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Yupaychay

Hidalgo

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
2009
Catalog ID:
MyloCD076
Label:
Mylodon Records
Format:
CD
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1. Condorcanqui (Illapu cover) 03:03   instrumental
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2. Tatatí (Inti Illimani cover) 03:33   instrumental
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3. Alturas (Horacio Salinas cover) 03:59   instrumental
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4. Galambito Temucano (Violeta Parra cover) 02:51   instrumental
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5. Danza 06:00   instrumental
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6. La partida (Victor Jara cover) 05:05   instrumental
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7. El mercado de Testaccio (Inti Illimani cover) 04:29   instrumental
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8. Transiente (Patricio Wang cover) 03:01   instrumental
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9. Ventolera (Quilapayún cover) 02:20   instrumental
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10. Canción de octubre (Illapu cover) 03:17   instrumental
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11. Charagua (Victor Jara cover) 03:24   instrumental
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Band members
Mauricio Nader Bass
Pablo Stagnaro Drums
Gabriel Hidalgo Guitars
Guest/Session
René Calderón Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Mauricio Nader Mixing
Javier Bassino Mastering
René Calderón Producer
René Calderón Keyboards
Mauricio Nader Mixing
Javier Bassino Mastering
René Calderón Producer
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Yupaychay means "Tribute" in Quechua Language.

Yupaychay is a Album of Rock/Metal Instrumental versions of folksongs ofthe period of the New Chilean Song.


Produced by René Calderón.
Co-Produced by Gabriel Hidalgo.
Orchestrated by René Calderón.

Recording information:

Recorded at Arrow Studios, between April - June 2009. Santiago, Chile.
Mixed by Mauricio Nader. Santiago, Chile.
Mastered by Javier Bassino. Santiago, Chile.

Added by: MeatWolf Modified by: The Glorious Dead
Added on: 2010-05-08 17:36:37 Last modified on: 2016-11-05 01:58:38