Salvavidas de hielo Jorge Drexler

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2017

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
26.10.2017

Label: WM Spain, WM Spain

Genre: Latin

Subgenre: Pop Latino

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  • 1Movimiento03:51
  • 2Telefonía03:05
  • 3Silencio03:27
  • 4Pongamos que hablo de Martínez03:02
  • 5Estalactitas04:21
  • 6Asilo (feat. Mon Laferte)03:03
  • 7Abracadabras (feat. Julieta Venegas)03:38
  • 8Mandato04:52
  • 9Despedir a los glaciares03:37
  • 10Quimera03:38
  • 11Salvavidas de hielo (feat. Natalia Lafourcade)03:29
  • Total Runtime40:03

Info zu Salvavidas de hielo

„Salvavidas de hielo“ is the new studio album from Jorge Drexler featuring eleven tracks. All performing facets of this album (vocals, instrumentation & production) were orchestrated by Drexler himself. Always looking to create and introduce a different sounds to his music, here Drexler creates a well crafted album whose focal point is his vocals and the acoustic guitar, yet filled with various persussion sounds and rhythms, all originating from the guitar. Needless to say, this is an album long awaited by his many loyal fans throughout the world. It has taken Drexler three years to complete this album, and if his previous works are any indication, this will become another highly acclaimed project with many accolades to come.

Jorge Drexler, vocals




Jorge Drexler
(born Jorge Abner Drexler Prada on September 21, 1964) is an Uruguayan musician and actor.

In 2004 Drexler won wide acclaim after becoming the first Uruguayan ever to win an Academy Award. He won for composing the song "Al Otro Lado del Río" from The Motorcycle Diaries.

In 1995 he was invited to Madrid by well-known Spanish songwriter Joaquín Sabina, who introduced him to other important Spanish singers. Drexler went to Spain to record the album Vaivén in 1996 with Spanish musicians. Vaivén included some old songs from his previous releases mixed with new compositions. He moved to Spain and recorded another four albums: Llueve (1998), Frontera (1999), Sea (2001) and Eco (2004).

Although he lives most of the year in Spain, his latest three albums were partially recorded in Uruguay with Uruguayan musicians. Juan Campodónico and Carlos Casacuberta, former members of rock band El Peyote Asesino, have produced Drexler's albums since Frontera.

His music is a combination of Uruguayan traditional music (candombe, murga, milonga, tango), bossa nova, pop, jazz and electronic music, which results in very personal compositions with original arrangements. The words also play an important role in his songs. Apart from love, reflections about identity, race and religions are a constant in his work.

Drexler's song "Al otro lado del río" appeared in the internationally acclaimed film "The Motorcycle Diaries" (Spanish title: "Diarios de motocicleta"). Though Drexler himself sang the song on the movie soundtrack, it was performed together by Antonio Banderas and Carlos Santana at the Academy Awards ceremony. Upon his winning the Oscar for Best Original Song, Drexler's "speech" consisted mostly of him singing a portion of the song a cappella.



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