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The Brazilian Boogie Connection: From Rio To Sao Paulo (1976-1983) (2xLP, Comp). Cultures Of Soul Records.
Cultures Of Soul US. VARIOUS. The Brazilian Boogie Connection: From Rio To Sao Paulo 1976-1983. Cultures Of Soul US. Format: unmixed CD Cat: COS 012CD Released: 09 Jan 15 Genre: Disco/Nu-Disco. Here they change tack again, offering a double-vinyl showcase of Brazilian disco, boogie and jazz-funk. While there are a few "must-haves" here (Marcos Valle's celebrated "Estrelar", for starters), the real joy of The Brazilian Boogie Connection comes from the less well-known material.
Essential Compilation: The Brazilian Boogie Connection – From Rio to Sao Paolo (1976 – 1983). DJ Asma - January 29, 2015. Brazilian music has always found a way to musically borrow from other cultures, while remaining true to its national heritage. From Bossa Jazz to Tropicalia Pyschedelic Rock, o som brasileiro resonated loud and clear, but with the advance of the Disco era it was increasingly harder to stay distinctive
Giovanni Fenati – In Concerto (1976). House Freaks Programm 1. Walhalla - War Over Nordland demo97. Christian Delagrange-1973.
This album is another chapter in the ongoing a saga. Its filled with disco-era tracks produced for the Brazilian domestic marketplace, some of which were hits, others which were quite obscure. This has allowed these tunes to find their place on set lists, want lists and in the crates of the worlds most discerning DJs and tastemakers. Banda Black Rio and Cassiano are also both household names amongst crate diggers and fans of rare groove. While this album is sure to highlight the work of the artists featured on it, its main aim is to shine a spotlight on a sound and a style that continues to hypnotize scores of music lovers. Most importantly, its goal is to get dance floors moving across the world.
Description "This album is another chapter in the ongoing nova" saga. It's filled with disco-era tracks produced for the Brazilian domestic marketplace, some of which were hits, others which were quite obscure. This has allowed these tunes to find their place on set lists, want lists and in the crates of the world's most discerning DJs. C1. Jorge Ben - Rio Babilônia 4:58 C2. Emilio Santiago - O Amigo De Nova York 4:10 C3. Banda Black Rio - Expresso Madureia 4:05. D1. Cassiano - Central Do Brazil 3:40 D2.
Banda Black Rio. Primary Artist. Composer, Primary Artist.
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|1||–Marcos Valle||A Paraíba Não E Chicago||4:37|
|3||–Tarântulas||Saiba Ser Feliz (Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough)||2:51|
|4||–Painel De Controle||Relax||3:32|
|6||–Tim Maia||Não Vá||5:04|
|7||–Jorge Ben||Rio Babilônia||4:58|
|8||–Emilio Santiago||O Amigo De Nova York||4:10|
|9||–Banda Black Rio||Expresso Madureia||4:05|
|10||–Cassiano||Central Do Brazil||3:40|
|11||–Sandra De Sá||Olhos Coloridos||4:27|
|12||–Tim Maia||Verão Carioca||1:55|
|13||–Robson Jorge & Lincoln Olivetti*||Aleluia||3:53|
- Art Direction – Alfredo Rico-Dimas
- Compiled By, Reissue Producer – Deano Sounds
- Compiled By, Reissue Producer, Liner Notes – Greg Caz*
- Remastered By – Michael Sampson
NotesIssued in a three-panel Digipak.
|COS 012 LP||Various||The Brazilian Boogie Connection: From Rio To Sao Paulo (1976-1983) (2xLP, Comp)||Cultures Of Soul Records||COS 012 LP||US||2015|