Alejandro Florez & Tibagui: Malandanza - All About Jazz Review


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...Florez has called Malandanza "as playful as it is serious." There are passages in the music where that lighter nature is evident, but the truest expression of the album's humor can be found in some of the song titles. The album title itself translates to "Mishaps," which can only be self-deprecating as there are none evident. It's hard not to laugh at titles including, "El Gran Guayabo de los Hogares Colombianos" (The Great Hangover of Colombian Households), which surely refers to the morning-after effect of the local drink aguardiente, an Andean sugarcane liquor whose alcohol content can reach 60%. Perhaps "Cucarachas Tricolor" ("Tricolor Cockroaches") is what one sees after imbibing too much aguardiente... 
Read my full review on All About Jazz.


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