For over thirty years, Inti-Illimani has been bringing the exquisite sounds of South America to the world at large. Formed in Santiago, Chile, the group was exiled from their homeland during the reign of Dictator Augusto Pinochet. As a result, they are celebrated as cultural heroes as well as outstanding musicians, performing songs both personal and political.
This collection highlights Inti-Illimani’s broad repertoire of folk melodies and impressive arrangements of their own material. It serves as a glorious introduction to a group whose music will be remembered and treasured for many years to come.