To my uncultured and lily white ears, this all sounds very enigmatic and mysteriously timeless. That being said, I'm sure many more better informed listeners will be able to pick apart the sonic genealogy and genre developments of this highly creative album. You'll probably really enjoy it either way!
Favorite track: Scalesia.
Yaw Tembe – flugelhorn, percussion and voice
Bernardo Álvares – double-bass, balafon and voice
Carlos Godinho – percussion and voice
Recorded in Sintra Mountains and later mixed and mastered in Goela by
Fernando Fadigas and Daniel Antunes Pinheiro.
Artwork and layout by C. Burius.
Limited to 250 copies from which only 50 are available through this store. The remaining copies are available directly from the band or other distros.
supported by 11 fans who also own “O Terceiro Corno”
I heard your interview with Jason Woodbury on Aquarium Drunkard's "Transmissions" podcast today. It was truly remarkable and touched my heart. I bought this album immediately afterward and am so grateful to you for this nourishing music in these strange, trying days. I hope I can time my next trip to Chicago to be able to see you perform live. Thank you! Michael Feltes