Category: Symphonic Metal

Corre Niña - OPA - Goldenwings/Magic Time (CD)

02.10.2012 / / Symphonic Metal

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  1. In Opa made their second album “Magic Time”’, this time with Ruben Rada acting as a fourth member on the record. Opa carried on through until the early 80s before Hugo Fattoruso moved to Brazil and Jorge Fattoruso moved back to Uruguay.4/5(2).
  2. Nov 21,  · Goldenwings / Magic Time, a Compilation of songs by Opa. Released in on Milestone (catalog no. MCD; CD). Genres: Jazz Fusion/5(1).
  3. OPA top albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download) | 18 ratings Goldenwings | 16 ratings Magic Time Opa Jazz Rock/Fusion. Review by octopus-4 "Corre Nina" doesn't remind me to anything particular: it's a very original track .
  4. In , it came as a quite a surprise when Fantasy reissued Opa's albums Golden Wings () and Magic Time () on a single minute CD -- surprising because the fusion trio had only a very small following; its albums were far from big sellers, and the original LP versions were in .
  5. Feb 06,  · Exact Audio Copy V prebeta 5 from 4. May EAC extraction logfile from December , Opa / Goldenwings_Magic Time Used drive: TEAC CD-WE Adapter: 1 ID: 0.
  6. Opa put out two excellent albums in the s, Goldenwings and Magic Time (available now, reissued on a single CD - a good deal). In the years between Opa and this album, Hugo had a son that grew up and learned to play the electric bass, apparently. He replaces Ringo Theilman on the bass in Trio Fatturuso, this recent release, and his Reviews: 2.
  7. Apr 05,  · Barry Finnerty: Gitarra electrica (Magic Time) Airto Moreira: Produccion, congas, percussion (Goldenwings y Magic Time) Temas - Goldenwings (): Goldenwings Paper Butterflies (Muy lejos te vas) Totem African Bird Corre niña Pieces - Incluyendo: a). Tombo b). La escuela c). Tombo d). The Last Goodbye Groove Temas.
  8. A1: Goldenwings: A2: Paper Butterflies (Muy Lejos Te Vas) A3: Totem: A4: African Bird: B1: Corre Niña:
  9. Opa foi um trio que se formou no Uruguai, na capital Montevidéu, em após a saída dos irmãos Hugo e Osvaldo Fattoruso do grupo Los Shakers. Gravaram dois álbuns: Goldenwings, em e Magic Time no ano seguinte, ambos gravados nos Estados Unidos e produzidos por Airto Moreira.

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