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Honduras Libregrupo

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Honduras Libregrupo Cancion del Oceano album cover
4.09 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Cancion del Oceano (8:21)

Total Time 08:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Ale Leonelli / vocals, bass
- Gabriel Falciola / drums, percussion
- Alex Kodric / guitar, percussion
- Nicolas Kodric / synthesizer, organ, electric piano

Releases information

Produced in 2006; remixed and released in 2008

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Review by Cesar Inca
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4 stars What a lovely composition by Robert Wyatt!... And what a lovely re-interpretation is the one that Honduras Libregrupo elaborated here in this downloadable CD single! Originally released as a free CD, it is currently (I don't know for how long) through the band's website. The band really did a fine job retaining the original composition's essence, not deconstructing it but reconstructing with an enhanced sonic power that helps the lead guitar soloing make sense in the overall instrumentation: the final synthesizer solo completes the song's mood in a very extroverted manner without killing its evocative core. This performance is very focused on old fashioned psychedelia, enriched with the inclusion of jazz-oriented cadences - this is what this song might have sounded like had it been recorded by a proper full band in the style of Matching Mole (first album) or Hatfield & the North (second album). The Spanish lyrics reflect the original melancholy, while the vocal delivery states a rougher spirit when compared to Wyatt's own singing. As you can see, this cover has been a very creative labor of preservation and innovation. Please, do yourself a favor and download this song... as soon as possible!

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