Da Lata ‎– Songs From The Tin

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Palm Pictures ‎– PALMCD 2012-2
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1 Binti
Vocals – Dierdre Dubois
5:52
2 Cores
Vocals [Yoruba] – Adekoye Williams, Abayomi James*
3:26
3 Rain Song
Percussion – Carl Smith (4)Vocals – Nina Miranda
4:25
4 Borboleta
Cello – Celloman
4:11
5 Prá Manhã
Melodica – Danny Hammond (2)
6:12
6 Tregua 1:48
7 Inaê
Effects – Patrick Forge
3:54
8 Indo
Percussion – Carl Smith (4)Trombone – Dennis Rollins
4:10
9 Rio Vida
Drums – Tristan BanksSoprano Saxophone – Nathan Haines
4:43
10 The Tin Within 2:36

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 60200 20122 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 660200201227

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PALMLP 2012-1 Da Lata Songs From The Tin(2xLP) Palm Pictures PALMLP 2012-1 UK 2000 Sell This Version
PALMCD 2012-2 Da Lata Songs From The Tin(CD, Album) Palm Pictures PALMCD 2012-2 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CTCR-14162 Da Lata Songs From The Tin(CD, Album) Cutting Edge CTCR-14162 Japan 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 13, 2004

Da Lata, the downtempo supergroup of Patrick Forge and Chris Franck, deliver their album, <I>Songs from the Tin</I> -- it’s like a trip to Brazil without having to deal with begging street children. “Cores” has a tinge of sadness in it, something mournful in the drumming and the vocals (even though I don’t understand Yoruba or Portuguese). In fact, this melancholy becomes a motif throughout the album, popping up in “Rain Song” and “Inae.” The rhythms on the album stay true to the source; rather than opting for electronic versions of drums and maracas, the percussion sounds authentic. “Pra Manha” is a sweetly sublime piece of work. Some Brazilian sunshine comes through the clouds on “Indo” and “Rio Vida,” but, overall, Da Lata has done themselves proud.