Crunia “Rua Cega”

Crunia “Rua Cega”

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Rua Cega
Edigal (Spain) 1986
EDL-70.015 (LP)
sleeve : EX(TEOC, wear on edge and corner.)
media : VG+/VG+(some slightly surface noises caused by small and slightly scratches.)

The Madrid group Crunia was formed in the early 1980s by bassist Baldo Martinez, drummer Fernando Llorca, and pianist Nani Garcia, all of whom are still active in the Spanish contemporary jazz scene. While introducing digital synthesizers such as the YAMAHA DX-7, the album presents urban contemporary jazz with a sophisticated atmosphere similar to German ECM and Scandinavian music throughout. The album is engineered by Eugenio Munoz of Mecanica Popular and Randomize, the Spanish electronics giants featured in both the first and revised editions of the guidebook "OBSCURE SOUND", and has a transparency sound that can only be found in the mid-80s.

A3: Tempo
B1: Aldea

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