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BK-One calls on legends & industry friends to breathe life into one of the most popular tracks from his Brazilian inspired Rhymesayers debut Rádio Do Canibal. This limited hand numbered transparent green vinyl features a BK-One video edit and remixes & arrangements from producer Exile; one of Brazil's most respected DJ's and record collectors, DJ Nuts along with Brazilian legend & Tamba inventor Helcio Milito; legendary Brazilian arranger Arthur Verocai; Twin Cities DJ, Mike 2600; music afficianado & remix/re-edit staple Tom Noble and a special vocal appearance by the one and only MF DOOM.
1. Video Edit (BK-One) 2. Mind The Gap Remix (Exile feat. MF DOOM) 3. Tamba Remix (DJ Nuts) 4. Tema Do Canibal II (Arthur Verocai) 5. Journey Into Sound Remix (Mike 2600) 6. Disco Ginga Remix
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Packaged in a beautiful 5-color gatefold jacket printed on brown chip board
Includes extensive liner notes and interview
Folk-jazz composer/arranger Arthur Verocai was born in Rio de Janeiro. He has created challenging arrangements and compositions for Brazilian artists Jorge Ben, Ivan Lins, Leny Andrade and Gal Costa. In 1972 Verocai recorded a self-titled solo LP. It is a stunningly innovative effort. It puts Verocai into a rarified field with the heavy string oriented music of Charles Stepney, David Axelrod and Frank Zappa. Released in a period marked by the Brazilian military government, the album fared poorly. Following its re-issue in 2003 the album has become a highly influential oft sampled classic (see Ludacris, MF Doom and Little Brother). The performance of this seminal 1972 record in its entirety brought the capacity Luckmann crowd to a stand still. According to Verocai, he had never played the record, alive or dead! His delight at the opportunity to play this music 37 years later can be seen on the DVD. The music has been mixed by Verocai himself in Rio. History turned on its head and musical justice served
Side 1 1. Karina 2. Sylvia 3. Dedicada a ela 4. Velho Parente
Side 2 1. Presente Grego 2. O Mapa 3. Pelas Sombras 4. Caboclo 5. Seriado 6. Filhos
Side 3 1. Queimadas 2. Balada 45 3. Sucuri 4. Flying to LA
Side 4 1. O Tempo e o vento 2. Isabel 3. Bis 4. Na Boca Do Sol
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