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Shake Away
VerfasserIn: Downs, Lila
Verfasserangabe: Lila Downs
Jahr: 2008
Verlag: Blue Note
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc
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1. Little Man2. Ojo De Culebra featuring La Mari 3. Minimum Wage4. Perro Negro featuring Ixaya Mazatzin Tleyotl 5. Yo Envidio El Viento6. Skeleton 7. Black Magic Woman featuring Raul Midón8. I Would Never 9. Justicia featuring Enrique Bunbury 10. Taco de Palabras 11. Los Pollos featuring Gilberto Gutierrez12. Tierra De Luz featuring Mercedes Sosa 13. Silent Thunder 14. Shake Away15. I Envy The Wind16. Nothing But The Truth Along with jazz, she was slowly developing a more intense, folkloric style that began to rear its head on 1997's La Sandunga (released in the U.S. on BMG in 1999), whose title track and "La Llorana" offered a hearty passion not to be heard on her jazzier efforts. That vocal promise was fulfilled in 2000 with the release of Tree of Life, the lyrics of which were largely derived from the religious codices of the Mixteca and Zapotec people. The album was recorded in Oaxaca, where Downs and Cohen were sustained by a foundation grant, although their home base remains Mexico City. The next year, Downs issued Border (La Linea). In 2004 Una Sangre (One Blood) was released, followed by 2006's La Cantina. Lila Downs' Shake Away is easily the most polished and refined release since she released Ofrenda in 1994. By turns, it is also the most ambitious. Co-produced by Downs, longtime collaborators Paul Cohen, Brian Lynch, and Aneiro Taño, these 16 songs (13 plus three bonus cuts) are a wild mix of cumbias, folks songs, rancheras, blues, and rock tunes that are originals and covers. The latter include an excellent and wildly unusual reading of "Black Magic Woman" with songwriter/guitarist Raul Midón. There is a fine version of Paul Buchanan's (of Blue Nile fame) "I Would Never," and a stunning version of Lucinda Williams' "I Envy the Wind" (offered twice — in Spanish and in English) with a fine muted trumpet solo by Brian Lynch. (amg)
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VerfasserIn: Downs, Lila
VerfasserInnenangabe: Lila Downs
Jahr: 2008
Verlag: Blue Note
Systematik: CD.11, CD.10
Beschreibung: 1 CD
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc