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Published on Nov 7, 2009
Mar Dulce is an album by Argentine/Uruguayan tango fusion band Bajofondo.
The album was recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina; in the first phase double bass, violin, bandoneon, guitar and piano were recorded, then strings orchestra under the direction of Alejandro Terán. Later on, acoustic drums were recorded in Los Angeles. Different guest artists recorded their parts in NYC, L.A., Tokyo, Montevideo and Madrid.
Guest artists on this release are: Nelly Furtado; Lágrima Ríos, performing her last record in lifetime "Chiquilines" written specially for her by Gustavo Santaolalla; Gustavo Cerati; Mala Rodríguez, Fernando Santullo, former member of Peyote Asesino; Juan Subirá, member of Bersuit Vergarabat, with a song written by himself; and Japanese bandoneonist Ryōta Komatsu collaborating on the album's first single, "Pa' Bailar".