Alvaro Paiva-Bimbo
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Albums

 

ALBUMS

 
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PALABRA (2015)

10 original songs, based on traditional Venezuelan rhythms, with his 20-piece band Movida Acústica Urbana and Luis Fernando Borjas’ voice.

 
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ROCK & MAU 2 (2014)

Vol II of the successful project Rock & MAU, 14 of the most iconic pop/rock Venezuelan artists singing their hits in the style of Venezuelan traditional music. Including Desorden Público, Los Amigos Invisibles, Servando Primera, et al.

 
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ROCK & MAU (2013)

For the first time ever, 6 of the biggest rock artists from Venezuela combine with a band of 10 musicians playing folklore music. The album that truly changed the history of Venezuelan music.

 
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LIUBLIANA (2012)

Original score for the awarded novel “Liubliana” by Eduardo Sánchez-Rugeles. CD was included in the first two editions of the book. Featuring Alvaro’s own orchestra “Filarmónica Desenredada” and solo guitar performed by the composer.

 
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BRAVEDAD (2011)

Second album of Kapicúa, instrumental Venezuelan music ensemble, with 11 original compositions by Jorge Torres, Edward Ramírez and Alvaro Paiva-Bimbo. Featuring special guests like Anat Cohen, Gabriel Grossi, Linda Briceño, et al.

 
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MOVIDA ACÚSTICA URBANA EN VIVO (2009)

Double live album recorded in Caracas, with groundbreaking instrumental performances by each one of the 6 ensembles that integrated MAU in March’09: Los Sinvergüenzas, Kapicúa, enCayapa, C4 Trío, Nuevas Almas & Kamarata Jazz. Through their own compositions, each group shows its approach to Venezuelan tradition, integrating jazz, world and contemporary music.

 
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PEOPLE AND PLACES (2008)

Crossover trio album with music by American bassist Dr. Keith Miller, along Canadian pianist Marianne Trudel, and Venezuelan guitarist Alvaro Paiva-Bimbo.

 
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SUENA A SALSA CON JAZZ (2007)

Cabijazz is a latin band that combines hardcore salsa with jazz, with a particular formation where the electric guitar plays along the sax. This album includes 9 originals and 3 covers of salsa brava.

 
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MUSIKAPICÚA (2006)

Debut album of Kapicúa, 12 instrumental compositions based on Venezuelan traditional genres like Merengue, Tonada, Malagueña, Gaita de Tambora, et al. Format is Mandolin, Cuatro, and Guitar.