El Haru Kuroi | Sabung

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by El Haru Kuroi

Latin bossa rock with a traditional swing
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Jazz
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1. El Cucui
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2. Jaqui
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3. Oito De Julio
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4. La Guerra
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5. Aproveitar
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6. Amor Enamora Me
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7. Um Canto
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8. Primavera Negra
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9. Dia De Los Muertos
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Starting out as an acoustic band El-Haru Kuroi slowly began to incorporate electric styles to provide a more rounded sound. The songs range from a traditional mexican folk waltz with a bit of jazz swing, afro-peruvian, to other latin-brazilian rhythms, infused with a tinge of rock. The music glues together with a powerful mix of a Commanding Upright bass, Flavorful fingerpick/strummed guitar style, and Powerful supportive drumming. The final Element is the Swimming of Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese Lyrics which Glide right on top. Based in the Multi cultural "Ciudad de Los Angeles," El- Haru Kuroi seem to blend the musical ethnicities which define them....be sure to listen for the "Grito."


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