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Arriesgaré la Piel (I Will Risk My Skin)

Inti-Illimani

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When dictator Augusto Pinochet seized power in Chile in 1973 with the help of the CIA, artists and musicians were often singled out for persecution. The members of Inti-Illimani, an adventurous group that had been formed in 1967, were among those who fled the country, but they continued to record and tour outside of Chile. Inti-Illimani was still going strong when Xenophile released Arriesgare La Piel in 1996, which showed how eclectic and unpredictable the group can be. The music of Chilean and South American Indians is a strong influence on this CD, but Spanish influence is equally prominent. Though ballads and slow tempos are a high priority, Inti-Illimani provides a very dancable and invigorating mixture of Afro-Cuban and Peruvian elements on "El Negro Bembon," "Caramba, Yo Soy Dueno Del Baron" and "El Hacha." Inti-Illimani has recorded many memorable albums over the years, and Arriesgare La Piel is certainly up to the Chileans' high standards.

Biography

Formed: 1967 in Santiago, Chile

Genre: Raíces

Years Active: '90s, '00s

For well over 30 years, Inti-Illimani (the name translates as "Sun God") has held a beacon for Chilean music, both the traditional folk styles and the more contemporary nueva cancion. Back in 1967 a group of students at Santiago's Technical University formed a band to perform folk music. Taking their name from the Aymaran Indian language of the Andes, they began playing traditional music — something few did back then — and quickly earned a reputation around the capital, becoming more...
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Arriesgaré la Piel (I Will Risk My Skin), Inti-Illimani
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Latino, Music
  • Released: 1996

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