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Quilapayún - La Révolution Et Les Étoiles album flac Performer: Quilapayún
Title: La Révolution Et Les Étoiles
Style: Nueva Cancion
Released: 1997
Country: France
MP3 album: 1242 mb
FLAC album: 1191 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Latin / Folk and Country

Their first album, Quilapayún, was basically an Andean music album, but included songs of Ángel Parra, Víctor Jara and new compositions of Eduardo Carrasco such as "La Paloma" and "El canto del cuculi". Bourgeois society wants art to be another factor contributing to social alienation, we artists should transform it into a revolutionary weapon, until the contradiction that actually exists between art and society finally comes to pass. This surpassing is called revolution and its motor and fundamental agent is the working class  . In 1967 Quilapayún recorded an album together with Víctor Jara, Canciones folklóricas de América (Folk Songs of America).

Quilapayún is the self-titled debut album released by the Chilean musical group Quilapayún in 1966. La paloma"/The dove (Eduardo Carrasco). El forastero"/The foreigner (Carlos Préndez Saldías - Eduardo Carrasco). El canto de la cúculi"/The song of the turtle dove (Eduardo Carrasco). El pueblo"/The People (Ángel Parra). La boliviana"/The Bolivian girl (Popular). La cueca triste"/The Sad Cueca dance (Víctor Jara - Eduardo Carrasco). Canción del minero" /Song of the miner (Víctor Jara).

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Listen to music from Quilapayún like El Pueblo Unido Jamás Será Vencido, La muralla & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Quilapayún. In 1966, the band came in first place at the Festival de Festivales, releasing its first album that same year.

Quilapayún are an instrumental and vocal folk music group from Chile and among the longest lasting and most influential exponents of the Nueva Canción Chilena (New Song) movement. Formed in Chile during the mid-1960s, the group became inseparable with the revolution that occurred in the popular music of the country under the Popular Unity Government of Salvador Allende. Since its formation and during its forty year long history - both in Chile and during its lengthy period of exile in France - the group has seen modifications to its personnel lineup, to the subject and content of its work. Canciones Folklóricas de America is an album of the songwriter Víctor Jara with Quilapayún. This LP is the second album in the discography of both, and it was published in 1967.

Meilleur De Quilapayun. Son unicos, en Chile tuvieron una edición limitada en su tiempo, hoy no se encuentran en ninguna parte, solo aquí, en esté magnífico album. 5 people found this helpful. Este disco es una buena selección de una de las épocas del grupo y no deja de ser una suerte poder escuchar temas como "Lunita de lejos", uno de los mejores del grupo, para mi gusto, en la mejor voz de Quilapayún, la del trágicamente desaparecido Willy Oddó. Pero yo quería aprovechar para manifestar mi rabia por haber sido incapaz de encontrar el más mínimo rastro de su cantata "Vivir como él", a pesar de que soy fan del grupo desde hace 25 años y no les he perdido la pista en ningún momento. Lo que daría por una grabación de ese disco!

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Luz Negra
Arranged By – Eduardo CarrascoWritten-By – Eduardo Carrasco
2 Retrato De Sandino Con Sombrero
Arranged By – Patricio WangLyrics By – D. Arenas*Written-By – E. Carrasco*
3 Trompe
Arranged By – Eduardo CarrascoWritten-By – Hugo Lagos
4 Eclipse De Sol
Arranged By – QuilapayúnLyrics By – Eduardo CarrascoWritten-By – Hugo Lagos
5 Las Estrellas
Arranged By – Eduardo CarrascoLyrics By – Eduardo CarrascoPerformer – Isabel ParraWritten-By – Hugo Lagos
6 El Gavilan
Arranged By – Patricio WangWritten-By – Violeta Parra
7 Dispajarate
Arranged By – Eduardo CarrascoWritten-By – Eduardo Carrasco
8 La Primavera
Arranged By – Eduardo CarrascoLyrics By – Rafael AlbertiWritten-By – Rodolfo Parada
9 Un Canto Para Bolivar
Lyrics By – Pablo NerudaWritten-By – Juan Orrego Salas

Credits

  • Artwork – Luis Zárate, Saúl Kaminer
  • Baritone Vocals, Charango, Guitar – Hernán Gómez
  • Baritone Vocals, Guitar, Bass – Rodolfo Parada
  • Baritone Vocals, Tenor Vocals, Guitar – Guillermo García*
  • Baritone Vocals, Tenor Vocals, Percussion, Guitar – Guillermo Oddó*
  • Bass Vocals, Woodwind [Flautas], Guitar, Bass – Ricardo Venegas
  • Design [Concepción Gráfica] – Carlos Quezada
  • Directed By [Director Artístico] – Eduardo Carrasco
  • Engineer – Daniel Michel
  • Tenor Vocals, Guitar, Cuatro, Charango, Woodwind [Flautas] – Hugo Lagos
  • Tenor Vocals, Guitar, Woodwind [Flautas], Piano – Patricio Wang
  • Tenor Vocals, Percussion – Carlos Quezada
  • Vocals – Isabel Parra (tracks: 6)

Notes

(P) 1982 EMI Pathé Marconi EMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2C 070-72562 Quilapayún La Révolution Et Les Étoiles ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Pathé 2C 070-72562 France 1982
10C 064-072711 Quilapayún La Revolución Y Las Estrellas ‎(LP, Album) EMI 10C 064-072711 Spain 1982
88 339 Quilapayún Sandino ‎(LP, Album) pläne 88 339 Germany 1983
16508 Quilapayún La Revolución Y Las Estrellas ‎(Cass, Album) EMI 16508 Argentina 1982
6508 Quilapayún La Revolución Y Las Estrellas ‎(LP, Album) EMI 6508 Argentina 1982