Ojos de Brujo - Aocana flac mp3
Ojos de Brujo ("Sorcerer Eyes" in English) was a nine-piece band from Barcelona who describe their style as "jipjop flamenkillo" (hip-hop with a little flamenco). The band sold over 100,000 copies of their self-produced Barí album, and has received several awards, among these the BBC Radio 3 World Music Award for Europe in 2004 (having also been nominated in 2003).
Album · 2009 · 12 Songs. More By Ojos de Brujo. Corriente Vítal 10 Años.
Ojos de Brujo have taken up where they left off, with even more panache and enthusiasm, says Robin Denselow. Ojos de Brujo: Aocaná.
This album has an average beat per minute of 111 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 89/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 109BPM (-1), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ojos de Brujo. Al Lindrum Presents: Ojos de Brujo Reworked. Corriente vital: 10 años.
After two superb albums, it's perhaps inevitable that Ojos de Brujo can't quite keep up the magnificence. After expanding their horizons to great effect with Techari, they try the same trick again, although it doesn't work as well, because most of the material isn't as strong, with the possible exception of "Donde Te Has Metio," a neo-rap that's a perfect vehicle for vocalist Marina Abad and a pair of flamenco guitars, blending old and new perfectly.
1. Todos mortales Lyrics.
Ojos de Brujo: Aocana by Chris May, published on April 19, 2009. Live performance is the sine qua non of Ojos de Brujo, and the group's 2009 concerts, and the live CD and accompanying DVD which are likely to follow Aocana, should be bliss. Meanwhile, this superbly crafted studio set is a jewel. Ole, Ojos de Brujo! Production Note: Aocana is simultaneously released in single disc and double disc formats. The latter's second disc comprises seven compelling remixes and an extra track, "Todos Remezclados," a promising Indo-flamenco work-in-progress
Meanwhile, Ojos de Brujo's music has become almost synonymous with the sound of their city and spawned several imitators. This fourth album is familiar enough to please old fans, but they have more than doubled the number of guests and collaborators used on previous album Techarí (2006), further enriching their stylistic palette. Lead singer Marina La Canillas Abad continues to provide the group’s most distinctive trademark – a brash, slightly melismatic vocal style, which is often multi-tracked or backed with her own close harmony vocals.
Артист: Ojos De Brujo Название: Aocana Жанр: Pop Год выхода: 2009 О музыке: About Band. Ojos de Brujo ("Eyes of the Sorcerer" in English) is a nine-piece band from Barcelona, Spain, who describe their style as "jipjop flamenkillo" (hip-hop with a little flamenco). The band sold over 100,000 copies of their self-produced Bar album, and has received several awards, among these the BBC Radio 3 World Music Award for Europe in 2004 (having also been nominated in 2003).
|1||Todos Mortales||Ojos de Brujo||3:09|
|2||Nueva Vida||Ojos de Brujo||4:11|
|3||Donde Te Has Metio (||Ojos de Brujo||3:16|
|4||Correveidile||Ojos de Brujo||4:08|
|5||Rumba del Adiós||Ojos de Brujo||3:39|
|6||Una Verdad Incomoda||Ojos de Brujo||5:03|
|7||Baraka||Ojos de Brujo||3:40|
|8||Tócale Ya||Ojos de Brujo||4:40|
|9||Busca Lo Bueno||Ojos de Brujo||4:14|
|10||Tantas Flores||Ojos de Brujo||4:40|
|11||Perico y Juliana||Ojos de Brujo||3:55|
|12||Lluvia||Ojos de Brujo||10:25|