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SACHA SILVA ''PENTECOST'' [CANADA-SRI LANKA,2011]@ [259k VBR]

28/05/2011 16:14 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

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SACHA SILVA 

''PENTECOST'' 

[CANADA-SRI LANKA, 2011]@

"JA sombrosa belleza y sofisticación... Sacha Silva tiene una impresionante voz cautivadoraque deja una impresión duradera."

- CDBaby.com

"Arte manifiesto que da a la música la ultima palabra."

- Rootsworld.com

Sacha Silva es un canadiense con sangre srilanquesa y búlgara cuya música crece a partir de su doble vida como guitarrista-compositor y trotamundo-economista. Junto con la cantante Munya B. (Reino Unido / India), el compositor Drew Morgan (Reino Unido / EE.UU.), el percusionista Rohin Khemani (Canadá / India) y el violonchelista Elliott Green (EE.UU.), la banda crea un nuevo tipo de música del mundo dirigida a una nueva generación de cosmopolitas, viajeros, expatriados y mestizos. La mezcla excepcional de influencias españoles, hindúes y música clásica de la banda reflejan su fundación en el entorno multi-étnico de Londres. Su audaz y notable sonido rápidamente recibió críticas entusiastas dentro la comunidad de músico del mundo. Su primer CD Susurro fue calificado en Cdbaby.com en la selección del redactor con cinco estrellas, que se refirió a este trabajo como una obra "inolvidable, apasionante y sorprendente, asombrosa belleza y sofisticación".

imageLos críticos y DJs en cuatro continentes llaman a su último CD, Anatomy of a Coup, un "audaz e impresionante producción [de] arte manifiesto que da a la música la ultima palabra" (Revista Rootsworld) y "un bello álbum que resalta la resistencia del espíritu humano ... Sacha Silva se une a un grupo de músicos muy especiales como Nitin Sawhney, Rupa and the April Fishes, que unen música de manera magistral con una evaluación de la condición humana." (Revista SAMAR). El CD se basa en dos años de viaje de Sacha por el Micronesia, África subsahariana, América Latina y el Caribe, y se inspiró en el golpe militar en Fiji en el 2006. Anatomy of a Coup se grabo en los idílicos estudios Hatch, ubicados en la parte rural de Inglaterra y su preproducción se hizo en la calle Noray en el sur de España.

La banda se formó en Londres en 2000, cuando tres trotamundos terminaron como vecinos:

Sacha, estudiando economía después de tres años de presentaciones de flamenco y música hindú por los Estados Unidos, España y India; Munya, estudiando economía después de varios años de presentaciones en la estación de radio All Indian Radio, y Drew, un becado de la Academia de Música Royal en Londres quien se acababa de mudar de Chicago. Los tres estudiantes comenzaron a realizar juntos presentaciones y grabaciones, inspirados por la idea de desarrollar un nuevo tipo de música multicultural. El trío se convirtió en un quinteto en 2007 con la llegada del percusionista Rohin Khemani (amigo de la infancia de Sacha) y el violonchelista Elliott Green, actualmente el esposo de Munya. Los miembros de la banda se encuentran radicadosactualmente en Málaga (España), Bogotá (Colombia), Nueva York (EE.UU.) y Oxford (ReinoUnido).

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Sacha Silva

Pentecost

Sacha Silva, Canadian-born of Sri Lankan and Bulgarian blood, leads a double life as a guitarist-composer and globe-trotting development economist. Together with singer Munya B, composer and cellist Drew Morgan, percussionist Rohin Khemani, cellist Elliott Green, and flautist Eliza Marshall, the globe trotting ensemble returns with a vibrant but subtle new recoding that fuses the various members roots in the music of India, Andalusia, contemporary classical and much more.

In keeping with their artistic sensibilities, this CD is currently packaged in gorgeous a limited-edition package wrapped in raw canvas cloth printed with lyrics and artwork.

Sacha Silva is Canadian-born of Sri Lankan and Bulgarian blood, whose music grows from his double life as a guitarist-composer and globe-trotting development economist. Together with singer Munya B, composer Drew Morgan, percussionist Rohin Khemani, cellist Elliott Green, and flautist Eliza Marshall the band creates a new kind of world music, one which speaks to a new generation of global wanderers, travelers, immigrants, expats and half-breeds.

The band's unique and accessible blend of Spanish, Indian and modern classical influences reflect the band's beginnings in the global melting-pot of London. Their bold, remarkable sound quickly garnered rave reviews throughout the world music community right from their debut CD Susurro, which was called "unforgettable, passionate and startling [with] jaw-dropping beauty and sophistication" by indie pioneers CDBaby.com in a five star "Editor's Pick" review.

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imageCritics and DJs on four continents called their second CD, Anatomy of a Coup, an "audacious [and] impressionistic recording that gives music the last say" (Rootsworld magazine) and "a beautiful album [that] celebrates the resilience of the human spirit... Sacha Silva joins a very special group of musicians like Nitin Sawhney [and] Rupa and the April Fishes, who marry masterful musicianship with insightful examinations of the human condition." (SAMAR Magazine). The CD is based on Sacha's two-year journey through the South Pacific, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean and was inspired by the 2006 military coup in Fiji.

The band's 3rd recording, Pentecost, brings a more organic, improvised and "live" sound echoing the early 1970s recording of world music pioneers such as John McLaughlin's Shakti.

The band was formed in London in 2000 when three global wanderers ended up as next-door neighbors: Sacha, studying trade and poverty after three years of performing flamenco and Indian classical music in San Francisco, Southern Spain and New Delhi; Munya, studying economic development after years of performing for All-India Radio; and Drew, a Fellow of Composition at the Royal Academy of Music in London who'd just moved from Chicago. These three students began performing and recording together, inspired by the idea of making a new kind of world music. The trio is now a sextet with the addition of percussionist (and Sacha's childhood friend) Rohin Khemani, cellist (and now Munya's husband) Elliott Green and flautist Eliza Marshall.

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The sounds of Andalusia, India and London colliding in an energetic and acoustic London-based sextet.

Pentecost is the third album from Sacha Silva, packaged in a limited-edition, large-format, never-before-seen raw canvas cloth artwork specially designed for the band by GraphicNomad.

imageSacha Silva's critically acclaimed blend of Spanish, Indian and modern classical music grows from his double life as a guitarist-composer and globe-trotting development economist. Together with singer Munya B, cellist/composer Drew Morgan, flautist Eliza Marshall and percussionist Rohin Khemani, the band creates a new kind of world music: a bold, energetic and acoustic mix that speaks to a new generation of global wanderers, travelers, immigrants, expats and half-breeds.

The band's bold and remarkable sound quickly garnered rave reviews throughout the world music community right from their debut CD âSusurroâ, which was called "unforgettable, passionate and startling [with] jaw-dropping beauty and sophistication" by CDBaby.com in a five star "Editor's Pick" review.

Critics and DJs on four continents called their second CD Anatomy of a Coup an "audacious [and] impressionistic recording that gives music the last say" (Rootsworld magazine) and "a beautiful album [that] celebrates the resilience of the human spirit... Sacha Silva joins a very special group of musicians like Nitin Sawhney [and] Rupa and the April Fishes, who marry masterful musicianship with insightful examinations of the human condition." (SAMAR Magazine).

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Tracks: 1. The Song of Fear and Love 2. The Atheist Song 3. The Charukeshi Song 4. The Song of Separation 5. The Blood Song 6. The Pentecost Song 7. The Percussion Song (Matsya) 8. The Song of the Way (Mawate Gite) 9. The Shipwreck Song 10. The Last Song (Shri)

 


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