sábado, 4 de julio de 2009

· "Serrat en Directo I" - Joan Manuel Serrat

Joan Manuel Serrat is more than just a singer and songwriter from Catalunia, Spain. He's one of the most brilliant voices and composers in the spectrum of the Spanish (and Catalan) language. Since his early days, he's been creating some of the most beautiful pieces, touching on political and social matters every bit as much as love and relationships. With Serrat En Directo (something like Serrat Live) you are presented with a comprehensive sample of his best works up to 1984 (when it was originally released). It is a must reference for longtime Serrat followers and newcomers into his music alike, since it provides a peek into a very wide range of his early works and, for the "hardcore" fans, it also offers new arrangements of some of his classic songs, such as "Cantares", "De vez en cuando la vida" and "Cada Loco Con Su Tema", which had come out not too long before this live album. This is the first of two parts.


http://www.mediafire.com/file/jnmwydczzyd/7a- Serrat en Directo Disc 1.rar

01- Intro
02- Cantares
03- De Vez en Cuando la Vida
04- Aristocracia del Barrio
05- Aquellas Pequeñas Cosas
06- Tu Nombre Me Sabe a Yerba
07- Sería Fantástic
08- Algo Personal
09- Romance de Curro, el Palmo
10- Mediterráneo
11- Plany al Mar
12- Para la Libertad

Bonus Track:

13- Fiesta (1985 studio version)

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