March of the Zapotec/Holland is a double EP by Beirut. March of the Zapotec contains music influenced by Zach Condon's then recent trip to Oaxaca, Mexico. Aided by a translator to help communicate their compositional ideas, Condon and his cohorts worked tirelessly on March of the Zapotec, a slew. Find a Beirut / Realpeople - March Of The Zapotec / Holland first pressing or reissue. Complete your Beirut / Realpeople collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
For the past year, Beirut has alternated between touring in support of 's much-lauded The Flying Club Cup and writing a wealth of new material. With no . A double EP, rather than an album, Zach Condon's third outing is a curio. Not only does it sound like two very different acts but March. Captivated by mournful horn sections, Zach Condon, aka Beirut, has On March of the Zapotec, the young New Mexican has lost not only that.
March of the Zapotec sounds like most of the Beirut songs you heard from the previous LPs and EP, except a distinctly Mexican flavor appears. A few weeks ago, I found myself guesting on a music show on Al-Jazeera, talking about, of all things, Calexico. The idea of musical fusion was.