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Lorca - Sleepwalker's station - Numbered edition - Limited Edition Vinyl

Tracklist

Face A
A1.
Wandering people
Sleepwalker's station
04:28
A2.
Hacia Marte
Sleepwalker's station
03:29
A3.
Rue du Bourg
Sleepwalker's station
04:03
A4.
Uno di noi
Sleepwalker's station
04:14
A5.
Winter in Berlin
Sleepwalker's station
04:08
Face B
B1.
La Valse
Sleepwalker's station
01:33
B2.
Si j'étais
Sleepwalker's station
04:39
B3.
de Molinos y Gigantes
Sleepwalker's station
04:41
B4.
Tucumán
Sleepwalker's station
03:36
B5.
Unterwegs
Sleepwalker's station
04:25

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Description

An Indie Folk Album in 5 languages and 4 dialects!
...involving more than 20 musicians from all over Europe …from Iceland to Andalusia.
The main members of this project are from Spain, Italy and Germany and are based in Munich, Berlin, Barcelona and Ravenna.

We decided to write an album in 5 languages and 4 dialects as our way to reflect who we are and where we come from. Each song also respects the cultural and linguistic background of the language it is written in.

On “de molinos y gigantes” we work with gypsies from Jerez de la Frontera (Spain) where flamenco comes from.

Instruments and Styles:
You’ll hear elements and traces of Tango, Flamenco, Waltz, Chanson, reggae and even hip hop in these songs perfectly blending into a unique Folk album.
From Brass instruments/winds (Clarinet, tuba, trumpet, saxophone) to various string instrument (Cello, violin, double bass..), Ukulele, mandolin, slide guitar to exotic percussions (Hapi, Surdu, tablas,…) to electronic beats.

Sleepwalker's Station
Germany

Sleepwalker's Station is a German-Italian-Spanish Indie Folk band from Berlin, on tour since 2011 playing over 800 live gigs across Europe and America including festivals like Glastonbury (UK), SXSW (Texas), Open Flair (Germany), No sin Música (Spain), MEI (Italy), Westway Lab (Portugal) East side music days (Berlin)...

The new Album Lorca which has just been nominated for the award of German discographic Critics' association and is being aired on Spanish (Radio 3) and German National Radio (Deutschlandradio) features various collaborations with artists and musicians from Iceland to Andalusia.

The songs are written in 5 languages (Italian, German, Spanish, French and English) and 4 dialects (Bavarian, Venetian, Catalan and Andalusian)