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EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 239 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 92 Mb | Scans - 73 Mb | 00:39:56
Jazz Fusion, Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock | Label: Jazz Engine, Pirames International
Light and darkness, cosmic space, deserts, poetry, science, myth: all this is Encelado (Auand), second studio album for Luz, in the century Giacomo Ancillotto (guitar), Igor Legari (double bass) and Federico Scettri (drums) , succeeding Federico Leo from 2017.
An "interstellar" album composed of 9 original tracks that combines a multitude of perspectives and reflections around the stars and the cosmos. The privileged point of view is that of the man who, from Earth, scrutinizes the sky in search of the mystery of the origin. From the spaceships capable of bringing the man into orbit to the soulless demons of the Amazon, the Luz is a narrative halfway between science and magic that does not give up even a touch of self-irony. And on this contrast between opposites, between realism and magic, the album cover also plays, Tres hombres con sillas donated to the ensemble by the Chilean painter Juan Martinez Bengoechea, to whom one of the tracks on the album is dedicated.
1. Soyuz! (04:03)
2. Chullachaqui (05:40)
3. Atacama (06:28)
4. Bengoechea (04:58)
5. Ground Control (04:12)
6. Hum (04:55)
7. Shapiro (02:39)
8. Ballyhoo (04:24)
9. Fricus (02:36)