Alquimia ‎– "Coatlicue" Goddess Of The Earth

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Musica Onirica ‎– MOCD 002
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Coatlicue Diosa De La Tierra
1 Coatepec 2:39
2 Tlilan 1:49
3 Coatlicue 3:11
4 Festividades 2:56
5 Danza De Xilonem 4:27
6 La Dualidad De La Diosa 3:10
7 Procesion 2:45
8 Ofrenda 3:49
9 Sacrificio 5:53
10 Walkyrias 5:55
11 Alkaest
Guitar – Guillermo Suarez
4:20
12 Avatar
Percussion – Arturo RomoVoice – José Alvarez*
4:09
13 Aura
Guitar – Guillermo Suarez
3:35
14 Inquisición
Guitar, Bass – Guillermo SuarezPercussion [Trombatrón] – Arturo RomoVoice – José Alvarez*
3:28

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Credits

  • Voice, Piano, Synthesizer [Synthesizers], Sampler [Samplers], Percussion, Flute [Flutes], Effects [Acoustic And Electronic Effects], Arranged By [Arrangements Of These Instruments], Composed By [Composition Of All The Themes], Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed ByAlquimia

Notes

© Alquimia 1990, 1991
Reserved copyrights © 1992.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021958 450025
  • Barcode (String): 5021958450025
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DIDX-011990 2

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February 25, 2014
...a most fascinating concoction of musics. Playing the majority of the instruments herself, she proves to be as adept at combining pre-Hispanic music with electronics, as creating massed gothic choirs, or even setting medieval musics in a highly electronic futuristic context. She aims to dazzle, entrance, relax, and excite, and does so on all counts!
From my review in Audion #22, published in July 1992