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Pide Piso - Bajofondo* - Presente (CD, Album)

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  1. Daikora
    The album is a major turning point for Bajofondo. For the first time, Bajofondo used no vocal guests on an album, and the usual strings were magnified: again under the direction of Alejandro Terán, Presente features 11 violins, four violas, three cellos, and three stand-up basses. “This time we really worked on the orchestral parts,” said.
  2. Vikora
    Apr 03,  · “Pide Piso,” the first single from Bajofondo’s new album, “Presente,” is a pretty good example of what the group started out to do: meld techno and tango. Although a little glitchier.
  3. Zunos
    Bajofondo is a South American band of musicians from Argentina and Uruguay. Originally called "Bajofondo Tango Club", they changed their name to simply "Bajofondo" as they felt their style had broadened beyond just Tango and should be considered "contemporary music from the Río de la Plata".Gustavo Santaolalla: guitar, percussion, vocals, backup vocals.
  4. Brami
    Mar 04,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Presente by Bajofondo Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. Nikozahn
    Presente es el título del cuarto álbum de Bajofondo, formado por artistas argentinos y uruguayos; grabado en La canción «Pide Piso» tiene un video, en el que se ve una aventura romántica contada en imágenes como los videojuegos de los años ochenta.
  6. Bam
    8 rows · Find Bajofondo discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. .
  7. Felrajas
    Bajofondo (conocido anteriormente como Bajofondo Tango Club) es una agrupación musical de tango electrónico formada por músicos argentinos y reimulirekodis.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfo integrantes son: Gustavo Santaolalla, Juan Campodónico, Luciano Supervielle, Verónica Loza, Martín Ferres, Javier Casalla, Adrián Sosa y .
  8. Digrel
    Over Bajofondo. In the s, Gustavo Santaolalla virtually invented Argentinean rock, so it's no surprise that a few decades later he'd have no qualms about helping to reinvent his country's native idiom, the tango. In , he formed Bajofondo Tango Club, a group comprising seven or eight core musicians and a revolving cast of collaborators.

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