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Pájaros En La Cabeza

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In November 2005, the annual Latin Grammy Awards were presented for the first time in Spanish. Besides making life easier for the artists giving their acceptance speeches, this move affirmed that just six years after their inception, the Latin Grammys have come into their own. Certainly the sheer size and increasing independence of the Spanish-language music industry helps to explain how the best-selling album for 2005 in Spain could receive a pop nomination but go otherwise unnoticed in the United States. That's one theory; the other that pops into mind when listening to Pajaros en la Cabeza, the fourth release by the Zaragoza pop duo Amaral, is that it's a Spanish thing -- which, depending on your circumstances, could mean that you just wouldn't understand. Perhaps it really does take being the first generation in nearly half a century to grow up free of Franco's dictatorship to find freshness in lyrics that sound cribbed from the heyday of Sinatra and "My Way." Lead singer Eva Amaral and guitarist Juan Aguirre certainly love that phrase, along with "freedom," "my place," and the notion that their desires and feelings are unimaginable to an older Europe. Unfortunately, with the exception of "Esta Madrugada," a lovely lament written as a response to the 3/11 bombings in Madrid, most of the 14 songs on Pajaros en la Cabeza lack the specificity to back this generational posturing. To make matters worse, Amaral diminishes the appeal of her voice -- one similar to those of compatriotas Ana Torroja or Amaia Montero in its timbre and range -- by ignoring the matter of dynamic variation altogether. Whether pop, rock, or folk-infused, these songs either scream for attention or are so heavily mixed that the apparent lightheartedness of songs like "Marta, Sebas, Guille y los Demas" and "Salta" seems forced. It's only in the occasional hushed moment, as when guest vocalist Enrique Morente opens "No Soy Como Tu" with a lush flamenco llamada, that Pajaros achieves anything like texture or singularity.
© Jenny Gage /TiVo

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1
El universo sobre mí
Amaral
00:04:08

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Andy Caine, Chorus - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar, Mellotron - Eva Amaral, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer, Keyboards - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

2
Días de verano
Amaral
00:03:26

Gavyn Wright, Orchestra Leader - Danny Schogger, Hammond Organ - Nilesh Patel, Masterer, Remastering Engineer - Amaral, MainArtist - Steve Sidwell, Arranger, Strings - The London Session Orchestra, Strings - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer, Wurlitzer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion - J. Aguirre, Composer, Lyricist - E. Amaral, Composer, Lyricist

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 EMI Music Spain S.A.

3
Revolución
Amaral
00:03:50

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer, Synthesizer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

4
Mi alma perdida
Charlie Casey
00:04:07

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer, Synthesizer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

5
Marta, Sebas, Guille y los demás
Amaral
00:03:41

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, Featured Vocalist, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar, Percussion, Chorus - Eva Amaral, Composer, Percussion, Vocals, Harmonica, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer, Organ, Wurlitzer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Percussion, Programmer, Chorus - Martin Ditchan, Percussion - Juanto Tello , Chorus - Jaime Cortés, Percussion, Chorus

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

6
Esta madrugada
Amaral
00:04:15

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

7
Big Bang
Charlie Casey
00:02:45

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

8
Enamorada
Cameron Jenkins
00:03:38

Gavyn Wright, Orchestra Leader - Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Steve Sidwell, Arranger, Strings - The London Session Orchestra, Strings - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals - Cameron Jenkins, Producer - Ric Levy, Engineer

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

9
Tarde para cambiar
Charlie Casey
00:03:18

Gavyn Wright, Orchestra Leader - Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Steve Sidwell, Arranger, Strings - The London Session Orchestra, Strings - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

10
En el río
Charlie Casey
00:03:42

Gavyn Wright, Orchestra Leader - Danny Schogger, Hammond Organ - Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Steve Sidwell, Arranger, Strings - The London Session Orchestra, Strings - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Guitar, Vocals - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

11
Resurrección
Amaral
00:02:53

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer, Organ - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

12
Confiar en alguien
Charlie Casey
00:03:43

Danny Schogger, Wurlitzer - Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Jane Clark, Violin - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

13
Salta
Charlie Casey
00:03:44

Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar, Synthesizer - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Cameron Jenkins, Producer, Piano - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Martin Ditchan, Percussion

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

14
No soy como tú
Enrique Morente
00:04:16

Danny Schogger, Piano - Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer, Masterer - Amaral, MainArtist - Juan Aguirre, Composer, Guitar - Eva Amaral, Composer, Vocals, Chorus - Manuel Mejias, Bass Guitar, Bass - Tony Beard, Drums - Enrique Morente, Vocals - Cameron Jenkins, Producer - Ric Levy, Engineer - Charlie Casey, Programmer - Ruben Suarez, Engineer

© 2005 Parlophone Music Spain, S.A. ℗ 2005 Grabación sonora original EMI Music Spain, S.A.

Descriptif de l'album

In November 2005, the annual Latin Grammy Awards were presented for the first time in Spanish. Besides making life easier for the artists giving their acceptance speeches, this move affirmed that just six years after their inception, the Latin Grammys have come into their own. Certainly the sheer size and increasing independence of the Spanish-language music industry helps to explain how the best-selling album for 2005 in Spain could receive a pop nomination but go otherwise unnoticed in the United States. That's one theory; the other that pops into mind when listening to Pajaros en la Cabeza, the fourth release by the Zaragoza pop duo Amaral, is that it's a Spanish thing -- which, depending on your circumstances, could mean that you just wouldn't understand. Perhaps it really does take being the first generation in nearly half a century to grow up free of Franco's dictatorship to find freshness in lyrics that sound cribbed from the heyday of Sinatra and "My Way." Lead singer Eva Amaral and guitarist Juan Aguirre certainly love that phrase, along with "freedom," "my place," and the notion that their desires and feelings are unimaginable to an older Europe. Unfortunately, with the exception of "Esta Madrugada," a lovely lament written as a response to the 3/11 bombings in Madrid, most of the 14 songs on Pajaros en la Cabeza lack the specificity to back this generational posturing. To make matters worse, Amaral diminishes the appeal of her voice -- one similar to those of compatriotas Ana Torroja or Amaia Montero in its timbre and range -- by ignoring the matter of dynamic variation altogether. Whether pop, rock, or folk-infused, these songs either scream for attention or are so heavily mixed that the apparent lightheartedness of songs like "Marta, Sebas, Guille y los Demas" and "Salta" seems forced. It's only in the occasional hushed moment, as when guest vocalist Enrique Morente opens "No Soy Como Tu" with a lush flamenco llamada, that Pajaros achieves anything like texture or singularity.
© Jenny Gage /TiVo

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