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Boomkat Product Review:
In early 2002 Guillermo Scott Heron (aka Prefuse 73, if you needed reminding) left his base in Atlanta and moved to Barcelona to explore and immerse himself in the culture and surrounding of his father's place of birth. His quest led him to meet Catalan singer/songwriter Eva Puyuelo Muns. Finding that they shared similar musical passions, namely Spanish folk music and the magical mid seventies MPB music of Brazil, they began collaborating on musical sketches that would at the end bring us this second Savath & Savalas album. It's fourteen tracks of beautiful music with full vocals from Scott and Eva in the Spanish/Catalan langauge (this is a songs album). Instrumentally and harmonically caught at the crossroads of traditional Catalan folk music, Club Da Esquina period Milton Nascimento and Lo Borges and the glorious harmonics of 70's country rock ala David Crosby et al. Recorded at Heron's home in Barcelona and mixed down at Soma, Chicago by John McEntire who also adds subtle additional instrumentation alongside John Herndon and Josh Abrams. The shadow of Prefuse 73's sound is nowhere to be seen, even the earlier S&S material is left alone - this is simply a personal, unassuming and heartfelt musical exploration into some of the most peaceful and rich music on this planet. Lovely.