The Live Music Archive also has copies of all these tracks at this location.
|Pilanda Arroz||Nico y Fidel||2564 kb||2880 kb||15856 kb|
|Vikunati||Pedalus||6016 kb||6560 kb||41132 kb|
|Cosas Bellas||Danjhel||3480 kb||3712 kb||23408 kb|
|Musica Tipica||Bajo Mendez||2192 kb||2624 kb||15992 kb|
|De Lo Que Tenemos||Fantuzzi||3984 kb||4420 kb||23936 kb|
|Manganga||Olimpo y Laura||4144 kb||4924 kb||27688 kb|
|Mambo Del Machaui||Pedalus||4340 kb||4784 kb||30888 kb|
|Santu Paulu||Alan||5040 kb||6028 kb||37400 kb|
|Sin Limite||Fantuzzi y Todos||1652 kb||1908 kb||11640 kb|
|Aria Caddhripulita||Alan||3352 kb||3932 kb||22632 kb|
|Wayayayi||Pedalus||4824 kb||5696 kb||36196 kb|
|Esfera De Amor||Olimpo||4488 kb||5216 kb||29984 kb|
|Ojos Azules||Pedalus||4144 kb||4736 kb||30120 kb|
|Estrella Fugas||Fantuzzi||7380 kb||8412 kb||49004 kb|
|A Tratti||Alan||5172 kb||6036 kb||34692 kb|
|Cucio Lunar||Danjhel||4896 kb||5264 kb||33084 kb|
|Gracias Por Esta Vida||Fantuzzi||5112 kb||5940 kb||34000 kb|
TRACKS 2,7,11 & 13-- These beautiful songs were performed by a family from Colombia who came to the rainbow by bicycle. They have been travelling south America for several years playing and performing in the streets and schools spreading the message of peace and love. For me these songs make me melt in pure ecstasy.
TRACKS 3 & 16-- Perfomed by Danjhel from Panama. Both these songs were recorded late at night sitting near the kitchen fire. The insects in the background with the guitar and vocal is simply gorgeous.
TRACK 4-- The local farming community of Bajo Mendez typically brought food and instruments each sunday to the gathering. These were awesome cultural exchanges which made some very fun afternoons and evenings. This song was performed by the locals and it was recorded around the main circle fire with some festive dancing.
TRACKS 5,9,14 & 17-- These songs are from long time rainbow Fantuzzi. Normally he is very dificult to record as he is dancing and bouncing around as he performs. However the songs 5,14 & 17 were recorded late at night with several of us sitting near the main circle fire with a very intimate and tranquil vibe. song 9 was recorded during a sing along and drum session around the fire.
TRACKS 6 & 12-- These drum tracks are from Olimpo who left his homeland of Panama to study percussion in Cuba. He lives and breathes rhythm and you can feel it.
TRACKS 8,10 & 15-- Performed by the very energetic Alan from Italy. At night he was getting everyone singing and dancing, and by day he was focalizing the many food supply runs into the local town of Boquete. Song 10 is a personal recording favorite of mine. It was Alans last night at the rainbow and as he played the song he moved and swayed around the fire with most of the gathering behind him swaying and dancing behind him in choregraphed rhythm. It was a fun, magical and challenging recording moment and one in which I will never forget.