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Eduardo MateoLa Maquina Del Tiempo – La Mosca ... LP
Orfeo/Little Butterfly (Uruguay), 1989. New Copy (reissue)... $39.99
The final album from Eduardo Mateo – an artist who had a huge impact on the world of music in his native Uruguay, where he continued to push forward in different styles from the late 60s onwards, always with a legacy that was years ahead of its time! This is Eduardo's final record, and it's very different than the more intimate, acoustic elements of some of his material from years before – more electric, done with help from Hugo Jasa – and with an edge to the music that shows that Mateo is still very much on the left side of the spectrum! The style has shifted, but the experimental spirit is still very strongly there – a move that's maybe a bit like the changes that Tom Ze has given us over the decades – on titles that include "Yu Le Le", "Espiritu Burlon", "El Trompo Loco", "Somos Eras Era", "Carolina", "La Mosca", and "Ficcion Solar". LP, Vinyl record album

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Musicasion (Eduardo Mateo & Others4 1/2 (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Sonamos, 1971. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (pic cover)... $29.99 36.99
A tremendous project from the scene in Uruguay at the start of the 70s – a magical moment of musical creation, put together by the legendary Eduardo Mateo and some of the key artists of his generation! As with Mateo's music, there's an approach here that's both sophisticated and down to earth at the same time – some qualities that resonate strongly with the best Brazilian work of the time, but which have that special bent that was taking place amidst the struggles that were facing Uruguay at this difficult time in their history. Instrumentation is a great blend of acoustic and electric elements, and the shifting voices really help keep things interesting – on titles that include "Pippo" by Urbano & El Kinto, "Principe Azul" by Mateo & El Kinto, "Si Te Vas De Mi Pueblo" by Mateo & Reinaldo, "Mejor Me Voy" by Diane Denoir & Mateo, "Musicasion III" by Urbano, "Muy Lejos Te Vas" by El Kinto, "Sueno De Una Noche De Mermelada" by Horacio, and "Margaritas Rojas" by Mateo, Federico, & Figares. 2LP version features new mastering – and a massive 18 tracks from the same generation, most unreleased! LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes a big booklet of notes too!)
 
 
 



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