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Andadas

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Angelo
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El Equipaje Del Destierro
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Quererte Morena A Muerte
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Fina Estampa
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Ella
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Cinque Terre
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Tata San Juan
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Cueca De La Ausencia
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Mulata
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Araucarias
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Canna Austina
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 44:11

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Andadas

backan77

One of the best groups of chile, representing with fidelity the identity of southamerica wit a rich mixture of instruments, sounds and textures.

They Say All Music Guide

The very fact that Inti-Illimani were able to record Andadas in Santiago, Chile, is encouraging. When the Augusto Pinochet regime was executing numerous people in the 1970s, the exiled members of Inti-Illimani would have been risking their lives by even setting foot anywhere in Chile. Andadas is indeed the work of a very distinctive band. When soulful offerings like “Cueca de la Ausencia,” “Angelo,” and “Tata San Juan” are playing, one is reminded just how recognizable Inti-Illimani’s music is. Both the music of South American Indians (Chilean as well as Peruvian and Bolivian) and the Spanish have had a major impact on the outfit’s enriching sound. South American and Afro-Cuban elements are a potent mixture on “Mulata,” while the ballad “Ella” (a real tear-jerker) looks to Mexican mariachi music for inspiration. Included in the CD booklet are English-language translations of Inti’s lyrics. – Alex Henderson

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