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|1.||"Suite Amazonica (Amazon Suite)" (5:29)|
|2.||"El Abrazo De La Selva (The Embrace Of The Forest)" (4:46)|
|3.||"Carauari (Carauari)" (7:57)|
|4.||"El Hechicero (The Soothsayer)" (3:03)|
|5.||"Hombres Trueno (Thunder Men)" (3:38)|
|1.||"Danca Do Corpo" (5:14)|
|2.||"Remontando El Purus (Sailing The Purus)" (7:54)|
|3.||"Hassell, El Oso Hormiguero (Hassell The Ant-Eater)" (2:05)|
|4.||"Hombres Lluvia (Rain Men)" (3:48)|
|5.||"Adios A Puerto Espana (Adieu To Puerto Espana)" (4:03)|
In our eyes, it is no exaggeration to claim that Finis Africae's recent reissues on Japan's EM have been partly response for the recent resurrection of Balearic, exotica, and deeply textured ambient music. The last three reissues on EM have all seen great success in terms of copies sold and feedback from game-changers such as the Mood Hut mandem, and the label's close relationship with Honest Jon's gives this music an even higher send of cultural relevance to the scene of today. Amazonia was first released in 1990 on Musica Sin Fin, and it very much sounds like it was made yesterday; this is timeless music that has the ability to please just about any ear, or any sort of digger. Containing gentle beats and harmonic patterns, Juan Alberto Arteche managed to create a world of his own, where time and space is lost, and the melodies and rhythms take us back to a primeval state. Yes, we like this a hell of a lot. Contender for leftfield reissue of the year? Perhaps, and it's only February!
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