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Gran Hotel Beunos Aires Import
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Top Customer Reviews
There are plenty of dub records out there, and plenty more from Argentina, but this may be worth your time if you dig mellow, haunting downtempo songs with both live and sampled vocals. Good music for chillin'.
The one drawback, I guess, is that this music can seem too-much like wallpaper or fashion music. But taken as part of a deep collection of music or for inclusion in mixes - I'd say this record rates as a classic of its genre. B+
And what a gem it turned out to be. Twelve rock-solid tracks of sensual, low-key music that combines a Brazilian-flavored guitar sound with warm Portuguese female vocalists-- all set to a Thievery Corporation-esque dub sound. Tremendous, and never forced or awkward. I'm not much of a fan of Latin music, but this is immediately accessible and very rewarding.
As much as I enjoy listening to it on my own, I suspect it'll be something I reach for when I'm with lady friends.
GET THIS CD IF YOU HAVE EARS TO HEAR!!!
All he songs start off the same and it becomes boring after the second cut, too much going on most of the songs, I bought this cd after listening to Los Amigos Invisibles produced by M.A.W. and was really looking forward to a Thievery produced cd.
I BEEN ROBBED.
Most recent customer reviews
Thievery corp have chosen another winner!
Federico's album is lush - full of downtempo, dubby sounds with a latin flair. Love the guitar work on all the tracks!
Take 1 part Up, Bustle, & Out....1 part Gotan project...and 1 part Theivery Corp. And you get Federico Aubele! This album is smooth from start to finish! Read morePublished on May 11 2004
Simply awesome. Groovy bass, tango tunes, mesmerizing vocals & Thievery Corp production. I don't buy CD's very much anymore but I'm glad I got this one.(...)Published on April 18 2004 by Eric Thornton
This is a great contribution to music now. Federico has combined seemingly contradictory styles of Tango and easy listening. Reggae hints, sultry female vocals, all in SPANISH.. Read morePublished on March 26 2004
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