Uivo de Lamento
It is time to let go of the last lament. And let it sound in unison, human and animal, from the top of the most explored mountain, to the most burned tropical forest, passing through all the plasticizing seas and rivers. Plasticized also proves to be the world economy driven by capitalism that does not reward equality in this so-called, Animal Kingdom. Plasticized is also humanity and all its extraordinary existence, when subjected to this very recent invention in the entire history of the Kingdom. It is time to redesign economic systems so that they really serve people and the planet. Systems of biological inspiration and transformative innovation that fit the concept of regenerative cultures. To preserve and foster regional cultures and make new laws based on indigenous and aboriginal knowledge, which we all know can teach us a lot about how to live for many years without destroying the local ecosystem. Now we have the opportunity to mix the best of the past and the best of technological innovation, and move towards a world that serves everyone. This song also represents this dialogue, with Sina Ubi, a young musician from Tanzania very close to the ancient repertoire of his culture, and Raushan, from Kazakhstan, playing the shamanic instrument Kyl Kobyz, made with horsehair has a lively and natural sound, considered magical reproducing the wolf's fantastic howl. It was this instrument that ended up giving the definitive title to the song.
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  • African
  • Asian
  • Electronic
  • Fusion
  • Ritual
  • Traditional / Folk
  • Vocal
  • World
  • Background vocals
  • Chanting
  • Choir
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Vocal ensemble
  • Zeze / Tzetze / Dzendze
  • Adufe
  • Singing bowl / Rin gong
  • Kazakhstan
  • Portugal
  • Tanzania