Lina_Raül Refree

Lina_Raül Refree - Lina_Raül Refree
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Based on 19 ratings
January 17, 2020 / Release Date
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Glitterbeat / Label
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( ☆☆½ ) — averagely acceptable
Raw, cruel and dark, just like the album cover. And something about this album maked me feel SO curious. I realy didn't expected this to be a Fado album, which I don't even knew what genre was until a searched for something about Lina's and Raul partnership. I felt different things while I was listening. It is sad, beautiful, and so well executed. Sometimes makes me wanna dance, and makes me smile with a tear in the corner of my eye. Just a beautiful surprise. I felt like I needed to listen ... read more
Genre: Fado
Origin: Portugal

Final Verdict: 60% (Good Album)
Yearly ranking: 55th / 139

Highlight: Cuidei que tinha morrido

Made me think of:
Amália Rodrigues
An art pop and ambient-ish fado. There something in this as even though such emotionally trembled latino music irritates me more that gives pleasure, this one was quite a nice to listen to.
Ambient Fado. Dreams of the forgotten star. Mute fireplace is surrounded by faceless, empathetic beings. The smell of burning wood, spontaneously cracking is slowly becoming one with the stars, that can be seen through the nearby window. The fireplace at one point is the window itself, the window is the fireplace and all of the faceless spectators, through their seemingly bleak never-blinking eyes are experiencing the cosmic void and playfulness of the fire at the same time.
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Added on: January 15, 2020