Hugo Jasa - Estados De Animo (LP Reissue)
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Hugo Jasa

Estados De Animo (LP Reissue)

Vampisoul
Release date: 05/14/2021
genre: Electro / Electronic
Format: LP
€21.99
tracklist
1. Kabumba (La Fuerza Amenazadora De Lo Grande)
2. Tapiz Montevideano (El Comportamiento)
3. Homo Sapiens (Antes De La Consumación)
4. Sobrevolando (Seguir La Huella)
5. Y El Tiempo Pasa (Los Ángulos De Los Labios)
6. Peregrino (El Caminante)
7. Estado de Ánimo (La Preponderancia De Lo Grande)
Hugo Jasa - Estados De Animo (LP Reissue)

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HIGHLIGHTS A new title in the series of full-album reissues that Vampisoul (co-produced in collaboration with Little Butterfly Records) is releasing as a valuable addition to our largely acclaimed compilation "América Invertida", focusing on the obscure leftfield pop and experimental folk scene from '80s Uruguay, making some of these elusive and essential albums available again. Hugo Jasa aimed to merge the glamour of the 80s (drum machines and Yamaha DX7 and Roland D50 synthesizers command the timbre of the album) with Uruguayan Afro-candombe sound in his songs. A deep bench of national talent, as Eduardo Mateo, Hugo Fattoruso, Jorge Galemire or Mariana Ingold, took part in these sessions. The album was originally released in 1990 with a single pressing of 300 copies, and then recently rediscovered by new generation of DJs, musicians and hardcore record collectors around the world thanks to the internet, reaching a cult status and becoming a top want. Hugo Jasa's "Estados de ánimo" is reissued here for the first time, in its original artwork with an extra OBI and including an insert with liner notes by Uruguayan music writer Andrés Torrón. DESCRIPTION After over a decade of dictatorship, a process of democratic openness began in Uruguay in the early 80s. It was a time of social and cultural effervescence, Uruguayan music lived a particularly brilliant moment, marked by the emergence of a generation of artists who open-mindedly mixed the new global sounds that started to resonate across the country with their local and regional musical roots. Hugo Jasa was at the centre of this new music scene. Born into a family associated with music and dance, Jasa studied composition, musicology and orchestra and choral conducting, as well as being a drummer. He also followed in his father's footsteps as a sound engineer. Some of the most interesting Uruguayan records released in the 80s were recorded in La Batuta studio, co-owned by Henry Jasa, Hugo's father.

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