Mariana Garcia Vigil
Sondor (Uruguay) 1981
144.162 (LP) spread-leaf jacket
sleeve : VG(RW,SPSE/TOC:Tape repair on the back, corner wear on the side, dirt)
media : VG/VG(a light chirping noise due to light scratches, a few small pressings errors,B:Some scratches on the outer circumference)
This is the first solo album by Mariana Garcia Vigil, a fimele singer from Montevideo, Uruguay, released in 1981. Mariana Garcia Vigil is a traditional Uruguayan singer who adds a touch of Bossa Nova and Latin music to traditional folk music. The B-side, featuring the Fattoruso brothers Hugo and Osvaldo and Pippo Spera of the Eduardo Mateo connection, is noteworthy for its emotional cover of a score by Ivan Lins and Vistor Martins that sounds like Litto Nebbia. B1 is a cover of a score by Ivan Lins and Vistor Martins with an emotional arrangement by Litto Nebbia, B2 is a bossa jazz tune with a mellow touch and a tropical atmosphere, B4 is a super spacy synthesizer with a light candomblé rhythm and an elegant yet passionate vocal, and B5 is a relaxing lounge jazz tune.
There are a few scratches on the outer edge of the B-side that look like they were scratched with a cutter. Petite noise ends at the same time as B1 is played.