MALAMA DA AINA ( Take Care of the Land )

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    Martina Castro : Vocals

    Raúl Vargas: Vocals, Cajón, Palmas, Trimming scissors, Ukelele, Sliding Flute, Electric guitar
    Zurdo

    Bob Sanders: Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar

    Vinicio Peñate: Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass

    Anthony Sierra: Congas, Bongó, Maracas, Cow Bell, Zurdo

    Paul Bertin: Saxophone

    GUEST MUSICIANS:

    Isaac Weiser: Melodica- 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

    Juan M. Caipo: Synth- 4, 8, 10
    Percussion- 10
    Vox- 2, 8, 10

    Morgan Nilsen: Clarinet- 3

    Sascha Jacobsen: Upright Bass- 1, 10

    Mario Silva: Trumpet- 1, 7

    Yuriza Jared: Quena- 10

    Miguelito Martinez: Flute- 9

    José Cortés: Palmas, Jaleo 1, 7, 9

    Fanny Ara: Palmas 1, 7, 9

    Mapi Blasco: Castañuelas 1

    Kari Field: Sitar 3

    Lyrics & Music

    written by Raúl Vargas arranged by Makrú, Raúl Vargas and Juan M. Caipo

    Recorded by Jesse Nichols & Juan M. Caipo
    Engineered and Mixed by Juan M. Caipo
    Assistant Engineer Jason Butler
    Mastered by John Greenham
    Produced by Juan M. Caipo (rockolito productions) & Raúl Vargas
    Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Rockolito Music and Faultline Studios

    Cover art & Design Pawel Piekarski

    Makrú Picture by Lina Echeverria

    www.makrumusic.com all rights reserved © 2013

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lyrics

Black, white, brown and green were the color of the sands
The different shores that we enjoyed in this little paradise
We were waiting for the day when looking up to the sky
We could move forward a bit and help each other …

Out in the magic forest shinning emeralds in the rain
Kaliuea spitting fire so the land can change again
It might have answers for us something to help us wake up
It's the earth's little mouth singing to us we need to listen
Or Pele will scream very loud

Malama da aina
Malama da aina

Malama da aina
Malama da aina

Ancestors are still with them they can see them all around
Night walkers with their bright light they'll be always watching out
Voices
Shadows
Flowers
Kalo
Giving us meaning we need to feel it and Lono will sing very loud

Malama da aina X9

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from CONEXION, track released December 7, 2013

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Landing in San Francisco from different parts of the world, Makrú fuses Rumba Flamenca, Reggae, Cuban Son, Cumbia, Ska, and other global beats to create a unifying, positive vibe in the Bay Area through its music. Lyrics in Spanish and English bring reality, fiction, hope and joy together, in hopes of spreading a message of respect and love. ... more

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