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Album Review

Sea is the follow-up to Jorge Drexler's masterpiece Frontera. And although it's not as brilliant as its predecessor, it's certainly a very strong effort. Drexler is not "just" another songwriter in the Spanish tradition. He pays an unusual attention to music, not only words. In this album, loops and electronic sounds are added to his frequent combination of Brazilian, Argentine, and — of course — Uruguayan influences, genres, and styles. Although it's a pretty even album, there are some highlights: the beautiful chacarera "Crece," the ballad "Me Haces Bien," the candombe with scratches in "Tamborero," and the catchy "Horas." ~ Iván Adaime, Rovi

Biography

Born: September 21, 1964

Genre: Latin Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Jorge Drexler, a critically acclaimed Uruguayan singer/songwriter who resides in Spain, began his recording career in the early '90s but didn't experience mainstream breakthrough success until his seventh album, Eco (2004), and its Oscar-winning song "Al Otro Lado del Río." Born on September 21, 1964, in Montevideo, Uruguay, he comes from a Jewish family that fled persecution in Germany. He studied to become an otolaryngologist (i.e., ear, throat, and nose doctor) like his parents but ultimately...
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