Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Guillermo de la Roca - La Flûte Indienne : Aires del Tawantinsuyo (Disques Alvarès / BAM, EX1512)





Deep Andean folk melodies from Argentina & Bolivia. This is a sound which, to my ears, has a uniquely haunting way of evoking celebration and tragedy, all at once. This 4-song 45rpm EP, year currently unknown, was released in France by Disques Alvarès, an offshoot affiliate of the classic La Boite a Musique (BAM) record label. Vinyl rip by yours truly. 



Guillermo de la Roca - La Flûte Indienne : Aires del Tawantinsuyo (196x, Disques Alvarès / BAM, EX1512) 




7 comments:

Holly said...

I love this Nick, thank you.

Anonymous said...

killer. loving everything you've been putting up lately. many thanks!

keepnorrisclean said...

thanks

Anonymous said...

This is so nice. Thanks!

Harry Badaud
on Gundagurra land

Anonymous said...

greetings. i love your blog. can you please re-post "Elisabeth Waldo‎– Rites Of The Pagan". multiupload does'nt work anymore. i'd love to hear this album again. thanks and peace...

Anonymous said...

love the sound of the sample track. Any chance of this being re-uploaded?

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I love this & your mexican uploads too. Cant stop playing it. Where can I get more of this style of music?? Its hard to find! from BB