World Music  Portugal
Uxu Kalhus A Revolta dos Badalos GMI07 CD
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FormatAudio CD
Ordering NumberGMI07
labelGalileo Vertrieb
Release date12.09.2008

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      Afro-Jazz-Rock-Ska-Classic influences are combined with the traditional Portuguese music and the result is an explosive and new Portuguese fusion style.

      Celina Piedade (Vox/Acordeon), Eddy Slap (Electric Bass), Paulo Pereira (Flute and Ralch Fifen), Luis Salgado (Drums), Tó Zé (Electric Guitar) and special guests: Nuno Patrício (Vox/Percussions) and Tony Tavares (Vox/Percussions)

      6 years and 180 balls after, there it is: A REVOLTA DOS BADALOS (something like "The Revolt of the Clappers", the very first one coming out!

      On the CD, you will find original compositions (Ex: Schottishes, Waltzes, Marches) and radical arrangements of Portuguese Dances (Ex: Malhão, Erva Cidreira, Regadinho) putting a mark on this first album, that concentrates, in a Compact Disc, the energy and spontaneity transmitted by the band on stage (Muscled Interpretations).

      UXU KALHUS can be defined as a group of fusion (Folk-Rock-Jazz), with influences of all the continents and styles (Chameleonic Sonorities) but with an assumed traditional root (Radical Trad); compositions and arrangements search inspiration in the folklore (Subversive FolK), reinventing a new language for the Ball and returning dances to the "Dance Floor" (Progressive Ball).

      The CD also includes a video that teaches group dances.

      The layer is made of textile paper, that lasts for more than 400 years!

      Tracklist hide

      CD 1
      • 1.Nova Babilónia
      • 2.Erva Cidreira
      • 3.Xotiska
      • 4.Malhao
      • 5.Horage
      • 6.Mat`aranha
      • 7.Faca e Alguidar
      • 8.Mazurka 13
      • 9.Regadinho
      • 10.Suite de Polkas
      • 11.Passadoble do Azulejo
      • 12.Maria de Ceicao
      • 13.Sariquité