Agustin Pereyra Lucena Quartet, La Rana
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2021 10 15

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      1. 3 Horas Da Manha (Ivan Lins, Waldemar Correia)

      2. Samba Do Aviao (Antonio Carlos Jobim)

      3. Tema Medieval (Agustin Pereyra Lucena)

      4. Despues De Las Seis (Agustin Pereyra Lucena, Guillermo Reuter)

      5. Tema Barroco (Guillermo Reuter)

      6. La Rana (João Donato)

      7. Pra Que Chorar (Baden Powell)

      8. Encuentro De Sombras (Agustin Pereyra Lucena)


    Recording Year: 1980

    Far Out Recordings proudly presents Argentinian guitarist Agustín Pereyra Lucena’s 1980 album La Rana. Recorded in Oslo, La Rana features Agustín’s stunning takes on compositions by Ivan Lins, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Agustín’s friend and musical hero Baden Powell. In addition to these, and a number of Agustín’s own compositions including the fifteen-minute masterpiece “Encuentro De Sombras”, the album’s title track is an idiosyncratic version of Joao Donato’s “A Rã” (Eng: The Frog/ Esp: La Rana) from his 1973 album Quem É Quem.

    Forming the rest of the quartet are two fellow Argentinians who were also Agustin’s bandmates from the group Candeias: bassist and multi-instrumentalist Guillermo Reuter and flautist Ruben Izarrualde; with Norweigan drummer Finn Sletten on drums and percussion.

    Throughout La Rana we hear not only Agustín’s fabled guitar playing, which ascended him to share stages with the likes of Vinicius de Moraes, Dorival Cayymi, Toquinho, Maria Bethania, Chico Buarque and Quarteto Em Cy, but also his talent as a vocalist. He also provided the heartening illustration for the cover art, which perfectly fits the cordial, inviting tone of the music. Inspired in equal measure by South American rhythms and Norweigan glaciers, mountains and waterfalls, La Rana is filled with the warmth, humility and sincerity of a man seizing a joyful moment in life through music.


    Arranged By – Agustin Pereyra Quartet* (tracks: 1-7), Guillermo Reuter (tracks: 8)

    Artwork – Agustin Pereyra

    Bass, Piano, Vocals, Percussion – Guillermo Reuter

    Drums, Vocals, Percussion – Finn Sletten

    Engineer [Recording Assistant] – Arvid Esperø

    Engineer [Recording], Mixed By – Haakon Manheim

    Flute, Vocals, Percussion – Ruben Izarrualde

    Guitar, Vocals, Percussion, Mixed By, Producer – Agustin Pereyra

    Mixed By – Guillermo Reuter

    Recorded At – Ny York Studio, Oslo

    Mixed At – Ny York Studio, Oslo