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Posted by Smiles at Feb. 1, 2007

Daniela Gil Photoshoots (Repost)

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Gilberto Gil - Quanta Gente Veio Ver (1997-98) {2CD Warner Music Brasil 092746050-2 rel 2002}

Gilberto Gil - Quanta Gente Veio Ver (1997-98) {2CD Warner Music Brasil 092746050-2 rel 2002}
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© 1997-98, 2002 Warner Music Brasil | 092746050-2
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop

Gilberto Gil's world tour in 1997 was a startling revelation for North American audiences who had not heard from him live in several years, if at all. Quanta Live was recorded in Rio not long before his appearance at the Hollywood Bowl – and unlike the latter concert, which was strongly rooted in the samba, this CD more fully reflects Gil's role as a pioneer of Brazil's cosmopolitan "tropicalismo" music movement.
Gilberto Gil - Um Trem Para As Estrelas (1987) {Warner Music Brasil 092746055-2 rel 2002}

Gilberto Gil - Um Trem Para As Estrelas (1987) {Warner Music Brasil 092746055-2 rel 2002}
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© 1987, 2002 Warner Music Brasil | 092746055-2
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop / Film Score

A leader of the Tropicalia movement in Brazil in 1967 and 1968, along with artists like Caetano Veloso and Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil and other musicians mixed native styles with rock and folk instruments. Because Gil fused samba, salsa, and bossa nova with rock and folk music, he's recognized today as one of the pioneers in world music. A multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter, Gil joined his first group, the Desafinados, in the mid-'50s and by the beginning of the '60s was earning a living as a jingle composer. Although known mostly as a guitarist, he also holds his own with drums, trumpet, and accordion.
Gilberto Gil - Quilombo (1984) {Warner Music Brasil 092746053-2 rel 2002}

Gilberto Gil - Quilombo (1984) {Warner Music Brasil 092746053-2 rel 2002}
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© 1984, 2002 Warner Music Brasil | 092746053-2
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop

A leader of the Tropicalia movement in Brazil in 1967 and 1968, along with artists like Caetano Veloso and Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil and other musicians mixed native styles with rock and folk instruments. Because Gil fused samba, salsa, and bossa nova with rock and folk music, he's recognized today as one of the pioneers in world music. A multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter, Gil joined his first group, the Desafinados, in the mid-'50s and by the beginning of the '60s was earning a living as a jingle composer. Although known mostly as a guitarist, he also holds his own with drums, trumpet, and accordion.
Gilberto Gil - Fe Na Festa (2010) {EmArcy-Universal 0602527410555}

Gilberto Gil - Fé Na Festa (2010) {EmArcy-Universal 0602527410555}
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© 2010 Geléia Geral / EmArcy / Universal | 0602527410555
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop

Ten years after the live album São João Vivo on the same topic, Gilberto Gil again celebrates June's popular saints festivities on the buoyant Fé na Festa. Such festivities were brought from Portugal and became an important part of Brazilian culture, especially the cult of São João (Saint John) in the northeast region. The music associated with these festivities is typically performed with instruments brought by (or derived from) the Portuguese colons, such as the accordion, violin, triangle, cavaquinho, and sanfona. While Gilberto Gil has an international reputation as a musical revolutionary, thank to his tropicalista origins, he is also a superb classicist, as his many projects in Brazilian folk music can attest.
Gilberto Gil - As Cancoes De Eu Tu Eles (2000) {Warner Music Brasil 092746051-2 rel 2002}

Gilberto Gil - As Canções de Eu Tu Eles (2000) {Warner Music Brasil 092746051-2 rel 2002}
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© 2000, 2002 Warner Music Brasil | 092746051-2
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop / Film Score

This fine and interesting CD is the soundtrack of the movie Eu Tu Eles (Me You Them) and also a tribute from Gilberto Gil to Luiz Gonzaga, one of the most influential Brazilian artists during the 20th century. Gonzaga is widely known as the King of the Baião, and played a key role in developing and popularizing the different music styles of the Brazilian Northeast, such as baião, xote, and forró. Very much true to rugged, unpolished sound of the original versions, yet managing to add his own unique and personal style, Gil interprets several Gonzaga classics such as "Assum Preto," "Asa Branca," "Juazeiro," and "Qui Nem Jiló."
Gilberto Gil - Luar (1981) {Warner Music Brasil 092746039-2 rel 2002}

Gilberto Gil - Luar (1981) {Warner Music Brasil 092746039-2 rel 2002}
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© 1981, 2002 Warner Music Brasil | 092746039-2
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop

After the hard years dominated by social convulsion in Brazil, in which it was demanded that every artist explicate his political views, the end of dictatorship brought an uncommitted inebriating feel of liberty that was translated into music by Caetano Veloso's "Odara" (where all the composer wanted to do was to dance) to the horror of political activists. This is the Gilberto Gil version of those days. One of his most danceable albums, most songs make it clear that no further considerations are taken into account, just plain Saturday night entertainment.
Gilberto Gil - Em Concerto (1986) {Warner Music Brasil 092746058-2 rel 2002}

Gilberto Gil - Em Concerto (1986) {Warner Music Brasil 092746058-2 rel 2002}
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© 1986, 2002 Warner Music Brasil | 092746058-2
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop

This is an uncompromising retrospective by Gilberto Gil of his career and successes. It may be superfluous for those who already have these hits in previous cult renditions (not the post-'80s fancy versions), but for those who don't, this album stands as a good choice. In simple, predominantly acoustic renditions interspersed with some spoken testimonials, Gil delivers "Eu Vim da Bahia," "Procissão," "Domingo No Parque," "Soy Loco Por Ti America," and "Mar de Copacabana." The dance tracks "Filhos de Gandi" and "Palco" are representative of his frenetic, consumerist phase. He also plays his blue for his mother, "Mamma," and a version of Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called to Say I Love You."
Gilberto Gil - Dia Dorim Noite Neon (1985) {Warner Music Brasil 092746043-2 rel 2002}

Gilberto Gil - Dia Dorim Noite Neon (1985) {Warner Music Brasil 092746043-2 rel 2002}
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© 1985, 2002 Warner Music Brasil | 092746043-2
Jazz / Brazilian Jazz / Música popular brasileira / Brazilian Traditions / Brazilian Pop

Released in the year that Gil commemorated 20 years of career, this release has several rhythms with predominant Afro-Brazilian beats. The lyrics are again combative. After a vignette, the album opens with social criticism in the reggae "Barracos," the hit of the record. "Roque Santeiro, O Rock" is a rock about the urge of understanding the new generations and their iconoclastic preferences. "Seu Olhar" talks about love with a pop/blues beat. "Febril" has bossa nova in another song dedicated to social concerns. Pop and Afro-Bahian sounds propel "Touche Pas Á Mon Pote," where Gil highlights the importance of France through lyrics in French.
Flavio Ferri-Benedetti, Musica Fiorita & Daniela Dolci - Venezia: Cantatas & Sonatas 1689-1696 (2017)

Flavio Ferri-Benedetti, Musica Fiorita & Daniela Dolci - Venezia: Cantatas & Sonatas 1689-1696
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Label: Pan Classics | Tracks: 09 | Rls.date: 2017

Little is known about the life of Domenico Zanatta (c1665-1748). He was most probably born in Venice, as the title pages of his manuscripts seem to attest, printing his first collection of sonatas at the tender age of 24. However, he also had a second endeavour and a great mastery of the cantata genre where his melodic inventiveness freely flows, continuing the tradition of his Venetian colleagues in a worthy way. Flavio Ferri-Benedetti and Musica Fiorita, under Daniela Dolci, present some of his pieces interspersed with works by Cavalli, Strozzi, who was a pupil of Cavalli, and Fontana: a pioneer of the, then new, stile recitativo.