June 17, 2008. Posted by Joshua Jackson.
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June 11, 2008. Posted by Joshua Jackson.
Welcome to the show. Thanks for joining us tonight.
The first song is "Venga." It's from the last Guillermo Klein recording.
Called Una Nave.
Second song is "Juana." From LOS GUACHOS II.
This band has been rehearsing nonstop. That, combined with being together on and off for 13 years, makes a HUGE difference for the music.
9:19 Singer Carmen Canela has joined the band onstage. She is featured on the new recording, FILTROS. She flew in from Barcelona to be at the Village Vanguard this week. Singing "Amor Profundo."
9:23 Carmen singing "Textura de Sueno." This is based on a poem by Nicaraguan writer, Gioconda Belli. Loosely tranlated as "Haunted Night."
9:29 George Gershwin's "Fascinating Rhythm," with "Moliendo Cafe."
Carmen's last tune with Los Guachos tonight. Also from UNA NAVE.
9:32 Very powerful solo from Miguel Zenon.
9:41 "Vaca." This is an Argentine children's song with a beat from Ghana and a composition from the modernist Gyorgi Ligeti called "Hungarian Rock." Cool. Hear a story about it here.
9:47 "Yeso," from the new record, FILTROS. Everyone singing. A very beautiful song.
10:00 Evertime I hear this song, "Miula," I feel like I'm in a time warp. Guillermo told me he thinks about the movie, MATRIX. Funny.
10:13 Sorry, folks. I got so wrapped up in the last tune that I was neglecting the blog. Music does this to me.
Hope you enjoyed the show. Come back next week for Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band.
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