Slang | Los Weekend

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Los Weekend

by Slang

A cornucopia of uptempo Nouveau Flamenco, Acoustic Pop, vibey Reggae, Smooth Jazz and trippy Beatnik atmospheres.
Genre: Latin: Flamenco
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1. Geckos Dance
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2. Dizzy
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3. Fading Slowly
3:48 $0.99
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4. Get Up
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5. Epic Glow
4:31 $0.99
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6. Sunset Siesta
4:32 $0.99
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7. Pub Street
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8. Fiesta Market
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9. Cold Coffee
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10. Chocolate Hills
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A cornucopia of uptempo Nouveau Flamenco, Acoustic Pop, vibey Reggae, Smooth Jazz and trippy Beatnik tunage atmospheres for the lazy Sunday afternoon at the beach under a palm tree, backyard bbq party or the morning after.

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"Slang delivers his own unique take on acoustic driven world music. And the world in question here is one of the eternal beach, of Island life, Carnival, or at least its chilled out after party. He weaves classical Spanish sounds, Calypso grooves and latin cool together. The music is highly evocative, Sunset Siesta paints the sun going down over the Sierra Morena, Pub Street captures all of the hustle and bustle of a busy bar and the to and fro of tourists and socialisers in a vibrant blend of steel drums and flamenco-esque guitarwork and Fading Slowly is lilting, latin and lovely."

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