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Skunk
2006-02-12, 21:11
¿Cualquier persona tiene recomendaciones para la música audiophile del español de la calidad?

Néstor
2006-02-13, 13:37
¿Cualquier persona tiene recomendaciones para la música audiophile del español de la calidad?


What kind of music you like? just spanish (music from Spain, that is) or latinamerican music too? sung or not sung?

Que tipo de música te gusta? música de España o también de Latinoamérica? cantada o instrumental?

Saludos!
Nestor

Skunk
2006-02-14, 08:13
What kind of music you like? just spanish (music from Spain, that is) or latinamerican music too? sung or not sung?

Que tipo de música te gusta? música de España o también de Latinoamérica? cantada o instrumental?

Saludos!
Nestor

Hola Nestor. Perdóneme, yo significó la música de Latinoamérica :)

Tengo el Buena Vista Social Club, y el Cafe Havana de Paquito D'Rivera, pero ningunos otros.

Tengo gusto de ellos ambos mucho, pero estaría interesado en algo como electrónico ambiente, o algo la gente joven escucha, con tal que se registre bien.

GPA (gracias por adelantado)
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[Hi Nestor. Sorry, I meant Latin Music : )

I have Buena Vista Social Club, and Paquito Rivera's Havana Cafe, but no others.

I like them both very much, but would be interested in something like ambient electronic, or something the young kids are listening to, provided it's well recorded.

TIA (thanks in advance)]

Néstor
2006-02-15, 07:37
Hay muuuuuucho para elegir :-)

Para algo relacionado con electronica/ambient yo te recomendaria que buscaras estos dos discos:

Bajofondo Tango Club (http://www.bajofondotangoclub.com/)
Gotan Project (http://www.gotanproject.com/)

los dos apuntan a mezclar el tango (y sus variantes) con musica electronica/ambient.

En la misma linea de Buena Vista Social Club, se grabo hace un tiempo un disco llamado "Cafe de los maestros", que reune a muchos viejos cantantes e interpretes de tango en grabaciones nuevas (producido por Gustavo Santaolalla, un musico/productor argentina que vive en US, y ademas de producir innumerables discos de bandas de toda latinoamerica, gano hace poco el Golden Globe por la musica de "Borkeback Mountain").

Pero si queres "la posta" , anda y compra "Tango: Zero Hour" de Astor Piazzolla :-)

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There is so much to choose from !

For music related to electronica/ambient, try

Bajofondo Tango Club (http://www.bajofondotangoclub.com/)
Gotan Project (http://www.gotanproject.com/)

Both try to mix tango music (and its variations) with electronic music, using real instruments, samples, etc.

On the same line as Buena Vista Social Club (but just for tango music) and album called "Cafe de los maestros" was recorded some time ago, and it includes some old singers and musicians from tango golden era, in new recordings (this album was produced by Guatavo Santaolalla, and argentine musician/producer, who lives in the US, and besides producing countless of latinamerican rock bands, he recently won a Golden globe award for the music of Boreback Mountain. He is also the producer for the Bajofondo album above).


Now, for the real deal, go and buy "Tango: Zero Hour" by Astor Piazzolla... :-)

crooner
2006-02-19, 17:46
Silvio Rodriguez, Dias Y Flores. Excelente Sonido, yo diria de Audiofilo incluso. En LP es fantastico, superb music!. Yo lo grabe de LP a archivos FLAC para escucharlo en el Squeezebox.

Otros artistas que tienen discos con buen sonido:

Vytas Brenner (el primero, La Ofrenda de Vytas es legendario)

Ilan Chester (cancionero del amor venezolano, onda nueva)

Charly Garcia (recomiendo Piano Bar)

Ruben Blades (Siembra y Buscando America suenan muy bien)

Sui Generis

Fito Paez (la la la, Abre Paez, Giros, etc)

Juan Luis Guerra 440 (No Es Lo Mismo...de 1998)

Néstor
2006-02-22, 08:19
Silvio Rodriguez, Dias Y Flores. Excelente Sonido, yo diria de Audiofilo incluso. En LP es fantastico, superb music!. Yo lo grabe de LP a archivos FLAC para escucharlo en el Squeezebox.

Otros artistas que tienen discos con buen sonido:

Vytas Brenner (el primero, La Ofrenda de Vytas es legendario)

Ilan Chester (cancionero del amor venezolano, onda nueva)

Charly Garcia (recomiendo Piano Bar)

Ruben Blades (Siembra y Buscando America suenan muy bien)

Sui Generis

Fito Paez (la la la, Abre Paez, Giros, etc)

Juan Luis Guerra 440 (No Es Lo Mismo...de 1998)


Y ya que estamos, agreguemos ... :-)

Charly Garcia: la "sagrada trilogia" (;-)) seria: "Yendo de la cama al living" (1982), "Clics Modernos" (1983) y "Piano Bar" (1984)

Jorge Fandermole: "Navega" (estilo cancion/folklore) suena muy bien y tiene excelentes temas


Obviamente hay muchos discos mas, pero de estilos muy diferentes, asi que si preguntas de estilos mas definidos se pueden hacer mas sugerencias...

saludos!
Nestor

Siduhe
2006-02-22, 08:37
Si usted está buscando para música latinoamericana moderna con un vibe electrónico, puedo recomendar ciertamente Lado Este de Sara Valenzuela.

trebejo
2006-03-01, 00:59
¿Y Gardel?

¿Lo van a mandar al pendex de compras sin decirle que se traiga algo de Gardel?

Siduhe, andá y comprate algo de Gardel. Ni te fijes en el título, no importa. No importa si lo comprás repetido. Vos comprá.

Un dato sobre Gardel: siempre cantó muy bien, pero últimamente ha mejorado.

Néstor
2006-03-01, 06:00
El problema es que el Zorzal todavia no firmo con un sello audiofilo, que es lo que estaba buscando Skunk...

Skunk
2006-03-18, 22:45
Pero si queres "la posta" , anda y compra "Tango: Zero Hour" de

Astor Piazzolla :-)
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There is so much to choose from !

There is so much to choose from !
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discurso del audiophilia ^

I purchased Astor's 'LUNA' album today (1992 Lucho/Increase BV). A live recording of his final performance with the New Tango Sex-tet. I had a longer review written with some Piazzolla personal history included, but accidentally erased via autologout.

I'll not ramble so much this time, but saying 'I liked it' would do no justice. The bandoneon under his influence is simply breathtaking. Every push of the button, every intake of air, every movement of pistons, all perfectly reproduced. The surrounding instruments are placed perfectly in the soundstage, in a more lifelike way than any track on the Chesky Classical Sampler. The hall ambience is INCREDIBLE and the audience polite and appreciative. Even their clapping sounds good with individual clappers being easily distinguished. It easily betters Pat Metheny's 'The Road to You', my previous 'live hall' benchmark, and betters most studio recordings I own. Enough hyperbole...

I shouldn't even attempt description of the musical genius recorded that night in Amsterdam, but I can't resist.

This music is different from anything I've experienced. It has the pacing and dynamic swings of great classical music, the atonal and dissonant qualities of great jazz, a sometimes dark side reminiscent de Tom Waits, and of course the sense of history, culture, and life that lives within Latin music.

I also re-purchased (once lost) Los Lobos Collossal Head, which I remembered sounding much better before my system got so revealing. While it's a great album, made by true artists, it simply doesn't hold a candle to what I'm hearing from Astor. Pure genius.

I reviewed after listening only once, and expect about 99 more sessions before comprehension truly starts to set in. It will surely be a companion for life.

Gracias Nestor, I like it.

Néstor
2006-03-20, 10:04
I purchased Astor's 'LUNA' album today (1992 Lucho/Increase BV). A live recording of his final performance with the New Tango Sex-tet. I had a longer review written with some Piazzolla personal history included, but accidentally erased via autologout.


Great!

El periodo del sexteto es considerado como el de sonido mas "oscuro" en toda la obra de Piazzolla.
Trata de conseguir CDs de la epoca del quinteto (quizas el grupo mas "perfecto" para la musica de Piazzolla), la sonoridad de los temas es mas clara o abierta. El Quinteto tuvo dos etapas: 1960-1970 y 1978-1987 (aproximadamente). Los del ultimo quinteto poseen una calidad de sonido superior (Zero Hour, La Camorra, etc), pero todos son altamente recomendables.




Gracias Nestor, I like it.
De nada!

Skunk
2006-03-20, 10:18
Great!


Perdóneme para el poste en inglés, demasiado para el google traducen la herramienta :)

Néstor
2006-03-20, 10:54
:-)

The sextet period is considered the "darkest" sounding among Piazzolla's work.
Try to get some cds from the quintet period (maybe the more "perfect" group for Piazzolla's music), the sound of songs is more clear or open. The Quintet existed in two different periods:
roughly 1960-1970 and 1978-1987. The last quintet albums have a better sound (Zero Hour, La Camorra, etc), but all of them are highly recommended.

Tango:Zero Hour is maybe his most "known" album by US people,as it was the first one having an US label, and thats when he started touring the US regularly (mid 80's). Some of the songs on that album are older songs, rerecorded specially for that album.

Skunk
2006-03-20, 11:11
:-)


The google translation was amusing, I need to work on my Spanish!

"It tries to obtain CDs of epoca of the quinteto (quizas "the perfect" group but for the musica of Piazzolla), the loudness of the subjects but clear or is opened. "

Néstor
2006-03-20, 11:18
The google translation was amusing, I need to work on my Spanish!

"It tries to obtain CDs of epoca of the quinteto (quizas "the perfect" group but for the musica of Piazzolla), the loudness of the subjects but clear or is opened. "

:-) and google needs to work on its automatic translators!

Néstor
2006-03-20, 11:44
Try http://www.piazzolla.org for more information on CDs (in english)

Skunk
2006-03-24, 04:07
Try http://www.piazzolla.org for more information on CDs (in english)
I went there, after your first recommendation. That helped ring a bell in the CD store, nice site too.

According to the liner notes (Luna), more traditional tango artists often threatened his life, waited outside his house to rough him up, one even barged in on a studio interview and put a pistol to his head. ¡muy dramático!