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The Naciente Quartet - Hymn Beat album mp3


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A1 Hymn Beat 4:15
A2 Hymn Beat Reprise 1:44
B Hymn Beat (Chico Mann Remix Elegguara)
Remix – Chico Mann
4:20

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Brandenburg Mastering

Credits

  • Artwork By – Attai

Notes

Vinyl Only release.

Housed in screen printed artwork and PVC outer sleeve.

The words "Blow Your Garden Hose" are etched into Side B of the vinyl.
The Naciente Quartet - Hymn Beat album mp3
Performer: The Naciente Quartet
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Folk, Country
Title: Hymn Beat
Released: 2007
Style: Contemporary Jazz
MP3 version ZIP size: 1459 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1250 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 842
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Amarin
One of my all time favourite records - this is the BOMB!
Cia
The first, kind of, official release by the Naciente Quartet, and lovingly done in a limited edition 10" vinyl, with some great fold out cover art too. This is also the first outing for The Hooter Listens label. I'm assuming the red furry creature on the front is the Hooter, and he's listening, I guess. The A side is a great up-tempo driving jam. Kind of like the Allman Brothers in their jazzier more hopeful moments. This really is what I call fusion at it's best, you've got a real Mexicana style acoustic rhythm guitar, with a second more lead orientated acoustic, with the occasional flurry from that Allman Bros. style electric lead, and the whole thing is propelled along over some seriously rhythmic African style percussion. This really is a very optimistic and enthusiastic 5+ minutes of music. The B side is almost unrecognisable as the same tune, if fact it's totally unrecognisable as the same tune. Personally I prefer this side, it's a little more electronic and has a much more pronounced bass line, plus there's some great toasting style lyrics that crop up now and then. Also, the "one man metro-sexual machine" Grovesnor is a member of this lot. Also, also, just as a point of interest, the A side works equally well at 33rpm, as I mistakenly realised when I first played it.