Jorge Drexler - Bailar en la Cueva album
Album · 2014 · 12 Songs. 2014 Warner Music Spain, . More By Jorge Drexler. Amar la Trama (Bonus Track Versión).
Released March 25, 2014. Bailar en la Cueva Tracklist. 1. Bailar en la Cueva (Ft. Li Saumet) Lyrics.
His album "Bailar en la cueva", released in 2014, shows a new facet of the artist leaning towards rhythm and dance, a contrast to his previous albums which he describes as more introspective and nostalgic His music is a combination of Uruguayan traditional music (candombe, murga, milonga, tango), bossa nova, pop, jazz and electronic music, which results in very personal compositions with original arrangements.
Co-produced with Carlos Campón and Sebastián Merlín, this music contains the same attention to detail and polish as every album he's released since 2004's Eco, but the charts feel looser and there's less reliance on fat or synthetic beats, though those can be found on the big groovers such as "Data Data," or the more atmospheric, crunchy, electronically enhanced. numbers such as "La Plegaria del Paparazzo" and "El Triángulo de las Bermudas. Elsewhere, the feel is more organic
Artist: Jorge Drexler Title Of Album: Bailar En La Cueva Year Of Release: March 25, 2014 Label: Warner Music Spain Genre: Pop Rock, Latin, Singer-Songwriters Quality: MP3 FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 01. Bailar en la cueva (4:02) 02. Bolivia (3:56) 03. Data data (4:24) 04. La luna de Rasquí (3:40) 05. Universos paralelos (3:42) 06. Todo cae (4:12) 07. Esfera (4:05) 08. La plegaria del paparazzo (3:30) 09. La noche no es una ciencia (3:34) 10. El triángulo de las Bermudas (3:14) 11. Organdí.
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Jorge Drexler’s thirteenth album Bailar En La Cueva starts with a strong ear-worm of a track and then eases into a sweet beach record characterized by tonnes and tonnes of movement. Bailar en La Cueva, or dancing in the cave, feels exactly like, well, dancing in a cave. It’s guttural, raw and conceptual. It would be a mistake to think that because something is recognizable it is boring. Bailar en La Cueva is anything but. It starts with its title track, by far my favourite jam, where Drexler coaxes us into a dance with the greatest of ease. It helps that he worked with the ever enchanting Li Samuet from Bomba Estéreo to invite the listener to ir en el ritmo como una nube va en el viento/no estar en, sino ser el movimiento/cerrar el juicio, cerrar los ojos, oir el clack con que se rompen los cerrojos (a poetic turn of phrase, roughly meaning to move like a.
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