Release date: 2008
Style: Folk rock

Rating:

9 | 4 votes

Owners:

5 have it
1 wants it


01. Slaint A La Brasilis
02. Tempos Idos
03. Dança No Abismo
04. Hamlá
05. Juras Promessas
06. Lua
07. Brunebriante Papoula Dançante
08. Falalafada
09. Bloom (Ode A Joyce)
10. A Pinga Do Duende Maluco

Review


Additional info
Folk Rock
Label: Underclass Records
Distribution in France, and to buy the album => http://www.underclass-music.com
Brazil: 2008
Length: 50:44

Line-Up on the CD:
Vocals, guitars, violin, mandolin, bouzuki, ti whistle, flute, percussions: Bruno Maia

Guest musicians:
Vocals: Fernanda Ohara
Vocals on "Falalafada" e "Dança no Abismo": Isabel Tavares
Vocals on "A Pinga do duende Maluco": Adriano Jamaica
Vocals on "Bloom" and "Lua": Renata Barretom
Guitars on "Falalafada": Mael Saout
Bass: Giovani Gomes
Drums: Anderson Alarça
Keyboards "Hamlá", "Juras Promessas" and "Bloom": Edgard Britto
Keybaords on "Falalafada", "Tempos Idos" e "A pinga do duende maluco": Rafael Castro
Irish Flute on "Sláinte a la Brasilis": Cian O´Sulivan
Uilleann Pipes on "Sláinte a la Brasilis": Dan O´Sulivan
Violins on "Brunebriante Papoula Dançante" and "A Pinga do duende maluco": Marta Pacífico
Violin (on "Bloom"): Marcus Viana
Fiddle on "Sláinte a la Brasilis": Michelle O´Brien
Pandeiro on "Sláinte a la Brasilis": Waltinho
Programations: Jacques Mathias

Staff review by
Jeff

Rating:
8.0
If you're into Folk Metal you probably know Bruno Maia, the singer and leader of the Brazilian combo Tuatha De Danann. We didn't have a lot of news from the band since the release date of their last album "Trova Di Danu" in 2004 but finally it seems that Bruno is not sleeping anymore! "...E O Mundo De La" is his first solo album and you can be sure that you'll be able to listen to good Folk Rock with this release!

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published 16.10.2008 | Comments (6)



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