Rupa & The April Fishes - Este Mundo album flac
|Por La Frontera||2:44|
|Culpa De La Luna||3:07|
|(El Camino Del Diablo)||1:57|
|La Estrella Caída||2:48|
|Espero La Luna||2:35|
|CMB-CD-15||Rupa & The April Fishes||Este Mundo (CD, Album)||Cumbancha||CMB-CD-15||US||2009|
|CMB-CD-15||Rupa & The April Fishes||Este Mundo (CD, Album, Gat)||Cumbancha||CMB-CD-15||Europe||2009|
|CMB-CD-15||Rupa & The April Fishes||Este Mundo (CD, Album, Promo, car)||Cumbancha||CMB-CD-15||Europe||2009|
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Album · 2009 · 15 Songs. Este Mundo Rupa & The April Fishes.
Rupa and the April Fishes is a global alternative group based in San Francisco, California, fronted by composer, singer and guitarist Rupa Marya. The group began as a duet between Rupa Marya and cellist Ed Baskerville, playing on streets, in streetcars and in art galleries, reflecting their nomadic spirits.
With their second album, este mundo (this world), Rupa & the April Fishes hold up a carnival mirror to life and present a warped, humorous and occasionally disquieting reflection. Sequestered beneath Rupa’s infectious and captivating melodies are thought-provoking themes that address life, love, art, death and the real and artificial divisions that keep us apart.
She sings in French, English and Spanish. Marya gets the right musicality out of each, with authentic results. The songs are often serious in content, tackling the longing of immigrants separated from their loved ones ("Este Mudo," "Por la Frontera"). The beauty of "Este Mundo" is how the trumpet, accordion and strings can express melancholy and boisterous joy on a hairpin turn.
One of the more quirky but thoughtful albums of the year comes from a San Francisco band fronted by a multi-lingual singer who has a day job as a hospital doctor. After all, her parents are from India, she was born in San Francisco, but spent much of her life in southern France before returning to the west coast to study medicine.
Este Mundo is the second album from San Francisco band Rupa & the April Fishes, following the well-received Extraordinary Rendition in 2008. Like its predecessor, it presents a mixture of global styles, including pop, jazz, Colombian cumbia, Argentinian milonga, French chanson, Indian ragas, and gypsy brass. Only one of the songs is in English, with Rupa Marya singing mostly in French and Spanish. The instrumental line-up includes accordion, upright bass, cello, and prominent trumpet
Home Latin, French, Italian Rupa Marya Rupa & The April Fishes - Este Mundo (2009). Rupa & The April Fishes - Este Mundo (2009). After a breakthrough debut with Extraordinary Rendition, San Francisco's Rupa Marya and her band of musical misfits returned in 2009 with Este Mundo, an album formed in ways around a more singular cultural core. The musicality of the group is without question - the players jump into formation at the drop of a hat, and can alternately swing together or clash as they devolve into a frenzy of excited improvisation. There are still the elements of Gypsy jazz, the elements of Indian classical music, and the Argentinean milongas and tango pieces that were present in their previous album.