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En el amor

Nataša Mirkovic, Michel Godard, Jarrod Cagwin

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1
Madre un manseviko
Nataša Mirkovic
2:23
2
Buenas noches Hanum Dudu
Nataša Mirkovic
2:47
3
Ken kere tomar konsejo
Nataša Mirkovic
4:28
4
La tore
Nataša Mirkovic
3:28
5
Anderleto
Nataša Mirkovic
4:35
6
Porke yoras
Nataša Mirkovic
7:58
7
Noches noches, buenas noches
Nataša Mirkovic
5:58
8
Ken ez esto
Nataša Mirkovic
4:46
9
Poko le dash la mi konsuegra
Nataša Mirkovic
4:26
10
Lavaba la blanca niña
Nataša Mirkovic
3:12
11
Durme durme
Nataša Mirkovic
4:07
12
En el o
Nataša Mirkovic
5:43
13
Oh! Qué tiempo muy hermozo
Nataša Mirkovic
3:13
14
Oy ke buena ke fue la ora
Nataša Mirkovic
3:24
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:28
Recorded in the stunning setting of a former synagogue in St. Pölten, Austria, this unique release sees Bosnian singer Nataša Mirković, serpent player Michel Godard, and percussionist Jarrod Cagwin seamlessly merge Sephardi folksongs from Eastern Europe with elements of jazz in fourteen moving experimental pieces united by Mirković's evocative voice.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Carpe Diem Studio Masters

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