La lluz encesa

By Llan De Cubel

  1. En Pasando La Perruca
    Carretera Del Nalón
    La Madalena De Llanes
  2. Ente La Mar Y L’arena
    Saltón D’Adelina
    Llixeros De La Corredoria Y Payares
  3. La Rexa La Mar
  4. El Día De La Xibarte
    ¿Qué Lleves En Picu?
    Martyn Bennett’s Reel
  5. Palmira
    Salve Pixueta
  6. Alborada De Víctor Sáenz I
    Alborada De Víctor Sáenz II
  7. Matalalluna
  8. Mazurca Pa Charo Y Marcos
    Saltón D’ACE
  9. Les ánimes De Riosa
    Maruxina Del Brezu Rutu
    El Tíu Vicente
  10. Dormi, Fíu Del Alma
  11. La Xuliana
    Saltón D’Alba
    El Picu Miruellu
  12. Sidra De Pera
    El Ramín De San Xosé
    Les Mozuques De Robleo
    Si Me Caso Contigo
  13. La Lluz Encesa
  14. La Mar De Cuixo
    No Pican, Capitán
    Ellos Se Juntan

Three comments

Re: La lluz encesa

Inspired by The Tannahill Weavers, Kornog and The Bothy Band, Llan de Cubel was formed in 1984 and has become, possibly, the most influential band in Asturian traditional music.

Today, 20 years after the release of their last album (Un Tiempu Meyor, 1999) they have finally released a new one, great news to Asturians and Asturian music fans everywhere.

I think this is a very special album, not only because it’s their first one in 20 years, but because Elías García -one of the founding members, who shaped the way Asturian music is today, and all around nice guy- passed away unexpectedly last September, after the album had already been recorded.

Musicians:
Simon Bradley - fiddle
Elías García - Bouzouki & pedal bass
Fonsu Mielgo - percussion (bodhrán, bongos, Asturian drum, square drum), accordion, whistle & backing vocals
Xel Pereda - guitar & lead vocals
Xuan Rodríguez - Asturian pipes, low whistles & backing vocals

Guest Musicians:
Borja Baragaño - flutes
Iain MacLeod - mandolin (tracks 8 and 12)
Mike McGoldrick - flutes (track 4)
Pepín de Muñalén - flute & whistle (track 5)
Andrea Joglar: flute (track 6)
Jean-Michel Veillon: flute (track 1)

Recorded and mixed at Tutu Studios (Corvera, Asturies) in 2017 and 2018. Engineered by Sergio Rodríguez, Sergio Díaz & Xel Pereda.
Mastered at Lloria Studios (Xixón, Asturies) in 2019 by Xel Pereda.

http://smarturl.it/llan-de-cubel

Full album on Youtube (uploaded by the distributor)
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLa72Fu3R5GaOwljUuzIqRWOGfIv0O6xRG

Re: La lluz encesa

Thanks for the heads up, David. All the best for 2020.
No Marcus Llope on this ? I see it took 4 flute players to replace him 🙂 Look forward to listening to this, and almost certainly purchasing.
All the best for 2020.

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Re: La lluz encesa

Aye, I think Marcos quit the band a few years ago. When we brought them to Aviles for the Interceltic festival a couple of years back Borja was their flute player.

All the best for 2020 to you too Kenny!