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Caetano VelosoIncludes CD
Originally released in 1968, Caetano Veloso is the Brazilian classic from the bossa nova master that spawned the entire tropicalia movement. The release finds Veloso brilliantly combining Brazilian bossa with pop, psychedelic rock and political themes to create the mind blowing stew that is tropicalia. Features the classic tracks Clarice, Soy Loco Por Tí, AmÉrica, Superbacana, Tropicália, and Alegria, Alegria.1. Tropicalia
3. No Dia Que Eu Vim-Me Embora
4. Alegria, Alegria
5. Onde Andaras
8. Paisagem Util
10. Soy Loco Por Ti, America
12. Eles$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Coisa BoaFirst Album In 11 Years!
Moreno Veloso is back with a good thing. That, anyway, is the literal translation of the title to the Brazilian singer, songwriter, and producer's upcoming Coisa Boa, his first album in 13 years.
The set follows Veloso's production work on the last three albums from his father, Tropicália giant Caetano Veloso (including 2013's Abraçaço), along with a forthcoming record by Gilberto Gil. Since 2001's Music Typewriter, the younger Veloso has also released the rest of the +2 album trilogy with friends Domenico Lancellotti and Alexandre Kassin (those are Domenico+2's 2003 Sincerely Hot and Kassin+2's 2007 Futurismo).
The new album's Em Todo Lugar, which is Portuguese for everywhere, is limpid, airy, and coolly sophisticated, and you can hear it below. Three songs from the new album feature in Richard Linklater's new film Boyhood, which debuted at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Scroll down to hear Coisa Boa and Verso Simples, too.
We're just trying to make something we like and that's a new way of doing things for us, Veloso explained in a statement. Before, we wanted to make it sound very new, but now we're not trying to do that, just trying to do music.
Lancellotti and Kassin help out on the album, which was recorded with about 30 musicians in nine studios around the world. Other guests include guitarists Arto Lindsay and Pedro Sá, bassist Melvin Gibbs, pianist Daniel Jobim, keyboardist Rodrigo Bartolo, and multi-instrumentalist Takako Minekawa.
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2. Um Passo a Frente
3. Em Todo Lugar
4. Verso Simples
5. Coisa Boa
7. Num Galho de Acacias
8. De Tentar Voltar
9. Nao Acorde o Nenem
11. Onaji Sora$19.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Street Of The Love Of Days
Amor de Días (Spanish for love of days) is the supergroup formed by Alasdair MacLean of the Clientele and Lupe Núñez-Fernández of Pipas. Over the course of three years, they quietly put together their debut record during evenings and weekends as they called in local friends (Louis Philippe) and visiting musicians (Damon and Naomi, Gary Olson) for sessions, building up the songs multifaceted arrangements and vocal harmonies with harps, bouzoukis, strings, recorders, and brass over the core of dual Spanish guitars and the dream imagery of their bilingual lyrics.
The result is a focused, cohesive jewel of chamber pop that reflects a little of Gal Costa and Caetano Velosos elegant brand of bossa nova, a bit of Erik Saties haunting night music, and a large dose of spooky psychedelic folk. But the beautiful harmony that sings throughout the record makes it all their own.
At times spare and empty, at times rich with instrumental texture, and at times jazz-tinged and hypnotic, Street of the Love of Days rivals anything either Alasdair or Lupe has recorded before.1. Foxes Song
2. House of Flint
3. Bunhill Fields
4. Season of Light
5. Late Mornings
6. Harvest Time
7. Dream (Dead Hands)
8. I See Your Face
10. Street of the Love of Days
14. Wild Winter Trees
15. Foxes Song (reprise)$18.99Limited Edition Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Chega De Saudade (Out Of Stock)Includes Bonus CD of the entire album!
It would probably not be an overstatement to call this the most influential Brazilian album of all time. Originally released in 1959, Chega de Saudade is the album cited as creating bossa nova so to say that it lit a fire in the music world would be putting it mildly. It would be perhaps more accurate to say that it influenced so many musicians both at home (Caetano Veloso, Jorge Ben, etc.) and abroad (Stan Getz, Herbie Mann, Charlie Byrd) that it effectively single-handedly changed the way people both made and listened to music, and put Brazilian artists on the map. Almost every song on this album has gone on to become a standard, and Gilberto, called O Mito, is today, at age 79, truly a living legend. Here Gilberto collaborates with both Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, both legends in their own right. Moraes and Jobim would soon go on to write the song that won them a Grammy in 1965, The Girl From Ipanema.Side A
1. Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)
2. Lôbo Bôbo (Foolish Wolf)
3. Brigas, Nunca Mais (Fights, Never More)
5. Saudade Fêz Um Samba (Saudade Made a Samba)
6. Maria NinguÉm (Maria Nobody)
1. Desafinado (Off-Key)
2. Rosa Morena (Brunette Rose)
3. Morena Boca De Ouro (Brunette with a Mouth of Gold)
4. Bim Bom 5. Aos PÉs da Cruz (At the Foot of the Cross)
6. É Luxo Só (It's Just a Luxury)
7. A Felicidade (Happiness) (Cantando As Músicas do Film Orfeo do Carnaval)
8. Manhã de Carnaval (Morning of the Carnaval) (Cantando As Músicas do Film Orfeo do Carnaval)
9. O Nosso Amor (Our Love) (Cantando As Músicas do Film Orfeo do Carnaval)$32.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock