Stage soundtrack for the theater play "Crispín Amores Artigas" directed by the Uruguayan playwright Carlos Maggi. The sound is produced by Hugo Fattoruso and Ruben Rada two big name, overall producted by Carlos Piriz, lead vocal by Sylvia Meyer, and features some of Uruguay's most important artists including Fernando Núñez and Osvaldo Fattoruso. The A-side consists of long and short songs ranging from percussive to ambient to experimental aspects. The B side is especially recommended, with ensemble with Sylvia Meyer at the beginning part, spiritual tune with organ, and from the middle part of the this side is gradually changes to psychedelic while the candomblé continues to percussive. This part is highlight. Think there aren't many works like this in Uruguay where the artists so far have participated. A phantom work and private release, so it's not available at all. There is a little bit of crackling in silent part, but it looks and plays fine.