Suburbano "Marismas"

Suburbano "Marismas"

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Condition Guidelines

Guimbarda (Spain) 1980
GS-11095 (LP) coated gatefold sleeve.
sleeve : EX-(TEOC, wear on some parts of edge and corner.)
media : EX/EX-(side B has some light surface noises caused by slightly hairlines.)

The second album by Suburbano, a Spanish trad-folk/jazz-rock group led by percussionist Bernardo Fuster, was released in 1980. A1, features flute and violin overlaid with folklore melodies and percussion with a sense of attack that resonates comfortably in the sonic space, and B1, has a pleasant contrast between the dry rhythm of the tabla and the wet feel of the electric guitar. This is a masterpiece that includes ethnic jazz with a new age feeling similar to Finis Africae, and traditional jazz rock with a progressive development reminiscent of the Basque school.

A1: Melocoton
B1: Aguamarga

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