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Cambio de Estacion

by Muza

2006 Independent Music Award winner for Dance/Electronica Album of the Year. A perfect blend of instrumental, electronica and stirring vocals by Sol Aravena in a fusion of moody and passionate pop, rock, Spanish and English that could only come from the s
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. Cambio de Estación
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2. Byrd of Water
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3. Luna Azul
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4. Gracias
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5. B-sad
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6. M-inspired
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7. Ecos
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8. Ensueño
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9. Arbol Tigre
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10. 3 Sabados
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Album Notes
2006 Independent Album Music Award winner for album of the Year in the Dance/Electronica category. Muza is Sol Aravena. An accomplished vocalist and composer who has worked with some of Chile's musical greats and is a driving force in its renaissance, her melancholy tunes reflect life under a dictatorship and her many European influences.

A native of Chile, Sol Aravena is a powerful musical force. With a voice described as "seductive and dreamy," and "entrancing," the strength of her music belies her youth.

Numerous tours through Spain, Germany, and Denmark followed the release of Muza's first album, Dream Electronico. Along with the collaboration on other projects of diverse styles (Subhira, UD No, Banda Tao, Laura Fuentees, Rosario Mena), at the end of 2002 Sol started composing what would become her most recent release.

Her Petroglyph Records' debut album Cambio de Estacion speaks of love, magic, reincarnation, destiny, and illusion. Sol says of her album, "It's like climbing a train in a certain season of life and getting off as another person in another place, without anxiety, with more strength, and more desire to live the destiny that has chosen you. Open the heart, the mind and the feelings. It is to be silent... to listen."


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Kelly Rudy

Awesome CD! Great song writing and arrangements.
This is a wonderful CD. Its kind of moody like Dido with some great arrangements and very entrancing smooth vocals. It is electronic but not too much so. It is rock, pop, bluesy Latin all in one. Very sensual.

D Bell

Alluring...Muza's voice held my attention song after song.
I haven't seen a picture of this siren, but her magnetic vocals convey that she is muy hermosa! Gracias and 3 Sabados are by far my favorite, stirring things up with a sound I can only call dreamy rock.

Shane Jones

If music were a woman, she would be MUZA.
If music were a woman, she would be MUZA. Her voice, with nuances that hint at a tone like Tori Amos and a lilting beauty like Sarah McLachlin, are like the arms that pull you close. The textures are many. Percussive rhythms fall in line with bass guitar like the beating of a heart, but also contrast with the soft undertones of violin, keyboards, sitar, and swelling guitars – a dancing Shakti goddess weaving through eternity. At times she can surprise you with an affront of heavy, dark guitar - like a woman scorned. But her whispers will draw you near, and her sweet Latin lyric, and the innocence of her English will keep her running through your mind.

Vanesa DePalma

I have listened and listened and listened to this album many times during all sorts of situations and it is a Jewel like voice which whispers strange Dido and Merchant from rhythms of bent Latino/Austrian Techno. It reminds me of background lovemaking music from an edgy indie drama. It is love out of focus because focus makes it impossible. It is frequently what Europeans prefer about relationships. It is a love that has always been too technical and discouraging for people with lofty ideals. It is definitely post-modern deconstructionist. It is not black but a stylish metallic charcoal.