Arturo Meza “Requiem”

Arturo Meza “Requiem”

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Arturo Meza
Gente De Mexico (Mexico) 1988
GM-008 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(Corner wear, creases, light stains)
media : VG+/VG+(Slight dust noise/light dust noise in some areas,a small noise due to a small pressing error)

This is the sixth album by Mexican singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Arturo Meza, who has left many works depicting the ancient civilization and history of Mexico. The album was recorded at the Luis Enrique Erro Planetarium and AREA Studio at the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico City, and although the details are not known, it seems to be based on the theme of the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire in medieval Mexico. The album was recorded at AREA Studio with <Luis Enrique Erro>. Like Jorge Reyes and Antonio Zeoeda, with whom he has collaborated in the past, this work is full of originality as only a Mexican avant-garde musician who deeply explores his own roots and sublimates them into music.

A: Requiem
B: Requiem (Crucifixo)

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