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Tonicha - Folclore download mp3 album
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Folclore
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Tonicha (born Antónia de Jesus Montes Tonicha on 8 March 1946, in Beja, Alentejo) is a Portuguese Popular music, folk singer. She represented Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest 1971, with the song "Menina do alto da serra" ("Girl from the country mountain"); she finished ninth. She also trepresented her country in the OTI Festival 1972 in which she had better luck and finished sixth. Vários-Fala do Homem Nascido (Orfeu, 1972). Folclore (LP, Orfeu, 1973) SB-1066.

Pale Folklore is the debut studio album by American metal band Agalloch. The album was released on July 6, 1999 by The End Records. It featured an eclectic mix of acoustic folk reminiscent of Scandinavian bands such as Ulver; doom and black metal-esque riffs; growled, clean, whispered, and shrieked vocals; and a production style and atmosphere that borrowed heavily from black metal. The lyrical themes focused mainly on depression, nature, folklore and the supernatural.

All in all, and with or without its folk subgenre connotations, Pale Folklore was as important a black metal album as any American band ever produced; and arguably one of a handful that helped launch the country to worldwide respect in this arena for the new millennium, whereas before Agalloch, most bands had been mere apprentices to the Scandinavian masters.

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Tracklist

A1 Batatinhas
A2 Vareira Do Mar
A3 A Amendoeira
A4 Senhor Padre Valentim
A5 Os Bravos
A6 Vira Do Vinho
B1 Labuta, Meu Bem, Labuta
B2 Farrapeirinha
B3 Dança Dai
B4 Malhão De Águeda
B5 Passarinho Trigueiro
B6 Chula De Viana