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Mar Azul

Cesaria Evora

Paru le 15 novembre 1991 chez Lusafrica

Artiste principal : Cesaria Evora

Genre : Musiques du monde > Afrique

Distinctions : Discothèque Idéale Qobuz ( novembre 2012)

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From Cesaria Evora's opening wail on Mar Azul's title track, one knows that this disc, a short set comprised of only eight songs, is going to be something special. This is the album that won Evora the praise of Paris, and was released prior to her international hit, Miss Perfumado. These are classic mornas at their most haunting -- all the songs are devastating, slow-burning, and stellar. The subject matter is about love, loss, and the heartbreak of life in Cape Verde. The music is acoustic, with guitars, sweeping pianos, and the occasional horn or violin to augment the effect. The liner notes set up the image of Evora ("Cize," as she is known to those close to her) as she prepares to sing in a smoky Cape Verdean nightclub. The overlying feel of this album is that of a dark and intimate seaside bar, under a starry sky, featuring a beloved singer who woos the audience with her dreamy, mesmerizing voice. Highlights include the haunting "Mar Azul," the elegantly moody "Cabo Verde," the album's two upbeat tracks, "Estanhadinha" and "Cinturao Tem Mele," and its heartbreaking finale, "Separacao." This truly original and understated album burns with the underlying ferocity of an emotional roller coaster, and introduced to the world the mornas of Cape Verde and their most famous interpreter, Cesaria Evora. ~ Jose Promis
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Album : 1 disque - 8 pistes Durée totale : 00:34:31

  1. 1 Mar Azul

    Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - SM Publishing, MusicPublisher - De Bertholene, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  2. 2 Cize

    Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - SM Publishing, MusicPublisher - MUSIQUE & COMMUNICATION, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  3. 3 Estanhadinha

    Dr, MusicPublisher - Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  4. 4 Cabo Verde

    Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - SM Publishing, MusicPublisher - MUSIQUE & COMMUNICATION, MusicPublisher - De Bertholene, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  5. 5 Belga

    Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - SM Publishing, MusicPublisher - MUSIQUE & COMMUNICATION, MusicPublisher - De Bertholene, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  6. 6 Cretcheu di Ceu

    Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - SM Publishing, MusicPublisher - MUSIQUE & COMMUNICATION, MusicPublisher - De Bertholene, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  7. 7 Cinturão Tem Mel

    Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - SM Publishing, MusicPublisher - MUSIQUE & COMMUNICATION, MusicPublisher - De Bertholene, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  8. 8 Separação

    Cesaria Evora, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - SM Publishing, MusicPublisher - MUSIQUE & COMMUNICATION, MusicPublisher - De Bertholene, MusicPublisher Copyright : (C) 1991 Lusafrica (P) 1991 Lusafrica

  • Descriptif de l'album
  • From Cesaria Evora's opening wail on Mar Azul's title track, one knows that this disc, a short set comprised of only eight songs, is going to be something special. This is the album that won Evora the praise of Paris, and was released prior to her international hit, Miss Perfumado. These are classic mornas at their most haunting -- all the songs are devastating, slow-burning, and stellar. The subject matter is about love, loss, and the heartbreak of life in Cape Verde. The music is acoustic, with guitars, sweeping pianos, and the occasional horn or violin to augment the effect. The liner notes set up the image of Evora ("Cize," as she is known to those close to her) as she prepares to sing in a smoky Cape Verdean nightclub. The overlying feel of this album is that of a dark and intimate seaside bar, under a starry sky, featuring a beloved singer who woos the audience with her dreamy, mesmerizing voice. Highlights include the haunting "Mar Azul," the elegantly moody "Cabo Verde," the album's two upbeat tracks, "Estanhadinha" and "Cinturao Tem Mele," and its heartbreaking finale, "Separacao." This truly original and understated album burns with the underlying ferocity of an emotional roller coaster, and introduced to the world the mornas of Cape Verde and their most famous interpreter, Cesaria Evora. ~ Jose Promis

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