CD D’alma

The highly anticipated debut album by Cabo Verdean singer and multi-instrumentalist Miroca Paris – known for working with Cesaria Evora – is finally out!

Carrying the simple yet profound title D’Alma (soul), this album is the result of composing and recording while on a continuous global tour for several years.
You’ll feel the backbone of upbeat raw infectious Funana rhythm and warm Coladera from Cabo Verde thriving on this record, lined with lots of guitar, rich percussion, Angolan semba, Brazilian samba, most of all it’s very Miroca Paris – Island Rhythm Innovator.

D’alma includes the favorites Mund Amor, Nhe Simpronia, Joana Joaninha and Ninguem
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D’Alma physical CD comes in a lovely 3-digipack, mat finish, with artwork by Brazilian illustrator Ricardo Don and photo’s by Malaysian photographer Kenneth Primus Lee. Photo’s shot in the rainforest of Borneo, Malaysia July 2017. Mirror CD with nature print continuing the artwork throughout the entire package.

The highly anticipated debut album by Cape Verdian singer and multi-instrumentalist Miroca Paris – known for working with the late Cesaria Evora “Barefoot Diva” – is finally out!

Carrying the simple yet profound title D’Alma (“soul”), this album is the result of composing, arranging and recording while on a continuous global tour these past years:
From his current home in Lisbon Portugal, to USA, Spain, The Netherlands, Cabo Verde and France, wherever inspiration came to him, another piece of D’Alma was born.

Now it’s time for Paris to do as the ‘Barefoot Diva’ always wished him to do: to share his own music with the world. To sing his heartfelt stories front and center. While Miroca Paris is known as a virtuoso percussionist and drummer, on D’Alma he returns to playing guitar – like he used to – growing up in the Cape Verde Islands with his toes in the sand.
Drawing on his vast rhythmic knowledge, he’s created his own unique guitar playing technique, forward driving, playful, surprising and fresh.

Miroca Paris: “D’Alma captures that cultural cocktail that is Cabo Verde. I was honored to work with renowned artists from Brazil to Cuba, to truly reflect the Kriol sound of the islands that I wanted to express.”

You’ll feel the backbone of upbeat raw infectious Funana rhythm and warm Coladera from Cabo Verde thriving on this record, lined with lots of guitar, rich percussion, Angolan semba, Brazilian samba, most of all it’s very Miroca Paris – Island Rhythm Innovator.

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Weight 0.3 kg
Color

Sunny Yellow, Brown Oak