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Inti-Illimani — Huajra
Album: Canto al Programa
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7.4

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Total ratings: 135









Released: 1970
Length: 3:52
Plays (last 30 days): 0
(Instrumental)
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Bring back Rumillajta. Where are they? A rhetorical question, I know where they are, but they did this type of music so much better without the silly boom, boom of the electronic bass.
Sounds like a quena, not a pan flute
It was really nice until they started with the pan flute. I can't handle 'em anymore.
 gekkosan wrote:
{#Eek} Sheesh!  Either  you have super-human ears, or one heck of a nice sound system. I can't hear any noise at all.. 
{#Stupid}

 

Sound system. My ears used to be superb as well, but, I recently took a hearing test and I have lost some upper frequency sensitivity in my right ear. {#Frown} Getting old sucks.
 splooge wrote:
I give the music an 8, I give the sonics a 5. Awful lot of background noise.

 {#Eek} Sheesh!  Either  you have super-human ears, or one heck of a nice sound system. I can't hear any noise at all.. 
{#Stupid}

 calypsus_1 wrote:
no comment  -  9.
  

If you have no comment, why do you insist on posting a comment?
I give the music an 8, I give the sonics a 5. Awful lot of background noise.

no comment  -  9.
Wherever I travel I encounter  Inti-Illimani look-alikes, S.F., Paris, London, Cusco, Vancouver, Capetown, and moooooooore.

Is there a factory which clones them? If only they sounded as good as these original  Chilean guys.

THIS song, this set, fits perfectly with the morning weather on the east coast (USA).  How'd ya know, Bill?
In Italy Inti-Illimani were very famous in the '70 They are part of my childhood. Thank you Bill! :biggrin:
pedrock77 wrote:
Yeah, great traditional music! It's a pity all those Peruvian street musicians with synths and pan flutes have given this music such a bad name...
What you said. Back in the day, I actually used to purchase this type of music. Somehow, the overexposure of it has very much stifled my interest in it. When I hear it, I think Ghirardelli Square in SF!
...must add to all the other comments: ...please more of this kind of world music, traditional, authentic, good!
Yeah, great traditional music! It's a pity all those Peruvian street musicians with synths and pan flutes have given this music such a bad name...
YAY! Great track. So good to hear the genuine article too - without the cheap electronic ambient backing track that seems to accompany all our Andean buskers...
I'm Chilean too. It's very surprising to hear Inti-Illimani in Radio Paradise! =P
Come on!!! Inti-Illimani is a very famous band here in CHILE, they're not peruvian like some people here think. Regards and congratulations for having this band in you playlist!
reminds me of those guys who always used to fake playing the pan flute in front of my building in NYC. i wonder if they ever sold any albums?
Esto es música carajo :music:
I keep expecting a troupe of poncho wearing Peruvians to come conga-ing like round my flat with pan pipes and guitars...
I used to think that there was only one Peruvian group playing one panpipes set and they were following me around the world. Then I saw this group live.......a class apart.
araujokrl wrote:
man, i don't want to walk away from my computer for a may miss a note of the magic Bill is spinning
Same here. This has been a stellar set so far. And Inti Illimani to boot - first time I've heard this here. Baile!
araujokrl wrote:
man, i don't want to walk away from my computer for a may miss a note of the magic Bill is spinning
... yea, it's like that :music: wonderful set(s)!!!
araujokrl wrote:
man, i don't want to walk away from my computer for a may miss a note of the magic Bill is spinning
I'll 2nd that
man, i don't want to walk away from my computer for a may mis a note of the magic Bill is spinning
So far away of my country...and suddenly this song appears in RP...wow....I almost cry
Mari wrote:
Oh yes please :music: more music from the Andes
Agreed!
UltraNurd wrote:
Does this have any relation to the instrumental version of El Condor Pasa? The style of the composition strikes my amateur ears as similar.
Nah. Just the same insturment - Panpipes. It does sound better than Zamfir, though.
Does this have any relation to the instrumental version of El Condor Pasa? The style of the composition strikes my amateur ears as similar.
Mari wrote:
Oh yes please :music: more music from the Andes
Here here!
Inti FTW! What a nice surprise!
Oh yes please :music: more music from the Andes
:cool:
Wow new music! As a classical music lover, this is wonderful. Nine.