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Tom Zé - Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition MP3


Tracklist


1Iracema
Written-By – Adoniran Barbosa
1:44
2Multiplicar-se Única
Written-By – Tom Zé
1:45
3Sofro de Juventude
Lyrics By – Tom ZéMusic By – Eder Sandoli
3:15
4Amar
Written-By – Tom Zé
3:16
5Feira de Santana
Written-By – Tom Zé
2:53
6Cortina 1
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
1:06
7O Amor é Velho-Menina
Percussion [Additional Percussion] – Cyro BaptistaWritten-By – Tom Zé
3:08
8Cortina 2
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
0:25
9Lua-Gira-Sol
Written-By – Tom Zé
2:32
10Tai
Written-By – Joubert De Carvalho
1:05
11Fliperama
Written-By – Tom Zé
3:04
12Cortina 4
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
0:44
13Sem a Letra "A"
Bass [Additional Bass] – Greg CohenGuitar [Additional Bottleneck Electric & 12-string Acoustic Guitar] – David ByrnePercussion [Additional Percussion] – Cyro BaptistaWritten-By – Elifas Andreato, Tom Zé
3:00
14O Pão Nosso de Cada Mês
Written-By – Tom Zé
2:45
15Ogodô, Ano 2000
Bass [Additional Bass] – Greg CohenLyrics By [English Lyrics By] – Julio FischerWritten-By – Tom Zé
3:57
16Cortina 3
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
1:04
17Jingle do Disco
Lyrics By [English Lyrics By] – Julio FischerVocals [Additional Vocals] – David ByrneWritten-By – Tom Zé
1:06
18Tatuarambá
Electric Guitar [Additional Electric Guitar] – Arto LindsayLyrics By [English Lyrics By] – Julio FischerWritten-By – Tom Zé
2:58

Credits


  • Arranged By, Conductor [Conducted By], Lead VocalsTom Zé
  • Artwork By [Cover Art] – Tom Rubnitz (1956-1992)
  • Artwork By [Design] – Eric Baker Design Associates, Inc.
  • Backing VocalsEdy Oliveira, Marle Oliveira
  • Bass, HandclapsGilberto Assis
  • Drums, Cowbell, Handclaps, Pandeiro, Percussion [Bottles], Recorded By [With Assistance By]Lauro Léllis
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm & Lead], Mandolin, Percussion [Bottles], HandclapsEder Sandoli
  • Engineer [Additional Recording And Remixing Engineered By]Patrick Dillett
  • Executive Producer – David Byrne, Yale Evelev
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Handclaps, Backing VocalsRonaldo de Carvalho
  • Mastered ByScott Hull
  • Other [Artistic Consultants] – Charles Furlan, Milton Belmudes, Roberto Maia
  • Other [Lyric And Liner Note Translations By] – Arto Lindsay, Julio Fischer
  • Other [Project Coordination By] – Alan Harris
  • Photography – Westlight / Backgrounds
  • Photography [Photo Of Tom Zé] – Janet Atkinson
  • Producer [Additional Production], Mixed By [Additional Mixing]Arto Lindsay
  • Producer, Recorded By [With Assistance By]Roberto Lazzarine
  • Recorded ByGrassman , Leandro Oliveira, Marco Beato Paulo
  • Recorded By [With Assistance By]Marco Beato
  • Triangle, Shaker, Reco-reco, Handclaps, Mandolin, Berimbau, Backing VocalsJarbas Mariz

Notes


Recorded and Mixed at In Sonoris Causa Studios, São Paulo, Brazil.
Additional Recording and Remixing at Shelter Island Sound, NYC.

Mastered at Masterdisk.

Drawings in Booklet courtesy of Redstone Press.

Booklet Cover Art & Inner Tray Spine also mentions this release as "Brazil 5 The Return Of Tom Zé".

from liner notes -

"Dedicated to Jackson do Pandeiro, backbone of the Brazillian Northeast".

Info


This 1992 album by Tom Zé was already produced by Luaka Bop, David Byrne's label, after his discovery by Byrne when he was almost dropping everything to return to his hometown to work in a gas station. I don't make art, I make spoken and sung journalism. This self-coined definition by Tom Zé helps listeners understand his music. This is Tom Zé's first studio album on Luaka Bop and is the 1992 follow-up to his previous compilation released on the same label, Brazil Classics, Vol 4. Jingle do Disco features David Byrne on vocals. Ogodô, Ano 2000 3:57. Sem a Letra A 3:00. Feira de Santana 2:53. Sofro de Juventude 3:15. Cortina 1 1:06. Taí 1:05. Iracema 1:44. Fliperama 3:04. O Amor é Velho-Menina 3:08. Cortina 2 0:25. Tatuarambá 2:58. Jingle do Disco 1:. Additional Recording and Remixing at Shelter Island Sound, NYC. Mastered at Masterdisk. Drawings in Booklet courtesy of Redstone Press. Booklet cover art & inner tray spine also mentions this release as Brazil 5 The Return Of Tom Zé. from liner notes -. Dedicated to Jackson do Pandeiro, backbone of the Brazillian Northeast. distributed in Japan. 바코드 및 기타 식별자. Barcode: 4988014752411. Album 1992 18 Songs. Studies of Tom Zé: Explaining Things So I Can Confuse You. Parabelo Trilha Sonora Original do Espetáculo do Grupo Corpo. Listen free to Tom Zé Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition Ogodô, Ano 2000, Sem a Letra 'A' and more. 18 tracks 39:47. Born Antônio José Santana Martins, October 11, 1936 in Irará, Bahia, Brazil, Zé is a representative of Brazil's alternative sound, not only because of his use of objects as instruments read more. Born Antônio José Santana Martins, October 11, 1936 in Irará, Bahia, Brazil, Zé is a representative of Brazil's alternative sound, not only because of his use of objects as instruments, but also for his attitudes and for his eccen read more. Tom ze - vol. 5: brazil classics: HIPS of tradition gatefolddownload - vinyl. Vinyl April 8, 2014. As you profess through the album, you dont know what youll get next and you do Of the two albums, Hips is the more accessible, Com Defeito more programmatic-Defeito is a program piece, about the esthetics of capitalism. While the political point of view doesnt get in the way of the music, it does mean that the lyrics are heavier on rhetoric than poesy. Hips is just fun. But both albums are interesting, enjoyable, and deeply musical. Tom Zé began his career together with Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, and Maria Bethânia. As a composer, he influenced Caetano and many others and delivered an expressive body of work through his own discography. A restless thinker, he was a. read more. top albums. similar to. tomzefrombrazil Albums. Brazil Classics, Vol. 5: The Hips of Tradition. Artist: Tom Zé Title: Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition Year Of Release: 1992 Label: Luaka BopWarner Bros. Genre: Brazilian, Bossa Nova, Salsa Quality: FLAC tracks. cue,log,scans Total Time: 40:18 Total Size: 255 MB WebSite: Album Preview. Tracklist: 01. Ogodô, Ano 2000 3:59 02. Sem a Letra A 3:02 03. Feira de Santana 2:56 04. Tom Zé. Brazil 5 - The Return of Tom Zé: The Hips of Tradition. Com Defeito de Fabricação, Fabrication Defect. Silêncio de Nós Dois Senhor Cidadão - EP. Brazil Classics 4: The Best of Tom Zé. Estudando o Pagode. Postmodern Platos. Tom Zé - Feira De Santana. Tom Zé - Jingle Do Disco Jingle Of The Record. Tom Zé - Lua-Gira-Sol Moon-Turn-Flower. Tom Zé - Cortina 3. Tom Zé - Multiplicar-Se Única Multiply Into One

Tom Zé - Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition MP3
Performer: Tom Zé
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Latin / Pop
Title: Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition
Country: Europe
Released: 1992
Style: Bossanova, Avantgarde, Experimental
MP3 album: 2960 mb
FLAC album: 2111 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 567
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: 72438-49051-2-5
Label: Luaka Bop