at Berklee — this folk scene kind of developed as a rebellion … I just latched onto that hardcore.”

    At home in California, Luning found “a really cool scene,” which he describes as “very down home” and “very honest.”

    “There’s people that want to write music and play music and share music,” he explains, “and there’s people that really want to listen and hang out and partake in those things.”

    Luning self-released his debut album, Just Drop on By, in 2012. He produced that project himself but, for this upcoming record, Luning teamed with Karl Derfler (Tom Waits, Dave Matthews).

    “It was a totally different experience. There’s pros and cons to both,” Luning notes: Self-production gave Luning all the time in the world to shoot for perfection, “but it’s kind of good that, when a producer comes in, you can’t do that. Then, you have to step it up and make sure that the takes are as good as they can be.”


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    When Brigitte DeMeyer and Will Kimbrough first joined their soulful voices in song half a dozen years ago, they knew they were destined to make beautiful music together. Since then, they’ve showcased their instinctive vocal interplay and formidable song-crafting skills throughout North America and Europe; they’ve also collaborated on two albums, and become the best of friends. But the Nashville-based pair had never released a recording as an official duo — a situation they’ll finally remedy on Jan. 27, 2017, with Mockingbird Soul.

    “We figured we might as well put both our names on it and just make it a thing,” says Kimbrough, “because the chemistry’s there, the writing’s there, the harmonies are there, and so is our mutual love of all the music these songs are derived from and inspired by.”

    That would be what he calls “the good stuff”: blues, gospel, early jazz and the country music those genres influenced, along with bluegrass, early rock ’n’ roll, folk … American roots music, in other words.

    DeMeyer characterizes their wonderfully warm, organic blend as acoustic soul. They convey it with an easy unpretentiousness, in songs that sound as if they were created by two siblings who grew up harmonizing in-between chasing fireflies and splashing in swimmin’ holes.

    The fact that they hadn’t even met until appearing on the same Music City Roots bill in 2009, a year before DeMeyer moved to Nashville, simply reinforces how well-matched they are — even though he was raised in Mobile, Ala., and she was a surf-loving California girl.

    Despite their geographically diverse upbringings, both had fallen under similar musical spells. She was bewitched by Etta James, Mavis Staples and Sly Stone, and later Steve Earle, Patty Griffin and the Allman Brothers. He was seduced by the Beatles, Big Star and JJ Cale, and guitar rock from Allman to ZZ. Lightnin’ Hopkins, a touchstone for both, was the source of an early bonding moment.

    The South is another shared influence; DeMeyer’s vocals carry as much sultriness as a humid evening in New Orleans, where she found lyrical inspiration for “The Juke.” That back-porch blues tune features Kimbrough teasing a harmonica while picking what she labels as a “greasy” groove. The Crescent City also informs “Little Easy,” a sweet ballad inspired by a guided tour of Mobile DeMeyer received from Kimbrough’s sister and mother, who calls her city by that name. With only his gentle strumming caressing their harmonies, they deliver what Kimbrough describes as “a love letter to my mom in the form of a love letter to Mobile.”

    Like many songs on Mockingbird Soul, “Little Easy” also highlights another mutual love: literature — and “old, arcane language.”

    “Because we both like to read, we have a lyrical chemistry, too, with a literary approach,” DeMeyer says. (Perhaps not coincidentally, Kimbrough’s wife once owned a bookstore.)

    That explains the unique rhythms coursing through verses like this one, from “Rainy Day”: All this rain comin down/Sky’s been talking to the ground/Says me and sun and good spring air/Gonna grow what you’ve got going there.

    That tune’s swampy vibe resonates from deep inside an upright bass played by the Wood Brothers’ Chris Wood. Another Wood Brother — Oliver — co-wrote and sings the delicate “Carpet Bagger’s Lullaby” with DeMeyer. That band’s Jano Rix adds percussion and shuitar to “The Juke” and the romantic opener, “Everything.” Blue Mother Tupelo’s Micol Davis thumps occasional “church tambourine,” and DeMeyer strums an eight-string ukulele on “Until Then.” But aside from Chris Donohue’s percussion and non-“Rainy Day” bass contributions, it’s all about their voices and Kimbrough’s guitar.


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