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(world music, afro-cuban, vocal jazz, soul) [WEB] Dayme Arocena (Daymé Arocena) - Nueva Era - 2015, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(world music, afro-cuban, vocal jazz, soul) [WEB] Dayme Arocena (Daymé Arocena) - Nueva Era - 2015, FLAC (tracks), lossless
Daymé Arocena / Nueva Era
Жанр: world music, afro-cuban, vocal jazz, soul
Носитель: WEB
Страна-производитель диска (релиза): UK | Cuba
Год издания: 2015
Издатель (лейбл): Brownswood Recordings
Страна исполнителя (группы): Cuba
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 00:38:02
Источник (релизер): вата (благодарности - mondomix) <= qobuz
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
01. Madres (5:46)
02. Drama (3:30)
03. Sin Empezar (2:52)
04. Don't Unplug My Body (4:59)
05. Dust (3:56)
06. Nueva Era (2:44)
07. Crystal (3:53)
08. El Ruso (4:44)
09. Nino (2:37)
10. Come to Me (3:02)
Доп. информация: http://havana-cultura.com/
Видео для аппетита:
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Об исполнителе | About Artist
Dayme Arocena displays a rare combination of youthful energy and very adult composure. She has an easy laugh and irradiates warmth, yet the power of her voice and the articulateness of her speech would make you think that she’s much older than twenty-two.
A native of Havana’s Diez de Octubre neighborhood, Dayme underlines the weight of her upbringing in the musician that she is today: “Diez de Octubre has an important Afro-Cuban influence. I was born and lived there all my life, so I have a strong base of the [Afro-Cuban] religion— the chants, the rituals and the celebrations.”
And, as it is often the case in Cuba, music was also a family affair: “When there was a celebration, my mom and my grandmother would sing and my uncles would play tumbadoras—or if there wasn’t one around they would just find a bucket and a stick and throw a great party.” As a child, Dayme was drawn to North American music: “I loved Whitney Houston—she was my idol!” On a very different note, her grandmother had her memorizing boleros from the 1960s and her dad, a huge fan of Louie Bellson, insisted that she discover jazz.
Dayme graduated from the music education system as a choir director. She began singing with Los Primos Big Band, mentored by Joaquín Betancourt, and deepened her connection with jazz: “The first standard that they gave me was My Funny Valentine. It was just handwritten on a sheet of paper and it was the first time I tried something like that. Generally, singers learn songs by listening to other singers. When you don’t know how to grasp the song, you have to sit down and analyze what the lyrics and the music say, how the musicians are accompanying you, and suddenly you’re singing jazz with an interpretation that is your own.”
A few years back, Dayme formed an all-girl jazz band called Alami. “Since I began doing jazz, I noticed that I was always the only girl in the group. So I told myself, ‘What’s up with the women?’ It’s not really feminism; it’s about balancing things out.” Three years ago, Alami was in the middle of a performance at Havana’s Jazz Plaza festival when a mysterious spectator armed with a baritone saxophone yelled, “Long live women!” before joining them for an improv session. As it turned out, Alami had unknowingly shared the stage with Jane Bunnett, a Canadian jazz artist that had been working with Cuban musicians, some of which were related to Dayme, for decades. They stayed in touch and Dayme was eventually invited to play in Canada. An album entitled Maqueque resulted from the collaboration between Jane Bunnet, Dayme and other female jazz musicians from Cuba.
In May 2014, a group of emerging electronic artists traveled to Havana with BBC radio host and globetrotter Gilles Peterson to produce original tracks with Cuban musicians for a new album in the Havana Cultura series. To acquaint them with the voices that they could work with, the producers attended an open mic at the iconic Bertolt Brecht concert space. A few acts into the evenings, a barefoot, white-clad Dayme took the stage and stole the show. “She’s a total knock-out,” says Gilles Peterson. “She could have done that performance on any radio station or TV show in the world!” Not only did she record four tracks with producers from Russia, Chile, South Africa and Switzerland, but she was invited to London to perform at the Havana Cultura Mix: The Soundclash album launch. While she was in town, she also recorded a solo album with Peterson’s label, Brownswood, with an expected release date in early 2015.
“I have a very strong voice, to put it simply. But when I sing, I also want people to appreciate the beauty of nuance and subtlety. I think when I combine both strength and intelligence is when I achieve my actual style as a soloist,” reflects Dayme before breaking into a chant invoking Yemaya, the Yoruba deity of the sea.
Об альбоме | About Album
This 22 year old Cuban Jazz singer is surely a star in the making - she writes and performs with an innovative style and incredible vocal technique. Her debut album 'Nueva Era' is released on Brownswood Record Label. Cuban singer, arranger, and composer Daymé Arocena has signed to Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings. A semi-professional singer since the age of eight, Daymé became lead singer with the big band Los Primos at fourteen and has performed with Winton Marsalis, among others.
“I was knocked out at her professionalism and people connection,” Gilles recalls about first meeting her. “She is so many things—a serious artist who knows exactly what she wants musically. I love her purity—she is deeply spiritual and involved in her Santeria studies. She is also a total laugh! Yes, Daymé is the truth.”
Nueva Era was recorded in just a few days in London and Havana, Cuba, produced by Gilles Peterson, his longtime collaborator Simbad, and Daymé herself. A strong jazz influence is clear throughout the album, as Daymé was advised by her teachers to explore beyond her classical Latin music training and listen to more jazz. “I started to listen to all the old singers even when I didn’t like them,” she says. “I don’t want to sound like an old woman! The first jazz singer I really liked was Ella [Fitzgerald], because she got me crazy when I listened to her scatting.”
Состав | Artists
Daymé Arocena - vocal
Oli Savill - percussion
Robert Mitchell - piano
Neil Charles - bass
22-летняя вокалистка и пианистка Дайме Аросена – ярчайшая представительница новой волны афро-кубинского джаза, обладающая инновационным композиторским стилем и невероятной вокальной техникой. В восьмилетнем возрасте Дайме была ведущей солисткой биг-бенда Los Primos, а в четырнадцатилетнем уже выступала на сцене с Уинтоном Марсалисом. Её дебютный альбом Nueva Era («Новая эра») был записан всего за несколько дней в Лондоне и Гаване. Его продюсером стал британский ди-джей, ведущий радиопрограмм BBC 6 Music и Worldwide, основатель лейбла Brownswood Recordings и глава этой компании Жиль Петерсон, который познакомился с Аросеной во время подготовки на Кубе одного из ди-джейских сетов к популярной серии Havana Cultura.
скрытый текст
Тем, кто помешан на Кубе, с её песнями, пронизанными яркой мелодикой и заводными ритмами, творчество Аросены придётся по вкусу, остальным следует вести себя осторожно, дабы сохранить ясный ум и не впасть в эндорфиновую зависимость от переизбытка эмоций.
Источник: Знаковые альбомы музыки мира 2015
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