Album ref.: VKKD125-059
14-title CD – 46:28 mn
Available in MP3 – 320 Kb/s and OGG formats
Superbazaro - Martin & la talpoj – Stockholm (Sweden)
Produced by Martin & la talpoj/Vinilkosmo © 2014
CD ALBUM - 13.34€ excl. VAT
FULL ALBUM MP3 - 10€
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The long-awaited album by Martin & la Talpoj, Superbazaro, is finally available.
It is the fruit of many years of work in writing, composition, and recording the 14 titles, and several of them had already been successful in public at concerts or on internet.
As in their first album, the songs in Superbazaro cover a wide range of tonalities, from tender acoustic folk to the most energetic alternative rock..
Each title carries the particular characteristics of Martin’s creations: powerful melodies, high-level poetry, and lots of emotion.
Most of this album’s songs have never been recorded. Some of them, such as ”Sub la ponto” and ”Nova jaro”, had already appeared as demos on internet, but appear on the album entirely reworked and finalized. The album’s title song has been completely rerecorded by the group.
The central core of the group is Martin Wiese (vocals, guitars and other various instruments), Johan Lagerdahl (bass), and Mattias Levin (drums). Other artists have equally contributed to this album, among whom several are well-known in the world of Esperanto.
Martin & la talpoj in this album is:
Martin Wiese: principal and harmonic vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, e-arch, mandolin, bass (5, 7, 8), percussions (7, 8, 11), keyboards/synthesizers (2, 9, 11, 14), drum machine (11)
Johan Lagerdahl: bass (1, 2, 4, 6, 10, 13)
Mattias Levin: drums (1, 2, 4, 6, 10, 13)
Eric Languillat: keyboards/synthesizers (3, 4, 6), harmonic vocals (4, 6)
Fred Saboonchi: keyboards/synthesizers (5, 8, 13)
Anders Grop: double bass (3)
Jomart Amzejev: harmonic vocals (3)
Johanna Möller: cello (12)
The basic tracks of 1, 2, 4, 6, 10, and 13 were recorded in Karl Larsson's Riggarborgen Studio.
All the others were recorded in the various rehearsal studios, home studios, and bedrooms of the contributors.
Mixing: Studio de la Trappe/Vinilkosmo, Donneville (Toulouse), France
Sound engineer: Triboulet
Mastering: Alexis Bardinet at Globe Audio Studio in Bordeaux, France
Conception and CD booklet cover art: Johanna Möller
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