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  • Las Rocas Playlist: The Tribes

    [Editor’s Note: this is the third of six playlist posts collected in our Island Music series, which shares some of the Spanish and Latin music playlists we’ve created for our Panama resort, with a little context about the artists and styles featured in each.]

    As you’ve discovered via our “Tradicionalistas” and “Tradición en Transición” playlists, island music at Edén is firmly rooted in Latin America. Many of the playlists at Las Rocas, on the other hand, have more to do with the “desert island fantasy” that naturally arises from this bar’s stunning beachfront locale. Shaded by gargantuan jungle trees and glancing sidewise at vast expanses of zebra-striped sand and sparkling Pacific to the horizon… it’s not long before you start imagining “going native” — questioning why we wear shoes at all, coming up with ideas for tattoos, and just generally wondering what it would be like to cut your ties to the rest of the world. I can attest to the fact that, after spending some time on the island, this does indeed begin to happen. It’s a wonderful frame of mind to be in (and while it is ultimately just a fantasy for most of us, if you want to stay permanently, we can accommodate you); and if you find yourself wanting to get into this tribal frame of mind at home, this playlist will help.

    Tribal music, Latin music

    Album cover for the 13-track “Tribalistas”, a one-off collaboration by Brazilian musicians Arnaldo Antunes, Carlinhos Brown, and Marisa Monte, here drawn in chocolate.

    This set is bookended by tracks from Te Vaka, an Oceanic band that mixes indigenous percussion (log drumming and thigh-slapping, for example) with acoustic and electric guitars for a swelling South Pacific sound, while Bill Laswell’s bass-heavy homage to Jamaican melodica-ist Augustus Pablo fills out the middle of the playlist, along with two tracks from Brazilian Marisa Monte’s poppy but indigenously-infused Tribalistas album. The rest of the tracks transport you around the globe while preserving their tribal commonality, whether through Gaudi or Thievery Corporation remixing vocalists from ancient traditions, the Celtic-African fusion of Baka Beyond, or the unfiltered sound of Baba Djan.

    [Login to your Spotify account (or join — it’s free!) to listen to the playlist. Songs featured in the island music playlists can be purchased in Amazon’s or Apple’s online stores:]

    Te Vaka: “Iuliana”, Tutuki (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Baka Beyond: “Ancestor’s Voice”, The Meeting Pool (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Marisa Monte: “Tribalistas”, Tribalistas (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Gaudi: “Tribalove”, Bass, Sweat & Tears (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Bill Laswell: “The Lower Ground”, Sacred System, Chapter 4: Book Of Exit (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Gaudi & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: “Ena Akhiyan Noo”, Dub Qawwali (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Thievery Corporation & Ustad Sultan Khan: “Tarana”, Perfect Remixes, Volume 4 (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Baba Djan: “Kankan”, Guinea Vibrations (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Marisa Monte: “Carnavália”, Tribalistas (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Te Vaka: “Kaluve pepe”, Haoloto (Amazon) (iTunes)
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    1. jeremy davit says:

      What a great compilation. Having grown up in Brazil, Marisa Monte and Arnaldo Antunes were always on the sound waves. Tribalistas is a great collaboration. Thanks for sharing.

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    As you’ve discovered via our “Tradicionalistas” and “Tradición en Transición” playlists, island music at Edén is firmly rooted in Latin America. Many of the playlists at Las Rocas, on the other hand, have more to do with the “desert island fantasy” that naturally arises from this bar’s stunning beachfront locale. Shaded by gargantuan jungle trees and glancing sidewise at vast expanses of zebra-striped sand and sparkling Pacific to the horizon… it’s not long before you start imagining “going native” -- questioning why we wear shoes at all, coming up with ideas for tattoos, and just generally wondering what it would be like to cut your ties to the rest of the world. I can attest to the fact that, after spending some time on the island, this does indeed begin to happen. It’s a wonderful frame of mind to be in (and while it is ultimately just a fantasy for most of us, if you want to stay permanently, we can accommodate you); and if you find yourself wanting to get into this tribal frame of mind at home, this playlist will help.
    
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    This set is bookended by tracks from Te Vaka, an Oceanic band that mixes indigenous percussion (log drumming and thigh-slapping, for example) with acoustic and electric guitars for a swelling South Pacific sound, while Bill Laswell’s bass-heavy homage to Jamaican melodica-ist Augustus Pablo fills out the middle of the playlist, along with two tracks from Brazilian Marisa Monte’s poppy but indigenously-infused Tribalistas album. The rest of the tracks transport you around the globe while preserving their tribal commonality, whether through Gaudi or Thievery Corporation remixing vocalists from ancient traditions, the Celtic-African fusion of Baka Beyond, or the unfiltered sound of Baba Djan.
    
    [Login to your Spotify account (or join -- it's free!) to listen to the playlist. Songs featured in the island music playlists can be purchased in Amazon’s or Apple’s online stores:]
    
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    Baka Beyond: “Ancestor’s Voice”, The Meeting Pool (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Marisa Monte: “Tribalistas”, Tribalistas (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Gaudi: “Tribalove”, Bass, Sweat & Tears (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Bill Laswell: “The Lower Ground”, Sacred System, Chapter 4: Book Of Exit (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Gaudi & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: “Ena Akhiyan Noo”, Dub Qawwali (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Thievery Corporation & Ustad Sultan Khan: “Tarana”, Perfect Remixes, Volume 4 (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Baba Djan: “Kankan”, Guinea Vibrations (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Marisa Monte: “Carnavália”, Tribalistas (Amazon) (iTunes)
    Te Vaka: “Kaluve pepe”, Haoloto (Amazon) (iTunes)
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As you’ve discovered via our “Tradicionalistas” and “Tradición en Transición” playlists, island music at Edén is firmly rooted in Latin America. Many of the playlists at Las Rocas, on the other hand, have more to do with the “desert island fantasy” that naturally arises from this bar’s stunning beachfront locale. Shaded by gargantuan jungle trees and glancing sidewise at vast expanses of zebra-striped sand and sparkling Pacific to the horizon… it’s not long before you start imagining “going native” -- questioning why we wear shoes at all, coming up with ideas for tattoos, and just generally wondering what it would be like to cut your ties to the rest of the world. I can attest to the fact that, after spending some time on the island, this does indeed begin to happen. It’s a wonderful frame of mind to be in (and while it is ultimately just a fantasy for most of us, if you want to stay permanently, we can accommodate you); and if you find yourself wanting to get into this tribal frame of mind at home, this playlist will help.

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This set is bookended by tracks from Te Vaka, an Oceanic band that mixes indigenous percussion (log drumming and thigh-slapping, for example) with acoustic and electric guitars for a swelling South Pacific sound, while Bill Laswell’s bass-heavy homage to Jamaican melodica-ist Augustus Pablo fills out the middle of the playlist, along with two tracks from Brazilian Marisa Monte’s poppy but indigenously-infused Tribalistas album. The rest of the tracks transport you around the globe while preserving their tribal commonality, whether through Gaudi or Thievery Corporation remixing vocalists from ancient traditions, the Celtic-African fusion of Baka Beyond, or the unfiltered sound of Baba Djan.

[Login to your Spotify account (or join -- it's free!) to listen to the playlist. Songs featured in the island music playlists can be purchased in Amazon’s or Apple’s online stores:]

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Te Vaka: “Iuliana”, Tutuki (Amazon) (iTunes)
Baka Beyond: “Ancestor’s Voice”, The Meeting Pool (Amazon) (iTunes)
Marisa Monte: “Tribalistas”, Tribalistas (Amazon) (iTunes)
Gaudi: “Tribalove”, Bass, Sweat & Tears (Amazon) (iTunes)
Bill Laswell: “The Lower Ground”, Sacred System, Chapter 4: Book Of Exit (Amazon) (iTunes)
Gaudi & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: “Ena Akhiyan Noo”, Dub Qawwali (Amazon) (iTunes)
Thievery Corporation & Ustad Sultan Khan: “Tarana”, Perfect Remixes, Volume 4 (Amazon) (iTunes)
Baba Djan: “Kankan”, Guinea Vibrations (Amazon) (iTunes)
Marisa Monte: “Carnavália”, Tribalistas (Amazon) (iTunes)
Te Vaka: “Kaluve pepe”, Haoloto (Amazon) (iTunes)
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