- Artist: Chango Spasiuk
- Album: Tarefero De Mis Pagos
- Country: Latin America - Argentina
- Style: Schotis
- Rights: All rights world wide by PIRANHA
Chaco. A province of the Northeast, where the indigenous community of the Tobas lives. Their one stringed violin, N'vike, is being used in this composition. The music conveys an image of an eternal siesta: midday's in the entire Northeast are hot enough to produce blurred visions of the landscape.
The Peruvian cajon comes with a bass cajon. A Cashishi is a rattle, well known from Capoeira.
|Track-Number:||CD-PIR1895 - 6|
|Country / Region:||Latin America - Argentina|
|Vocals / Instrumental:||instrumental|
|Catchword:||tradi-modern, experimental, lounge, coffeehouse-music|
|Mood:||soft, rhythmical, ruminant, sensual|
|Instruments:||percussion, guitar, accordion, contrabass, bandoneon, peruvian cajon, cashishi, n'vike (violin toba)|