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Benítez & Valencia*Impossible Love Songs From Sixties Quito

Label:Honest Jon's Records – HJRLP83
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Folk, World, & Country
Style:Andean Music

Tracklist

A1Lamparilla
Composed ByMiguel Ángel Casares*
A2Súplica
Composed ByCésar Baquero
A3Tormentos
Composed ByVíctor Valencia*
A4Lindos Ojos
FeaturingMarco Tulio Hidrobo
A5Quimera
Composed BySegundo Jiménez
A6Corazón Que No Olvida
Composed BySegundo Cueva Celi
B1Las Tres Marías
FeaturingConjunto Caife
B2Dicha
B3Mi Panecillo Querido
Composed ByVíctor de Veintimilla*
B4Sombras
Music ByCarlos Brito
B5Amor De Mi Linda Guambra
C1Vestida De Azul
Composed ByRubén Uquillas
FeaturingConjunto Caife
C2Amor En Tus Ojos
Composed ByGonzalo Benítez
C3Árbol Frondoso
Composed ByGuillermo Garzón
C4Carnaval De Guaranda
Composed ByTradicional*
C5Plegaria
D1Tus Ojeras
Composed ByCarlos Brito
D2Limosna
D3Invocación Sentimental
Composed ByFlavio Brito*
D4Nocturno
Composed ByHomero Iturralde
FeaturingConjunto Caife
D5Desesperación
D6Imploración Indígena
Composed ByPedro Echeverría*
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Runout etched]): HJRLP83 A [email protected]&m 33⅓RPM [-56998-] [stamped]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Runout etched]): HJRLP83 B [email protected]&m 33⅓RPM [-56998-] [stamped]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C [Runout etched]): HJRLP83 C [email protected]&m 33⅓RPM [-56999-] [stamped]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D [Runout etched]): HJRLP83 D [email protected]&m 33⅓RPM [-56999-] [stamped]

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Impossible Love Songs From Sixties Quito (22×File, MP3, Compilation, 320 kbps)Honest Jon's RecordsnoneUK2021

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  • WonderSoil's avatar
    WonderSoil
    Edited 11 days ago
    Thank you Honest Jon's, once again, for your dedication and courage. I can't see an obvious customer target here, apart from some fairly wealthy Ecuadorians and some occasional anthropologically interested music lovers. I guess I personally fall into the second group, although I spent a handful of long winters in Ecuador between 2014-2020, and was in many ways "adopted" to the northern Andean culture.

    From the first moment I heard the harmonies of Andean folk music I felt "at home", and spent countless hours on markets buying pirate CDs with traditional recordings. Back in Europe in the summers I spent equally many hours in libraries, copying hordes of records from this specific space and time. No music touch me as deeply as the various Andean music traditions. If the concept of past lives is true I must've been an Andean farmer multiple times in the past.

    Nowadays, due to family responsibilities, I can only dream of going back to Ecuador physically. But these recordings awakens the passionate and mystically inclined part of my soul. Wonderfully packaged, and lovingly re-mastered from the original tapes. I can only applaud Honest Jon's for this project. I will cherish this record for many years to come, and will probably invest in the other Caife compilations soon enough.

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