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# Divers

Ignacio María Gómez

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Belesia iii
Sensible à la cause des afro-descendants d’Amérique latine, l’Argentin Ignacio María Gómez a arpenté le continent avec sa guitare et son balafon. En Guinée, au Japon ou en France, il a ensuite pactisé avec des musiciens d’exception comme Loy Ehrlich, Naïssam Jalal, Ballaké Sissoko, Vincent Segal… Telles de bonnes fées, tous participent à ce premier album acoustique à la douceur enivrante traversé de rythmes relaxants, relents bossa et syncopes samba à la clé. Omniprésente, jamais envahissante, l’imprévisible voix chantée dans une langue chamani...
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