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RegionPrize including tax and shipping
Sweden140 SEK
Scandinavia€ 18
Europe€ 20.00
USA$ 22.00 (Import charges may apply)
The second album by Celso Paco & Dynamo de Luxe, “Moçambique”, is slated for release in the summer of 2018. Now the time has come for their next selection of Africa-inspired music with a Swedish twist. Immersed in the rich musical traditions of Mozambique, Celso Paco, on vocals and percussion, brings this heritage to the table, and each member of the band adds their own flavours - be it pop, rock, jazz and other genres – to create a distinctive sound. Most of the tracks are original material by the band. Interpretations of two carefully chosen covers are also featured: The title track, Bob Dylan’s” Moçambique”, was given Portuguese lyrics in tribute of the country where Celso Paco grew up and began his musical journey; and” One world, a song by The Police has a message that burns as bright as it ever did in a world full of strife and refugees. All the original material features lyrics by Celso Paco, though Henning Mankell, known for his “Swedish Noir” bestsellers, penned the lyrics for the track” Me”. They were a gift to Celso Paco when the two men were working together on a theatre production at Teatro Avenida in Maputo.
After touring together for many years, “Dugongo” was the band’s first CD; released in 2011 by their own label EKO in Gothenburg. The bulk of the material is by Celso Paco, but the ideas and backgrounds of the rest of the band have also shaped the music into something very singular. Strongly influenced by the music of his homeland, Celso Paco interprets traditional tunes from the region of Maputo. Neighboring countries such as South Africa and Zimbabwe have also provided inspiration, along with the international rock and jazz scene, which is reflected in the composition and the expression of the group. Celso shares personal experiences and reflections performed in Ronga, Shona, Shangani, Chope (local languages found in southern Mozambique), Portuguese, English and French. Whatever the origin and styles of their music, Celso Pace & Dynamo de Luxe are devoted to the poetry, groove and energy of African music.