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Coba Coba Remixed

Novalima

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AMAZING!!!!

Amazing, energetic world music for fans of latin percussion funk. This is a beautiful mix. The Coba Coba (not Remix) album is just as good -- and different enough from this one that it would be a disservice to your ears to not buy both.

An Excelent Blend of AfroPeruvian and Electronic Music!!!

An excelent remixed of their third studio album "Coba Coba" (5 stars too!!), this is an album where you can listen reinterpreted traditional AfroPeruvian songs with more instrumental experimentation and electronic as another instrument to construct this modern masterpiece of not only Peruavian but also World Music. I watch them live twice and can't wait to see them again next week, their show it's incredible with more musicians and more improvisation than their studio music. I really recomend this album specially if you listen groups like Gotam Project and Bajo Fondo Tango Club.

Great Music from Peru!

I heard this album while on vacation in Peru. There is something familiar and refreshing about this music. This is a must buy for those who love world music.

Biography

Formed: Lima, Peru

Genre: Latino

Years Active: '00s

Though Novalima was originally started by four Peruvian musicians living in all four corners of the world (Barcelona, Hong Kong, London, and Lima), this experimental music group's membership spans much wider than that. Their sound and goal are much too broad to be thought of in a traditional "credits list" sense. Though the world is generally familiar with several Afro-Latino musical styles, meaning musics created by the mutual influence of African, Spanish, and indigenous cultures, such as Afro-Cuban...
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