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The Studio Ensemble - From Other Lands No. 10 - South America FLAC album


Performer: The Studio Ensemble
Genre: Latin / Folk and World music / Stage and Screen
Title: From Other Lands No. 10 - South America
Released: 1980
Style: Theme
FLAC version ZIP size: 1285 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1346 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1529 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 571
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Tracklist

A1 Festival In Rio 1:52
A2 Frontier Meeting 2:30
A3 Rio Grande 1:32
A4 Inca Sunset 0:50
A5 La Cucuracha 0:30
A6 Village Of The Incas 1:30
A7 Tango Argentine 2:38
A8 Hombre (Version 1) 2:23
A9 Hombre (Version 2) 0:30
A10 Bandito 2:02
A11 Siesta 2:21
B1 Gauchos 2:10
B2 Inca Princess 1:17
B3 Road To La Paz 2:00
B4 Bolivar 1:01
B5 Samba Special 1:28
B6 Ancient Ruin 0:44
B7 Guaracha 1:19
B8 Rancheros 1:26
B9 Sombrero 1:10
B10 Juanita 1:38
B11 Conga Time 1:39
B12 Conga Rhythm 1:40
B13 Street Conga 1:10

Credits

  • Composed By – J. Leach*
  • Producer – John Hyde
Malaris
Pretty nice LP here. Not the most mind blowing library I've ever heard, but if you like South American music you should really dig this. The album is mostly traditional South American dance pieces and things like that. Lots of nice rhythm sections and various drumming, etc. Has some really nice moments, especially the parts that remind me of an Ennio Morricone soundtrack to a western. I give it a 4/5, as I would have liked to heard more of those Morricone moments. Overall it's still a nice listen. 4/5