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Various - What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7) album

Various - What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7) album
  • Performer Various
  • Title What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7)
  • Date of release 2007
  • Country Europe
  • Style Samba, Bossanova, Downtempo, Batucada
  • Other formats AHX MMF DTS VOX AA MOD AHX
  • Genre Electronic / Latin
  • Size MP3 1583 mb
  • Size FLAC 1545 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 159

The seventh volume in Luaka Bop's Brazil Classics series. Subtitled What's Happening in Permanbuco. Luaka Bop is the label started by former Talking Heads mainman David Byrne, and each volume is dedicated to his passionate love for Brazilian music. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). This album is pretty much as strong as the first five collections of Brazilian music from David Byrne's Luaka Bop label. I was pleasantly surprised.

Music from the mud. Satellites in the swamp. Pernambuco is grounded in tradition and modernity. This is electronic roots music from northeast Brazil.

Over the centuries, it was steeped in a diverse history of social, racial, and rhythmic traditions. The music you’re listening to was spawned and nourished in the thick muck of the mangue swamp. As the metaphorical epicenter of a colossal. What’s Happening in Pernambuco ought to be happening everywhere. released February 5, 2008.

Vates e Violas is modern Brazilian folk-rock, and Siba's "Vale de Juca" takes the local rural tradition and puts a fresh coat of paint on it. Otto's "Bob" is a dreamy pastiche of collected sounds while Junio Barreto's "Amigos Bons" offers perhaps the closest thing to the more samba-centric familiarity of Rio and São Paulo.

As the new Emperor could not exert his constitutional powers until he became of age, a regency was set up by the National Assembly. In the absence of a charismatic figure who could represent a moderate face of power, during this period a series of localized rebellions took place, such as the Cabanagem in Grão-Pará Province, the Malê Revolt in Salvador.

Brazil Classics 7: What's Happening In Pernambuco: New Sounds of the Brazilian Northeast. World Psychedelic Classics, Vol. 3: Love's A Real Thing: The Funky Fuzzy Sounds of West Africa - Various. Cuisine Non-Stop: Introduction to The French Nouvelle Generation - Various. The Only Blip-Hop Record You Will Ever Need - Various.

New Sounds of Pernambuco we decided to showcase some of freshest sounds of Pernambuco with a collection of 16 tracks released over the last two years. Listen to the album here and find out about the artists involved below: Download Musica da Massa! New Sounds of Pernambuco. Here’s a rundown on the artists involved: 1. China – Distante Amigo Taken from China’s third album Moto Continuo recently released via Trama Records. The album mixes mangue bit with punk attitude and pop hooks.

Album: What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7). Musician: Various. Info: Label: Luaka Bop ‎– 6808990065-2-1 Series: Brazil Classics – 7 Type: CD, Compilation, Promo Country: US Date of released: 2008 Category: Electronic, Latin Style: Bossanova, Samba, Downtempo, Batucada. Various - What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7) MP3 archive. 11508 downloads at 17 mb/s. Various - What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7) FLAC archive. 2245 downloads at 19 mb/s.

The music of Brazil’s northern coast (Bahia) is relatively unknown outside of Brazil. Because of the proximity of Cuba and the Caribbean islands, the Bahian music is closer to the Cuban trova than to other Brazilian genres. Baiao songs tell stories that describe the people, their struggles and often voice political concerns. In the 1950s, Jackson do Pandeiro incorporated coastal rhythms to older forms and transformed the music into what is today known as the forro.

Tracklist

1 Eddie Pode Me Chamar 4:00
2 Siba Vale Do Juca 3:33
3 Otto Bob 4:34
4 Tiné Cobrinha 5:00
5 Mombojó Cabidela 3:56
6 Cabruêra Erectuos Cactos 3:37
7 Cidadão Instigado O Pobre Dos Dentes De Duro 5:33
8 Mundo Livre* Maroca 5:09
9 Nacao Zumbi* Carimbæo 5:54
10 Vates E Violas Instante Feliz 2:39
11 Junio Barreto Amigos Bons 5:41
12 Wado E Realismo Fantástico Se Vacilar O Jacaré Abraça 3:35
13 Alex Sant' Anna Poesia De Barro 3:29

Notes

"Music from the mud. Satellites in the swamp. Pernambuco is grounded in tradition and modernity. This is electronic roots music from northeast Brazil."

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VVR1045162 Various What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7) ‎(CD, Comp) V2 VVR1045162 Europe 2007
6808990065-2-1 Various What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7) ‎(CD, Comp) Luaka Bop 6808990065-2-1 US 2008
6808990065-2-1 Various What's Happening In Pernambuco - New Sounds Of The Brazilian Northeast (Brazil Classics 7) ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) Luaka Bop 6808990065-2-1 US 2008