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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire #224 - Music, El comunero: Keep Fighting (fr) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:37:01 +0200

The El Communero released her second album. Musical project, and revolutionary, or revolutionized music when manners. --- El comunero, after the nickname of his grandfather Tomas, but the Spanish Communist fighter in the columns anarchists during the Spanish Civil War, a group is influenced by rhythm and music of the revolutionary Spain. But it is also a group of enthusiasts from different musical (Air scratch, Leo yells ...) who want to relive the struggles, dreams and hopes, the sorrows of these fighters and fighting of freedom. So musical project, but also a political project, since playing in schools, prisons, support for political organizations or unions, is never trivial. ---- If the first album El comunero (the title track) was a great surprise and delight cake on stage, the second Sigue Luchando transforms the test.

The playful tone is often dynamic, breathing power rock to a directory and invigorated and transformed into a modern hymns confusing. Ay Carmela! for example, the introduction worrisome, mark well the pressure of war and takes the floor against the original which suddenly seems even slightly naive. And the seed infused klezmer clarinet by group refers to a great metaphor for revolutionary whirlwind that time outside the norm. Fifteen pieces, eleven "original" and four tracks recorded live, compose the album. It may be noted in the first place will open a directory always militant although not specifically colored "Spanish Social Revolution" with the times of Duerme Negrito (Yupanqui Atahulapa) The Partisan (Leonard Cohen) or L'Estaca ( Luis Llach). Other times use the best directory anarchist with a tribute to Solidarios (Durruti, Ascaso and García Oliver) and recorded a song for the first time, written by the companions of the Durruti Column in tribute to him after his death ( Sus Ojos). Ecumenical El comunero also incorporates songs specifically fascist and communist.

Paquit @ (Al Toulouse)
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