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Re-mastered reissue of the album originally released in Uruguay in 1985 on Ciruja Records, on LP and cassette. Distributed and marketed by MoonJune Records (2020).
released February 22, 2020
BELEDO electric & acoustic guitar, Roland synth guitar,
acoustic piano, ARP AXXE synth, vocals.
POPO ROMANO bass guitar, fretless bass guitar.
MIGUEL ROMANO drums.
OSVALDO FATTORUSO drums (3, 11).
PEDRO AZNAR fretless bass guitar & Roland synth guitar (11).
NORMA GALFETTI vocals (2).
INGE STEFFEN flute (9).
DAVE J CARPENTER bass guitar (13).
NICK D’VIRGILIO drums (13).
All the music composed and arranged by Beledo except (11)
composed by Pedro Aznar. Lyrics by Beledo lyrics (1, 7, 10),
Gabriel Vieira (2, 4, 5), Mezo-Bigarrena (13).
Produced by Beledo and Alfonso Baubeta, 1984/1985.
Reissue production by Beledo.
Excutive producers Leonardo Pavkovic and Beledo.
Recorded by Jorge Iglesias at Estudios I.F.U., Montevideo, Uruguay in 1984 and 1985. Original mixing by Jorge Iglesias and Beledo. Bonus track (13) recorded July 26, 1993 at Black Tie Studios by Dan Friedman. Mastering by Bob Nagy on JBL M2 Master Reference Monitors, February 2020.
Front cover photo by Rodolfo Fuentes.
Reissue layout and design by Leonardo Pavkovic.
Recorded during the simakDialog's 2013 tour culminating with the gig at Orion Studios in Baltimore.On this 2cd the Indonesian psych-ethno-jazz band offers their own brand of inspired & spirited music Beledo
Dwiki Dharamwan is top musician from Indonesia and on this album he is accompanied by Jimmy Haslip, Chad Wackerman, Dewa Budjana, Tohpati and Jerry Goodman. Progressive jazz-rock-fusion at its best. Beledo
I saw this group in Philadelphia on this tour and am really glad to have a recording of the show. Have loved them since around 1971, saw them in 1974, and am thrilled they're continuing to make distinctive music. davehartl
This is the sixth Dewa Budjana album in my collection, and for $5 at a 50% promotion, it's a real steal! Well, I have to admit that I'm a big fan of his early albums, released when he wasn't a star yet, worked with local musicians, and included a fascinating far-east folk feeling in his compositions. The latter is almost completely missing on this most recent album of his, starring part of the who is who of fusion. It's well-done middle-of-the-road fusion most of the time, but alas, nothing exceptional. Even Mohini Dey's technically perfect bass wizardry is not really touching. The highlights are, in fact, both of the songs contributed by John Frusciante, "Crowded" and "Zone". Sven B. Schreiber (sbs)