Federico Aubele ‎– Gran Hotel Buenos Aires

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1 Ante Tus Ojos
Vocals – Sumaia
4:20
2 Postales
Vocals – Gabriela Mairu
4:07
3 Despertar
Vocals – Sumaia
2:45
4 El Amor De Este Pueblo
Vocals – Evita
3:38
5 Esta Noche
Vocals – Gabriela Mairu
4:10
6 Diario De Viaje
Vocals – Sumaia
4:27
7 Mona
Vocals – Gonzalo Garces
1:57
8 Salvación
Vocals – Federico Aubele
3:31
9 Contigo
Bongos, Congas – Rene (2)Trumpet – Brad Clemens*Vocals – Gabriela MairuVocals [Chorus] – Capricho, Federico Aubele
3:46
10 Malena
Bongos – Rene (2)Vocals – La Susi
3:54
11 Un Lugar
Bongos – Rene (2)Vocals – Sumaia
4:18
12 Besos De Sal
Trumpet – Brad Clemens*Vocals – Sumaia
3:14

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Recorded at: ESL Studios (Washington DC), El Loto Azul (Buenos Aires) Estudio Super Ratón (Berlin).
Mixed at ESL Studio.
Mastered at Masterdisc, New York.

© ℗ 2003 Eighteenth Street Lounge Music (ESL MUSIC)

Issued as a standard jewel box housed in a cardboard sheath.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 95103 00722 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 795103007222
  • Matrix / Runout: ESL72
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L043
  • Mould SID Code (Var.1): ifpi 1643
  • Mould SID Code (Var.2): IFPI 1697

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chlorophil

chlorophil

February 11, 2017

all i gotta say any fan of gotan or thievery corporation will enjoy this album, and i have seen this album live with the whole band and thievery corporation wasn't there and was one of the best shows i've witnessed, i also have seen gotan project many times and its a whole band there with them as well. all in all its great music tango dub with the thievery flavor to it and a great addition to any collection i have this on cd and vinyl! his newer albums even sounding better than his first offering!!
marsipan

marsipan

April 29, 2005
edited over 16 years ago

One thing is sure - the guitar is Federico´s. This album is a brilliant debut, where the latin atmosphere and rythms have been seamlessly blended with the trippy electronic atmosphere of TC. For me this is much more satisfactory than related projects, like "Gotan" - instead of cuting and pasting latin music, this album IS latin music, and at the same time IS electronic music. These are true sounds of the future, transgressing barriers and inviting the question: what is latina, and what is electronica ?...
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 6, 2004

The question to ask with Federico Abuele’s debut album, <I>Granhotelbuenosaires</I>, is how much is Federico and how much is the Thievery Corporation. No doubt about it, the Thievery Corporation stamp is there: sloping dub rhythms, sleepy mellowness. But the tracks themselves have an unmistakable Latin flair; that could only be Aubele’s doing. Far from simply adding some Spanish vocals, Aubele’s compositions seem to reach back to his Argentine roots. There are some lovely songs here, such as “Esta Noche” and “Salvacion,” which are all delicacy and grace. “Contigo” adds some horns to the prevalent Spanish guitars to tremendous effect. “Besos De Sal” brings some sunshine to lighten up the end of the album. An impressive debut.