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Aquila  - Aquila download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Aquila
Style:
Latin Jazz, Modal, Fusion, Jazz-Funk
Released:
2017
Country:
Chile
FLAC vers. size:
1614 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1279 mb
WMA vers. size:
1572 mb
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Rating:
4.7 ★
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817

Aquila biography Welsh band Aquila arose from the ashes of late 1960's band BLONDE ON BLONDE. Founding guitarist Ralph Denyer left that band in 1970 to work on his Aquila project. Blonde on Blonde recruited new vocalist/guitarist David Thomas (an old school friend of Denyer) to replace Denyer, and went on to record their best album "Rebirth". The image on this page is taken from the LP sleeve. The sole "Aquila" album ended up in the bargain bins of the UK, but ironically, is now a sought after rarity. With due acknowledgement to an article written by Nigel Camilleri for DPRP. net, about the only reference to the band currently traceable! Bob McBeath Scotland.

First Movement: Aquila (Introduction), Flight Of The Golden Bird. B2. Second Movement: Cloud Circle, The Hunter, The Kill. B3. Third Movement: Where Do I Belong, Aquila (Conclusion). Producer – Patrick Campbell-Lyons. Manufactured by TELDEC "TELEFUNKEN - DECCA" SCHALLPLATTEN, GmBH, Hamburg, Germany.

Track listing (Songs).

Labels Self-Produced. Music StyleMetalcore. Members owning this album0. 2. Within These Flames. Other productions from Aquila (CAN).

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Tracklist

A1 Alba
A2 Samba Costanera
A3 Jenny
A4 Maiden Voyage
B1 Providencia 12hrs
B2 Paquito
B3 El Viaje
B4 Hum Allah

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Eating Standing Publishing
  • Distributed By – Painted Dog Records
  • Distributed By – Albore Jazz

Notes

Ltd vinyl pressing. “3D” shaped cubic sleeve/ Heavyweight Vinyl / 300 Gram White-White Double Coated Paper / Handily Gluing / PVC outer sleeve

Sleeve notes by Tony Higgins

Notes:
The album’s opening track, ‘Alba’, bathes the listener in a warm glow of vibes and electric piano with a groove evoking the laid back soul jazz of classic Ramsey Lewis Trio. Horns build up as the track lopes along, adding a punchy rawness to the languid head nodding slo-mo funk. A change of gear as ‘Samba Costanera’ briefly jacks up the pace with an opening of vivid, jarring stabs of piano and cymbal before dropping into a mid tempo beat with descending vibe motif. A bluesy tenor rides on top while the drummer keeps the beat tight and tidy before an outro of rapid electric piano trills and cymbal splashes. We leave as we entered… ‘Jenny’, a lush ballad, calms things down, as brushes gently skit on the drums, the vibes lap over the ears and the sax blows blue and mellow. ‘Paquito’ is another ballad on the album that demonstrates the range of the group, starting out somewhat impressionistic before a light samba rhythm takes charge and gently leads to track to its fade out. A cover of the classic Herbie Hancock ‘Maiden Voyage’ is a workout for the vibes once more. I am reminded of the late Bobby Hutchinson, yet this version is definitely Aquila’s own; electric piano gently accent the arrangement and the sax solo adds colour and texture to this glorious standard. ‘Providencia 12 Hrs’ keeps the rhythm section busy once more with dreamy vibes, pliant bass and fizzing cymbals along with ever insistent drumming that takes the track into a sudden beboppish section replete with walking bass and swinging vibes. With the breakneck ‘El Viaje’, Aquila prove they can swing. It’s taken at a brisk pace, the bass working hard as the sax tears up the first solo before the vibes attack. Veering towards free in places, they keep it together enough to hold down a powerful and coherent groove. The album ends with their second cover version. This time, it’s their interpretation of Pharaoh Sanders’ ‘Um Allah’. Built around a powerful opening bass figure, the classic Sanders motif is instantly recognisable yet they do not try to be a carbon copy. Instead, they use Sanders and springboard for their own abilities. The vibes the centre stage here in the opening solo, colourful runs give space and depth to the sound before the horns enter and the band unite once more before the fade out.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ALD-005 Aquila Aquila ‎(LP, Album) Alba ALD-005 Chile 1974