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Cantora 2

Mercedes Sosa

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Cantora is Mercedes Sosa's first album for Sony, and it is clear the company pulled out all the stops in the conception and promotion of this ambitious project, a two-part album featuring 35 duets with a list of guests that reads like a who's-who of contemporary Latin American music. A world music diva of the stature of Edith Piaf, Mina, or Amália Rodrigues, Mercedes Sosa has always been revered by her colleagues, and considered a mandatory source of musical — if not often ideological, as well — inspiration for all Latin American singers. Thus, it is hardly surprising that Cantora, Vol. 1, released in March 2009, can boast of a lineup of artists such as Caetano Veloso, Joan Manuel Serrat, Jorge Drexler, Luis Alberto Spinetta, Shakira, Julieta Venegas, Gustavo Santaolalla, Nacha Roldán, and León Gieco, among many others. As with all projects of this kind, however, not every collaboration works on the same level. In this respect, highlights are probably up to the listener, according to how much he/she rates the guest in turn — it is hard to imagine longtime Sosa admirers caring much for her duets with young Latin pop stars, but fans of the latter may find their numbers a real treat. It would be inaccurate to blame the album's hiccups on the recording company's obvious design for maximum crossover, since Sosa has always shown a keen interest in trying different genres, as well as in fostering the work of new composers. Nevertheless, it is also true that she never sounds as comfortable as when she takes on her true province, Argentine folklore music. Contrary to the quintessential Sosa recordings, Cantora is a fairly subdued affair, with most songs whispered against unobtrusive yet tasteful acoustic arrangements by Poppi Spatocco. This is probably due to an effort to find a common ground between singers of very different registers. It certainly works very well, as it creates an encompassing sonic texture that helps to render the entire album less dissimilar than it may have been. Mercedes Sosa died in October 2009 after a long illness, and the effects of her illness are already in evidence in this project, as she is unable to sing at the peak of her otherworldly powers. Needless to say, she remains a class interpreter throughout the entire album, happy in the company of her obviously thrilled friends, admirers, and protégés, gathered throughout the course of an extraordinary lifetime. All together, they make Cantora into the moving farewell that it was probably conceived to be. Both Cantora volumes are also available together as a double-CD/DVD edition, with videos from the recording sessions

Biografía

Nacido/a: San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina, 09 de julio de 1935

Género: Raíces

Años de actividad: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The driving force behind the nueva canción movement, singer Mercedes Sosa was born and raised in Tucumán, Argentina, beginning her performing career at age 15 after taking top honors in a radio station amateur competition. A rich, expressive vocalist and a gifted interpreter, Sosa was dubbed "the voice of the silent majority" for her choice of overtly political material, and alongside artists including Violeta Parra and Atahualpa Yupanqui, she spearheaded the rise of the so-called "nueva canción"...
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Cantora 2, Mercedes Sosa
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  • 10,99 €
  • Géneros: Raíces, Música, Latino
  • Publicado: 25/06/2009

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