La Onda De Elia y Elizabeth

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Cat. Number: VAMPI 160

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First ever compilation of Elia y Elizabeth’s recordings, a duo of sisters who in a brief yet dazzling career during 1972 and 1973 achieved great success in their native Colombia. Taken from their two LPs, this compilation brings to light 16 tracks which remained hidden like lost pearls. Their concise and natural mix of styles sways between soft-pop with a touch of tropical-pastoral funk, singersongwriter sweetened by the subtle perfume of Caribbean music and gentle psychedelia.

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The recordings that the sisters Elia and Elizabeth Fleta made, hand in hand with music arranger Jimmy Salcedo in the early seventies in their native Colombia, remained hidden like lost pearls in the undervalued musical pop history of Latin America until today. Their concise and natural mix of styles sways between soft-pop with a touch of tropical-pastoral funk, singer-songwriter sweetened by the subtle perfume of Caribbean music and the psychedelia of a world in the midst of discovering all the possibilities offered by the recording studio. These elements blended graciously and fortuitously, brimming with freshness, in a perfect partnership of sharp melodies with lyrics inspired by a genuine juvenile curiosity about life’s mysteries, love and nature in their simplest forms.

A1 Alegría 3:59
A2 Descripción 2:55
A3 Soy Una Nube 2:55
A4 Se Oculta El Sol, Muere Una Flor 2:01
A5 Fue Una Lágrima 2:57
A6 Pesadilla 2:56
A7 Libre 2:43
A8 La Gran Ciudad 2:08
B1 Mis 32 Dientes 2:15
B2 Todo En La Vida 2:00
B3 Ponte Bajo El Sol 2:06
B4 Hay Que Vivir La Vida 2:31 B5 Cae La Lluvia 3:19
B6 ¿En Dónde Estás? 2:11
B7 Buscándonos 2:47
B8 En Los Dias En Que Era Demasiado Joven 3:10

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