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23-02-2016, 16:06
Soul | Funk | R&B | World | FLAC / APE

Title: Meu Kamba
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Akwaaba Music
Genre: RnB, Soul,Funk,Acid Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 00:47:17
Total Size: 319 Mb

01. Rocky Marsiano - Psycho Baio (03:37)
02. Rocky Marsiano - Dancante (03:20)
03. Rocky Marsiano - Tuta (03:06)
04. Rocky Marsiano - Genti (feat. Sagaz) (02:59)
05. Rocky Marsiano - Mexe Mexi (03:17)
06. Rocky Marsiano - Semba Assim (03:08)
07. Rocky Marsiano - Selva Rainha (03:48)
08. Rocky Marsiano - Kassula (feat. Sagaz) (02:45)
09. Rocky Marsiano - Da Banda (03:13)
10. Rocky Marsiano - Black Like Gold (03:36)
11. Rocky Marsiano - C.L. Suave (02:58)
12. Rocky Marsiano - Owyele (03:37)
13. Rocky Marsiano - Irri Birri (03:47)
14. Rocky Marsiano - Rengue Lengue (04:02)

There's something about the old streets of Lisbon - we even have one with a name that translates into "well of the blacks": you might be walking past a door and hear a bit of marrabenta and then, further down the street, there will be hints of semba, funana escaping from an open window of a car passing by. Lisbon is full of these sounds. And smells, and colours...
D-Mars, a producer who also goes by the name of Rocky Marsiano, grew as an artist in Lisbon, formed a hip hop group with guys with ties to Cape Verde and Angola. Africa was always close, always present. And hip hop taught him that vinyl records are pathways into the past and future when put to good use on the hands of a dj or in the inner circuits of an MPC sampler.
D-Mars, now residing in Amsterdam, challenged Rui Miguel Abreu, a friend, an ally, a co-conspirator on many past adventures, to select some records from his personal collection. The result was a batch of vinyl from Cape Verde and Angola, from Mozambique and Sao Tome.
All D-Mars had to do was to dive in, extract the deepest grooves from those significant slabs of black plastic and reimagine Africa with the help of his MPC. This is the result: re-edits with the soul of classic african vinyl, beats that try to answer to the the wildest of questions - what if b-boys danced to semba instead of funk?

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karahuevo   User offline   2 June 2016 22:41

Que bueno
Muchas gracias

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