2/22/08

St. Julian Samba Showdown 4 by J Thyme '07 - 320 kbps - 172 mb


This outpouring could only be conceived of in the spirit of love. Some things are not created with money as a goal. I just really like this movement & enjoy lining up some key tracks for optimal listening enjoyment. I hope you're enjoying the celebration of song as presented here?

St. Julian Samba Showdown 4 by J Thyme '07

01. Chula Louca - Luis Vagner Lopes (1974)
02. Mirandolina - Burnier & Cartier (1974)
03. Eu Vou De Banda - Dominguinhos (1977)
04. Na Passarela - Zeca Do Trombone & Roberto Sax (1976)
05. Em Cima Daquele Morro - Arnaud Rodrigues (1976)
06. Silêncio no Bexiga - Geraldo Filme (1980)
07. Xuxu Melão - Trio Mocotó (1975)
08. O Maestro e o Arquiteto - Abaetê (1977)
09. Canta Canta, Minha Gente - Martinho Da Vila (1974)
10. Ameriqueiro - Baiano E Os Novos Caetanos (1975)
11. Quem Sabe O Amanha - João Só (1971)
12. Gago Apaixonado - João Nogueira (1974)
13. A Volta Do Ponteiro - Os Originais Do Samba (1972)
14. Estou Chegando Agora - Wilson Das Neves E Conjunto (1976)
15. Par Ou Impar - César Costa Filho (1977)
16. Se Quiser Valer - Antônio Carlos & Jocafi (1971)
17. Batucada Do Mané - Manoel Conceição (1975)
18. Saudações - Johnny Alf (1974)
19. Ninguém Dá O Que Nao Tem - Claudia (1968)
20. Para-Raio - Djavan (1976)
21. Argumento - Paulinho da Viola (1975)
22. Maita - Giovana (1975)
23. O Plebeu - Jorge Ben (1975)
24. Dia De Festa - Sapoty da Mangueira (1975)

P.S. I'd like to think of what I'm doing with this series as a kind of reporting. There's a very good story over here in Brasil in the 70's. The art of recording is through the roof. These kids over here are no joke. The art of mic-ing & tape saturation & mastering is high, high art! Combine that with perhaps one of the most developed rhythm sections & melodic craft fused to masterful arranging & engineering & you've got "A Golden Age". There's a fantastic story here & I'd like very much to report on what I'm seeing here, 'coz it's great! I hope you agree?

1 comment:

  1. Many Thanks!

    Great Compilations,
    Highly appreciated

    Cheers,

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