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Inti-Illimani Antologia I (1973 - 1978) Жанр: Andina, Folk, World Страна-производитель диска: Germany Год издания диска: 2000 Издатель (лейбл): Warner Music Номер по каталогу: 8573-83541-2 Страна: Chile Аудиокодек.
Inti-Illimani Antologia I (1973 - 1978) Жанр: Andina, Folk, World Страна-производитель диска: Germany Год издания диска: 2000 Издатель (лейбл): Warner Music Номер по каталогу: 8573-83541-2 Страна: Chile Аудиокодек: FLAC . lac) Тип рипа: tracks+. cue Битрейт аудио: lossless Продолжительность: 1:01:49 Источник (релизер): Demonoid. Señora Chichera (3:45) 15. Ojos Azules (2:53) 16. América Novia Mía (3:28) 17. Juanito Laguna (4:56) 18. La Denuncia (con Isabel Parra) (2:37).
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Inti-Illimani - Antologia I 1973 - 1978 [FLAC]
Genre: Folk, World, Latin, Etnica
01. Alturas [0:02:59.00]
02. La Fiesta De San Benito [0:03:38.00]
03. Rin Del Angelito [0:03:20.00]
04. Tatatí [0:03:29.00]
05. Simón Bolívar [0:02:47.00]
06. Exilada Del Sur [0:03:34.00]
07. Lo Que Más Quiero [0:03:05.00]
08. Run Run Se Fue P'al Norte [0:04:37.00]
09. Corazón Maldito [0:02:58.00]
10. El Pueblo Unido Jamás Será Vencido [0:03:04.00]
11. Dolencias [0:03:11.00]
12. Papel De Plata [0:02:45.00]
13. Arriba Quemando El Sol [0:04:43.00]
14. Señora Chichera [0:03:45.49]
15. Ojos Azules [0:02:53.00]
16. América Novia Mía [0:03:28.00]
17. Juanito Laguna [0:04:56.50]
18. La Denuncia (con Isabel Parra) [0:02:37.96]
* Horacio Duran Vidal
* José Seves Sepúlveda
* José Miguel Camus Vargas
* Horacio Salinas Alvarez
* Jorge Coulon Larrañaga
* Max Berru Carrion
Inti-Illimani is a Chilean Nueva Cancion group whose music is inspired mainly by the indigenous cultures of Chile,
Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Argentina. Other sources of influence include European, African and mestizo cultures.
The group's name, literally "Sun-God", refers to the mountain spirit, or apu, of a mountain near La Paz, Bolivia
known locally by the Aymara people as Illimani. Inti-Illimani's music, featuring the ancient sounds of over 30 wind,
string and percussion instruments, has been a prominent symbol of Latin American indigenous peoples for some 35 years.
While the political message of Inti-Illimani's music is not as explicit as that of its early contemporaries like Victor
Jara and Ali Primera, the group's songs were seen as powerful statements in the '60s and '70s, at a time when the
celebration of Latin Americans' indigenous roots was associated with the struggle for social and political justice.
Inti-Illimani came into being in the '60s when a group of engineering students attending Santiago Technical University,
one of Chile's most politicized institutions at the time, discovered they shared a deep interest in the music of
indigenous Andean music. In 1968, the band release its first single, a two-song EP titled, "Por La CUT" [included in
the reissued "Inti-Illimani"] which was quickly followed by "Voz para el Camino" [included in the reissued "Inti-Illimani"]
that same year, and "Si Somos Americanos" [included in the reissued "Canto al Programa"], "Canciones de la Revolucion Mexicana"
[included in the reissued "Autores Chilenas"] and their first LP, "Inti-Illimani", in 1969. Appreciation of Inti-Illimani's
music grew quickly and over the next few years they toured internationally and released several more albums.
In 1973, while on tour in Italy, Chile's democratically-elected socialist president, Salvador Allende, was deposed in a
bloody week-long, U.S.-approved coup d'etat that brought the notorious General Augusto Pinochet to power. Victor Jara,
perhaps the most well known of the Nueva Cancion artists and a close friend of Inti-Illimani, was brutally tortured and
killed in a stadium where some 5,000 other dissidents were slaughtered. Soon after the coup, the military junta outlawed
the music of Inti-Illimani and other artists. Several musicians, including the members of Inti-Illimani were banned from Chile.
The group spent the next fourteen years in Italy, where. During their period of exile, they released 20 more titles beginning
with "Viva Chile".
Inti-Illimani eventually returned to Chile in 1988. While the composition of the group has changed over the years, its members
continue to tour internationally and regularly release new titles. The Intis have toured with several other artists including
Pete Seeger, Mikis Theodorakis, Mercedes Sosa and John Williams. In 1998, the Intis participated in an Amnesty International
Tour, which included Sting, Peter Gabriel and Bruce Springsteen, and Tracy Chapman. Inti-Illimani continues to be the most
nominated group in Santiago's annual Entertainment Journalist Association Awards Ceremony and was the recipient of a
prestigious University of California, Berkeley Human Rights Awards in 1998.