Trovati 7 documenti.
Trovati 7 documenti.
[S.l.] : EMI, Manhattan Records, 2008
Abstract: Personnel: Lila Downs (vocals); Ken Basman (guitar); Juancho Herrera, Raul Mid¢n (guitars); Angelito Chacon (acoustic guitar); Rob Curto (accordion); Paul Cohen (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Anat Cohen (clarinet); Brian Lynch (trumpet); Clark Gayton (trombone, tuba); Booker King (bass guitar); Yayo (drums, percussion); Gilberto Gutierrez (pandeiro); Celso Duarte, Samuel Torres (percussion).On 2008's SHAKE AWAY, her first album for the Manhattan label, Mexican-American singer-songwriter Lila Downs unveils a lively and eclectic set that draws on both aspects of her heritage. Highlights of the record include a brassy cover of Santana's "Black Magic Woman" (with singer/guitarist Raul Midon) and the gentle Spanish-language tune "Tierra De Luz" (featuring Argentine folk legend Mercedes Sosa).
[S.l.] : Cirque du soleil, 2008
Abstract: Koozå is a touring circus production by Cirque du Soleil which premiered in Montréal, Canada, in 2007. The show was written and directed by David Shiner, who had previously worked as a clown in Cirque du Soleil's production of Nouvelle Expérience. His experience as a clown and his past work with Switzerland's Circus Knie and Germany's Circus Roncalli informed his work on Koozå. Composed by Jean-François Côté, the show's music was inspired by the music of India, pop music, 1970s funk, orchestral music, and film scores from the 1940s and 1950s. Below is a list of the tracks featured on the CD, which was released on June 24, 2008. The items in parentheses indicate the related act. (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Cuneiform, 2008
Abstract: Dreamland is the second studio album by American band Beat Circus. It was released on January 29, 2008 by Cuneiform Records, and shares its title with the turn-of-the-century Coney Island theme park which burned in a devastating fire in 1911. The album is a 150-page score for 9 musicians composed and arranged by Brian Carpenter and produced by Martin Bisi. Album artwork was created by Brian Dewan. Dreamland marks the first installment of Carpenter's Weird American Gothic trilogy