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Kabaluerê

Antonio Carlos & Jocafi

Mudei de Ideia (Lp)

Label: Mr Bongo

Format: LP

Genre: Brazilian

In stock

€21.90
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A truly fantastic record that sounds the way it looks – psychedelic rock, samba-funk and tripped out MPB. Features Kabaluerê as sampled by Marcelo D2 on his hit Qual e?. Arranged by Rogerio Duprat, featuring legendary guitarist Lanny Gordin. Antonio Carlos & Jocafi were a very successful and famous Brazilian writing duo, born in Bahia. They worked with the likes of Wilson Simonal, Rosinha De Valença, Trio Mocotó, Milton Banana, Toquinho and more. Originally released on RCA Brazil in 1971, this was the duo’s debut LP.

Two versions of the album cover exist in Brazil – this, the psyched-out, burnt out version, and a much less exciting photograph of the chaps, pressed to include the single Desacato which became a popular hit in Brazil and several European countries.

Available on vinyl LP. Original master, supplied by Sony/RCA. Artwork restored by Andy Edwards.
Details
Cat. number: MRBLP140
Year: 2018

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