Various ‎– Música Sin Fronteras Vol. I

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GASA ‎– 6GA-0420
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A1 Wim Mertens Maximizing The Audience
Written-By – Wim Mertens
11:40
A2 Richard Stoltzman Begin Sweet World
Written-By – Douglas*
3:12
A3 Suzanne Ciani The Velocity Of Love
Written-By – Suzanne Ciani
4:27
B1 Michael Nyman Chasing Sheep Is Best Left To Shepherds
Written-By – Michael Nyman
2:33
B2 Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin The Plains Of Boyle
Written-By – Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin
3:20
B3 Philip Glass The Photographer (Act. I - A Gentleman's Honor)
Written-By – Philip Glass
3:16
B4 The Lounge Lizards* Bob The Bob
Written-By – John Lurie
2:05
B5 Adolfo Rivero Follow Me
Written-By – Adolfo Rivero
4:33
C1 Lito Vitale Ese Amigo Del Alma
Written-By – Lito Vitale
12:53
C2 Frank Fischer Cafe Del Mar
Written-By – Frank Fischer
5:34
C3 Anne Clark Poem Without Words II - Journey By Night
Written-By – Anne Clark, Charlie Morgan
3:34
D1 Vangelis Metallic Rain
Written-By – Vangelis
6:21
D2 Never Been There Galapagos
Written-By – Rudi Zapf, Wolfgang Neumann-Schätzler*
7:23
D3 Mike Herting The Cutting Of The Trees
Written-By – Mike Herting
5:42
D4 Luis Delgado Y Alquibla Top Kapi Saraji
Written-By – Luis Delgado
2:23
D5 Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares Mrs. Nedelja Became Famous
Written-By – Stefan Kanev
2:57

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Released in a gatefold sleeve.

Made in Spain

Imagen: Antonio Bueno. "El Jardín" 1990

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 414762 604208
  • Barcode (String): 8414762604208
  • Rights Society: S.G.A.E.
  • Depósito Legal: M-47443-90

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9GA-0420 Various Música Sin Fronteras Vol. I(2xCD) GASA 9GA-0420 Spain 1991 Sell This Version
5GA-0420 Various Música Sin Fronteras Vol. I(2xCass, Comp) GASA 5GA-0420 Spain 1991 Sell This Version

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Risingson

Risingson

July 9, 2009
edited 4 months ago
GASA, the record label created for and by the wonderful spanish group Esclarecidos, did something unexpected at the mid 90's: sell a very risky compilation, and selling it very well, disguising it as New Age, and popularizing lots of artists unknown in Spain because of it. New Age sounded good as a label of music, like that kind of music that opened your spirit and enhanced your mind - here there was no knowledge of ambient music or such - so, when this was released, lots of spaniards were introduced, in a sudden, to chillout (Frank Fischer), new clasical and minimalistic (Philip Glass, Wim Mertens - who gained nearly absurd reputation then -, Michael Nyman), some ethnic mixes (Luis Delgado, Le Mystere des Voixes Bulgares) and some experimental jazz (Lounge Lizards). Even Anne Clark is featured here! It's like they took a sample from musicians and artists that were only known in certain circles and featured them here to pick up the curiosity of people. There are moments when quality is sold in a very broad scale and with unexpected success, and I love when those things happens. Thanks to that this kind of music grew on many people, and in years to come, opened the gates to styles like electronica. I'm sure Suso Saiz had something to do with the compilation, and I'm sure he must be proud of it. What it's better: it works perfectly as relaxing music, and has a really unknown marvel: "Galapagos" by Never Been There, which somehow is standing the test of time.