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Brazil 70 After Tropicalia: New Directions in Brazilian Music in the 1970s (2LP) ( LP )


Various Artists-Brazil 70 After Tropicalia: New Directions in Brazilian Music in the 1970s (2LP)
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Julkaisuvuosi:
  Tuottaja:
2007     
Tyylilaji:
Alalaji:
Levymerkki:
Latin brasil Soul Jazz
Tuotteen kuvaus:  
1. Secos e Molhados — Amor
2. Alceu Valenca — Punhal de Prata
3. Novos Baianos — Tinindo-Trincado
4. Jaimie Alem — Passara
5. Tom Ze — Correio De Estacao Do Brais
6. Gilberto Gil — Sai Do Serno
7. Raul Seixas — Mosca no Soba
8. Erasmo Carlos — Mane Joao
9. Jards Macale — Farinha Do Desprezo
10. Gilberto Gil — O Canto Da Ema
11. Nelson Angelo and Joyce — Vivo Ou Morto
12. Gal Costa — Pontos De Luz
13. Raul Sexias — As Aventures De Raul Seixas Na Cidade De Thor
14. Nelson Angelo & Joyce — Sete Cahorros
15. Caetano Veloso — Joia
16. Rita Lee — Corista De Rock
17. Ednardo e o Pessoal De Ceara — Ingazeiras
18. Novos Baianos — America Tropical
19. Mar Revolto — Contendas De Sincora

This is our follow up to “Tropicalia: A Revolution in Sound” and takes up exactly where the first volume took off mixing up styles and featuring killer Brazilian tunes all influenced by American and British underground rock music from the early 70s. It is 100% essential music!

Brazil 70 follows Brazilian music in the aftermath of Tropicalia as the country’s dictatorship entered its most oppressive phase. Musicians and artists from the Tropicalia period of the late-60s such as Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Tom Ze, Rita Lee (Os Mutantes lead-singer) and Gal Costa entered a new phase mixing rock, funk, samba and soul alongside a wealth of like-minded new artists such as Novos Baianos, Raul Seixas, Nelson Angelo and Joyce and more.
With the constant threat of imprisonment, artists nevertheless managed to produce radical music that, like Tropicalia before it, managed to deal with questions of identity, sexuality and society in a revolutionary manner.
Brazil 70 chronicles this period in style with extensive sleeve-notes, exclusive photography and killer tunes! If you got the first Tropicalia – A Brazilian Revolution In Sound then you need this! If you didn’t then you still do. Essential!