℗ 1973 Alfonso Noel Lovo
 

Terremoto Richter 6:25 - Managua

Alfonso Noel Lovo

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1
Obertura / Back To Africa
Alfonso Noel Lovo
3:07
2
Hijack
Alfonso Noel Lovo
2:28
3
The Magic Mushroom World
Alfonso Noel Lovo
1:43
4
Mora Limpia
Alfonso Noel Lovo
1:28
5
Terremoto
Alfonso Noel Lovo
5:11
6
In The Woods Of The Moon
Alfonso Noel Lovo
2:20
7
Leonor
Alfonso Noel Lovo
2:26
8
Apocalipsis en el Trópico
Alfonso Noel Lovo
3:25
9
Managua Nicaragua Blues
Alfonso Noel Lovo
2:17
10
Mazurca
Alfonso Noel Lovo
1:59
Total Playing Time    26:24
This digital reissue sees Nicaraguan musician Alfonso Noel Lovo's 1973 album Terremoto Richter 6:25 - Managua made available to a new generation of listeners. Recorded in New Orleans, these songs reflect on the devastating effects of the magnitude 6.25 earthquake which struck the Nicaraguan capital Managua on 23 December 1972, as well as other personal traumas experienced by Lovo. Combining elements of jazz, psychedelic rock, Louisiana blues, Colombian music and Panamanian music, this is an absorbing musical tribute to an historical tragedy.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Alfonso Noel Lovo Studio Masters

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