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David Lewiston - In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods / Black Music Of South America Album
David Lewiston - In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods / Black Music Of South America Album
Performer: David Lewiston
Title: In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods / Black Music Of South America
Label: Nonesuch
Country: US
Released: 1970
Style: Field Recording, African, Religious
Cat: H-72036
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2560 mb | MP3 size: 2200 mb | WMA size: 1086 mb
Genre: Hispanic / Folk
Tracklist

1Los Cholitos
Vocals, Wind – Unknown Artist
4:04
2Capoeira
Vocals, Chorus, Percussion – Unknown Artist
3:03
3Voy A Bandó
Vocals, Chorus, Percussion – Guapi
2:27
4Arrullo San Antonio
Vocals, Chorus, Percussion – Unknown Artist
2:41
5Me Voy A Belén
Vocals, Chorus, Percussion – Guapi
2:20
6Oígame Juanita
Performer [Leaf], Flute [Transverse Flutes], Drum [Bombo, Caja], Wind [Three Bajos] – Unknown Artist
2:20
7Currulao Cantado
Vocals, Marimba, Percussion [Cununo Macho, Cununo Hembra, Bombo, Redoblante, Guasá] – Guapi
5:18
8A Adorar A Antonio
Vocals, Chorus – Guapi
2:43
9Salomé
Vocals, Chorus, Percussion – Guapi
3:24
10Candomblé
Vocals, Agogô [Agôgô], Drum [Three Atabaques] – Unknown Artist
2:48
11Samba Da Roda
Chorus, Percussion – Unknown Artist
2:46
12 Music Of Guapi 16:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
H-72036David Lewiston In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods / Black Music Of South America ‎(LP)NonesuchH-72036US1970
WPCS 16092David Lewiston In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods / Black Music Of South America ‎(CD, Album)NonesuchWPCS 16092Japan2014
H-72036David Lewiston In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods / Black Music Of South America ‎(LP)NonesuchH-72036JapanUnknown
H-72036David Lewiston In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods / Black Music Of South America ‎(LP)NonesuchH-72036CanadaUnknown
7559-79729-2David Lewiston Latin America: South America - Black Music In Praise Of Oxalá And Other Gods ‎(CD, RE, RM)Nonesuch7559-79729-2Europe2003

Credits

  • Art DirectionWilliam S. Harvey
  • Artwork [Cover Art]Richard Lucik
  • CoordinatorTeresa Sterne
  • Design [Cover]Robert L. Heimall
  • Engineer [Remix Engineer]Peter Granet
  • Liner NotesGuillermo Abadia M.
  • Mastered ByRL
  • Recorded By, Photography By, Liner NotesDavid Lewiston
  • Supervised By [Production]Peter K. Siegel

Notes

Recorded in Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil.

Throughout South America, the descendants of the millions of slaves brought to the New World by the Spanish and Portuguese still pay homage to the pantheon of their African ancestors, often, albeit, under the identities of Christian saints.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): ARC 4-29 0 H-72036-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B): ARC 4-30 0 H-72036-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout mastering stamp both sides): Sterling RL

Companies

  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – Allentown Record Co. Inc.

Album

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