Interoceanico | Where the River Shines

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Where the River Shines

by Interoceanico

\"Folkloric music with contemporary harmony in a jazz format\".
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. El Cielo
8:26 album only
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2. Circumference
7:22 album only
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3. Facing the Dawn
7:03 album only
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4. Bochis
9:00 album only
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5. Lifelong
2:55 album only
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6. Everyday
10:31 album only
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7. I Finally Found
4:35 album only
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8. Zamba de un Viajero
6:32 album only
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9. F
5:51 album only
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10. Outgrowth
8:45 album only
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11. Aire
1:49 album only

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Album Notes
interoceanico:

Hiroya Tsukamoto -guitar
Marta Gomez -vocal
Dan Brantigan - flugelhorn&vocal
Nuno Antunes -clarinet
Yulia Musayelyan -flute
Moto Fukushima - bass
Franco Pinna -drums & percussions

Interoceaico is a unique blend of musicians from different countries. The group was formed in Boston, MA 2002 by a composer and guitarist, Hiroya Tsukamoto from Kyoto, Japan.

They are a musical ensemble different than most of their contemporaries. Interoceanico\'s music is a cornucopia of lush harmonies, lyrical melodies, driving rhythms and the first class arrangements that form their original music. Their music is an amalgamation of traditional rhythmic elements from various South American countries with Western harmonies and lyrical melodies, resulting in a unique and original souns. It is best desciribed as \"Folkloric music with contemporary harmony in a jazz format\".

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