Monday, June 2, 2008

L'Ham de Foc - Cor de Porc (Spain 2005) @320

. SPAIN - VALENCIA

The third recording by this Spanish band finds them deeply immersed in the music of Greece, the Balkans and the Adriatic.

01. Voldrien (5:41)
02. Per la boca (4:45)
03. Pandero (4:03)
04. La Raó (4:00)
05. Cus! (4:47)
06. Tristos ulls (5:42)
07. L’estimat del corb (4:41)
08. Encara (8:56)
09. Jorn e nit (7:01)
10. Història curta d’un vent (5:14)
11. Àngels de menta (6:19)
12. L’únic peix no foll del món (1:56)


EFRÉN LÓPEZ: Oud, Cura Saz, Meydan Saz, Divan, Baglama, Cretan Laouto, Lavta, Trompa Marina, Hurdy-Gurdy, Gittern, Persian Santoor, Langeleik, Afghan Robab, Tanpura, Kanoun, Medieval Lute, Çümbüs Tanbur, Çümbüs Oud, Horn, Galician Pandero.
MARA ARANDA: Voice.
DIEGO LÓPEZ: Davoul, Bendir, Doira, Tombak, Daire, Udu, Riq, Table, Spoons, Duff, Finger Cymbals.
EDUARD NAVARRO: Galician Bagpipe, Bulgarrian Bagpipe, Graile, Spanish Shawn, Moraharpa.
CONSTANTINO LÓPEZ: Cittern.
HRISTOS BARBAS: Ney, Kaval.
OSVALDO JORGE: Tabla, Ghatam, Kanjira.
JUAN MANUEL RUBIO: Medieval Harp.
VANESA MUELA: Spoons, Tapadera, Tambourine., Voice.
MASUD NADERI: Tombak.
MARIA LAFITTE: Voice.
JOSEP MARIA RIBELLES: Celtic Harp.
PANTELIS PAVLIDIS: Lyra from Pontos (Black Sea).
RALF EICKMEIER: Kemençe, Rebec.
NIKOS TZANNIS: Kemençe.
RAFA GISBERT "CATO": Dodelsack.
DAVID ANTICH: Arrangements for medieval lutes on "Jorn e Nit".


Covers included


11 comments:

radioshoes said...

This is wonderful! Many thanks!

Russ said...

Really Nice to have you back, thanks for this great post!

CrimsonKing said...

Thanks friends.
:)

Anonymous said...

This is fabulous! Thank you so much.

Welcome back, by the way.

Anonymous said...

A truly wondrous album by an amazing band. All their work is excellent. If you like any of the mediterranean traditional styles, and/or mediaeval music you'll find much to love in L'Ham de Foc's world. They rock! Hard!
---EeeGee

CrimsonKing said...

Yes EeeGee, I agree with you.
:)

gkapageridis said...

What can i say. This is a simply great share. I fabolous folk record with elements from our lost home as we called it, Pontos in Turkey.
Thank you very much indeed.
This is a trully great blog.

Anonymous said...

HI you got a nice music site that ya going here !!
Keep up the good work, I love it AAAA++++ , I am going to tell all my friends about this site !!

Thanks GW Williams
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oiche said...

Have been listening to this for years now and still do. Simply one of the best albums in world or folk music, or any genre for that matter, in the last twenty years. Every track is astonishing.

Anonymous said...

Interesting the Larks' Tongues connection here - that atmosphere so powerful on Larks, Starless, Red... Never felt it again so strongly till heard L'Ham de Foc's "Cor de Porc"! King Crimson once favourite band. Now L'Ham de Foc would be - if they hadn't finished! Some simply know when a creative thing's dwindling; some just lost in the dwindling... Gave up hope on Crimson, but still live in hope of Foc!

CrimsonKing said...

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