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NOITE

Sangre De Muerdago

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Medianoite (3:27)
2. Xuramento (5:27)
3. O Canto Do Luar (3:41)
4. A Chamada De Néboa (5:19)
5. Roubando O Viño Do Fauno (3:06)
6, Longa Noite De Pedra (6:03)
7. A Danza Das Ánimas (4:52)
8. Lume De Solsticio (3:12))
9. O Camiñante Coxo (5:12)
10. Mariñeiros (3:41))
11. O Descanso (3:47)
12. O Amor (4:53)

Total time 52:40

Line-up / Musicians

- Pablo C. Ursusson / Classical guitar, hurdy gurdy, square drum, shaker, voice, composer & arranger

With:
- Erik Heimansberg / flute (2,4,6,7,9,11), vocals (3,6,7,11), bodhrán (5)
- Asia Kindred Moore / Celtic harp (2-7,9,11), vocals (3,4,7,11), crickets (6)
- Georg Börner / nyckelharpa (1,2,4-7,9-12), vocals (3,7,9,11,12), shaker (3,10), viola (2,4,6-8)

Releases information

Artwork: Marina Girardi

CD Sick Man Getting Sick Records ‎- SIM-027 (2018, Germany)

LP Neuropa Records ‎- NRP094 (2018, Europe)

FLAC download - bandcamp.com

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Review by kenethlevine
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog-Folk Team
4 stars The latest full length release of SANGRE DE MUERDAGO as of this writing is probably their most polished, with more multilayered vocal harmonies that impart a devotional character, and noteworthy guest contributions on Celtic harp and flute. Whereas previous albums utilized occasional tin whistle and recorder, the prevalence of flute on the best tracks is no coincidence, its sensual gravitas infusing these numbers that a scrawny whistle could barely pierce.

Still, gentility rules in Pablo Ursusson's world, the general uniformity building strength with each advancing track, initiated by the sweetly melancholic instrumental "Medianoite" (Midnight) and attaining its apex on "Longue Noite de Pedra" with its real and simulated nature effects; a lullabye-like melody; and transformative flute figure; and "A Danza Das Ánimas", masterful in its own right, but with an official video I recommend you seek out.

With Ursusson hitting all the pan Celtic erogenous zones up to that point, the last 5 numbers include 3 hurdy gurdy-heavy pieces that, while fine in their own right, break the hypnotic spell like a duck's foot trying to extinguish a fire. The effect is of a more exclusive club of hurdy gurdy fanciers than I think I would want to join, if in fact they would have me.

11th hour alterations notwithstanding, "Noite" comes highly recommended as music for any time of night (or day) that invites contemplation.

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