Various - Tropicália (A Brazilian Revolution In Sound) download album
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Os Mutantes - "Ando Meio Desligado". 4. Caetano Veloso - "Tropicalia". 5. Tom Ze - "Quero Sambal Meu Bem".
Sobre o álbum: Tropicalia - A Brazilian Revolution in Sound é uma coletânea que reúne músicas que marcaram o movimento do Tropicalismo (ou Tropicália).
Tropicália, also known as Tropicalismo, was a Brazilian artistic movement that arose in the late 1960s and formally ended in 1968. Though music was its chief expression, the movement was not solely expressed so, as it enveloped other art forms such as film, theatre, and poetry. Tropicália was characterized by the amalgamation of Brazilian genres-notably the union of the popular and the avant-garde, as well as the melding of Brazilian tradition and foreign traditions and styles.
VA - Ultimae Records compilation - FULL ALBUM.
Original Sound Of Mali, Various. This is the first album to bring together all the artists involved in Tropicalia, Os Mutantes, Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Tom Ze, Gal Costa and more. Os Mutantes, the sophisticated musical anarchists from Sao Paulo not only became the musical template for Beck, they were also discovered by Kurt Cobain on tour in Brazil who tried (and failed) to get them to support Nirvana.
Tropicalia: A Brazilian Revolution In Sound. Oodles of Fun if you like the C-tier 60s garage sound of bands like the Seeds,Barbarians, and the Standells giving a Latin twist. No Oodles of Fun if you like the C-tier 60s garage sound of bands like the Seeds,Barbarians, and the Standells giving a Latin twist. No masterpieces, but a buttload of little charmers. 0 of 0 users found this helpful.
PLAYLIST :: 01. Gilberto Gil - Bat Macumba (2:36) 02. Os Mutantes - A Minha Menina (4:42) 03. Gal Costa - Tuareg (3:25) 04. Gilberto Gil & Os Mutantes - Domingo No Parque (3:43) 05.
At the Beach Celebration Partying Sex Hanging Out Imagination Playful Pool Party Relaxation Summer Vacation. Soul Jazz Records Presents Tropicália: A Brazilian Revolution in Sound.
Tropicalia consolidated this historic moment of radical politicisation of music, according to Alves. We had never seen such a strong connection between politics and music before or since. Each song affirmed a position with regard to society. It's because of this album that we really can call Tropicalia a movement, because it's really a manifesto that proposes a path, a way forward for what music can be, to all other musicians, critics and the public. The album encapsulates many of the ideas around the movement," the professor says. Alexei highlights some revealing items on the cover of Panis et Circenses.
|–Gilberto Gil||Bat Macumba||2:37|
|–Os Mutantes||A Minha Menina||4:43|
|–Gilberto Gil & Os Mutantes||Domingo No Parque||3:43|
|–Os Mutantes||Ave Genghis Khan||3:45|
|–Jorge Ben||Take It Easy My Brother Charles||2:36|
|–Tom Zé||Jimmy, Renda-se||3:39|
|–Os Mutantes||Ando Meio Desligado||3:05|
|–Tom Zé||Quero Sambal Meu Bem||3:52|
|–Gal Costa||Vou Recomeçar||3:25|
|–Os Mutantes||Panis Et Circenses||3:37|
|–Os Mutantes||Quem Tem Medo De Brincar De Amor||3:32|
|–Caetano Veloso||Lost In The Paradise||3:27|
|–Os Mutantes||Bat Macumba||3:11|
|SJR CD 118||Various||Tropicália (A Brazilian Revolution In Sound) (CD, Comp)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR CD 118||UK||2005|
|SJR LP 118||Various||Tropicália (A Brazilian Revolution In Sound) (2xLP, Comp)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR LP 118||UK||2005|
|SJR CD 118||Various||Tropicália (A Brazilian Revolution In Sound) (CD, Comp, Promo)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR CD 118||UK||2005|
|SJR CD 118||Various||Tropicália (A Brazilian Revolution In Sound) (CD, Comp, Rep)||Soul Jazz Records||SJR CD 118||UK||2006|