MP3 Fiama - They Say Fala
Brazilian, Latin and a little bit of rock-influenced tones fronted by one of the most unique, soft, wavering vocal talents you have never heard. The songs blend a delicate balance of the Portuguese and English languages that keep you listening...
11 MP3 Songs in this album (38:39) !
Related styles: LATIN: Brazilian Pop, POP: Pop/Rock
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What happens when you take a girl from the suburbs of Chicago, bring her into the culture, music and language of Brazil, and then drop her in the New York City music scene? You get the power and heartfelt sound that is Fiama. Her sound brings together her Brazilian roots, influenced by artists such as Elis Regina, Maria Bethânia, Caetano Veloso, accented by her R&B and Pop experiences to form a unique sound for her deeply touching, searching lyrics. Combine the talents and sounds of her band members, all of which add to the mix of styles and cultural influences from places such as Puerto Rico, Japan, Ecuador, Chile.
Fiama''s debut album "They Say Fala" is Brazilian, Latin and Rock-influenced tones fronted by one of the most unique, soft, wavering vocal talents you have never heard. The songs blend a delicate balance of the Portuguese and English languages that keep you listening and clearly understanding the messages of love, life and yearning for that special something.
"As far as the people I have only met in spirit through their own mystical way of expression, well these include Edith Piaf, Janis Joplin, Maria Bethana, Caetano Veloso, Tom Jobim, KT Tunstall, John Mayer, Stevie Wonder, and all of the brilliant singers and musicians that we meet in tiny bars in Brooklyn. These influences have been my motivation and inspiration. " - Fiama