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Vv. Aa. ''Bossa Nova and the rise of brazilian music in the 1960's'' (Brasil, 2011)

07/03/2011 20:56 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

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''BOSSA NOVA AND THE RISE OF BRAZILIAN MUSIC IN THE 1960's''  (BRASIL, 2011)@ Recopilación de Bossa Nova, una guía de canciones brasileñas. Algunas muy famosas, otras no tanto y algunas curiosidades ocultas, lo mismo en los artistas que van desde las grandes estrellas como Sergio Mendes, Elis Regina, Joao Gilberto, Jorge Ben, Gilberto Gil, Edu Lobo, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Maria Bethania, Milton Nascimento y algunos otros no tan famosos, pero la selección de temas nunca demerita, sobretodo destacan algunos instrumentales.

Al mismo tiempo editan un libro, igual o más interesante, de 12 x 12 pulgadas, 200 páginas, con artes de discos brasileños de la misma época de los 60's. El CD viene con un booklet de 72 páginas, y se editó en formato LP vinilo.

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imageNeil Spencer The Observer, Sunday 16 January 2011

Created by a coterie of young sophisticates from Rio in the late 1950s, bossa nova ("new way") conquered Brazil, then became a world music via artists such as João Gilberto and Tom Jobim and the totemic hit "The Girl From Ipanema". Bossa's airy vocals, cool jazz and slinky samba exuded an optimism later dashed by 1964's military coup. This dazzling 2CD set (by DJ Gilles Peterson) mixes the urban pizzazz of Elis Regina and Jorge Ben with edgier creations such as Baden Powell's praise song "Canto De Ossanha", which still sounds avant garde. A terrific booklet joins the cultural dots to fellow futurists such as architect Oscar Niemeyer. Wonderful.

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Bossa Nova and the Rise of Brazilian Music in the 1960sBOOK Edited by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker

This is the first ever collection of bossa nova record cover artwork, featuring stunning modernist and revolutionary designs that reflect the radical and exciting idealism of Brazil at the start of the 1960s.

Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) bring you this amazing new deluxe hardback 12" x 12" book, 200 pages, 100s of stunning absolutely killer Bossa Nova sleeves from Brazil plus loads of historical, cultural and social text as well as biographies on loads of the artists!

As Brazil developed into an urban society, with 'apartment living' and consumer goods, bossa nova projected an image that was modern, sophisticated and cool.

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Bossa Nova music arrived in Brazil at the end of the 1950s with an optimism and modernism that parralleled the arrival of the new Brazilian president, Juscelino Kubitschek, who promised 'fifty years of progress in five' in his election campaign and announced the building of a new capital city, Brasilia, deep in the heartland of Brazil. The city was designed by Oscar Niemeyer, a man who had just designed a new musical theatre production in Rio of a play written by Vinicius de Moraes and with music written by Antonio Carlos Jobim. These two, along with the singer João Gilberto were about to make Bossa Nova, the first modernist Brazilian art form, the most succesful Brazilian export since coffee.

This book is a unique collection of the cover art of Brazilian bossa nova music, containing hundreds of record covers complete with a history of bossa nova, biographies and essays on many of the artists involved in the movement.

The book follows on from our previous cover art book on Jazz called Freedom, Rhythm and Sound, also edited by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker.

To coincide with the book, there is also a separate double-CD album, 'Bossa Nova and the Rise of Brazilian Music in the 1960s' also released on Soul Jazz Records.

Gilles Peterson is a respected BBC radio broadcaster and worldwide club DJ who has probably done more to promote Brazilian music in all its forms than anyone else over the last 20 years. Stuart Baker is founder of Soul Jazz Records, London.

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TracklistCD1 : 01- 02:36 Elis Regina - Roda 02- 01:57 Roberto Menescal - Inverno 03-01:54 Joao Gilberto - O Sapo 04- 02:09 Ginga Trio - Yemanja 05- 02:59 Jorge Ben - Lalari-Olala 06- 02:59 Dorival Caymmi - Berimbau 07- 03:56 Sergio Mendes Bossa Rio - Primitivo 08- 02:53 Nara Leao - Birimbau (Ritmo De Capoeira) 09- 02:37 Tamba Trio - Mas, Que Nada 10- 03:27 Baden Powell Vinicius De Moraes - Canto De Ossanha 11- 02:07 Zimbo Trio - Zimbo Samba 12- 02:20 Gilberto Gil - Viramundo 13- 02:16 Elis Regina - Menino Das Laranjas 14- 02:52 Edu Lobo - Jogo De Roda 15- 02:08 Elizete Cardoso - Vida Bela 16- 02:01 Dom Um Romao - Jangal 17- 01:50 Wanda Sa - Adriana

CD2 :01- 03:44 Elizete Cardoso - E De Lei 02- 02:36 Antonio Carlos Jobim - O Morro Nao Tem Vez 03- 03:16 Edu Lobo - Ponteio 04- 02:38 Tamba 4 - Samba Blim 05- 01:52 Pery Ribeiro - Canto Negro 06- 01:45 Maria Bethania - Ye-Mele 07- 02:19 Miltinho - Faca Como Eu 08- 02:16 Jorge Ben - Rosa, Menina Rosa 09- 02:46 Milton Nascimento - Tres Pontas 10- 06:30 Baden Powell Vinicius De Moraes - Canto De Xango 11- 01:53 Zelia Barbosa - Carcara 12- 03:18 Tamba Trio - Boranda 13- 02:43 Geraldo Vandre - Hora De Lutar 14- 03:29 Elis Regina - Tereza Sabe Sambar 15- 04:12 Edu Lobo - Aguaverde 16- 02:35 Jorge Ben - Carnaval Triste 17- 01:28 Marilia Medalha - Maria Moita


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