This 2-CD set contains the complete show Maria Bethania recorded live at Direct TV Hall, Sao Paulo in December 2001. This features 49 tracks including her most famous hits: A moco do sonho - O Quererea - Anos dourados - De todas as manerias - Casinha Branca - O Tempo e o Rio - Baila Comigo - Noite de strelas - Rosa do ventos - Amor de Indio and many others.
Product Information Specifications for Marcotinha Ao Vivo Below:
Tracks: (Disc 1) 1 - Texto de fernando pessoa com fundo musical ate pensei ; 1 - Texto fernando pessoa, com fundo musical de "at pensei" (chico buarque) ; 2 - Tigresa ; 2 - Tigresa (caetano veloso) ; 3 - Texto de faulzi arap com fundo musical de "jogo de damas" (isol da e milton carlos) ; 3 - Texto de fauzi arap com fundo musical jogo de damas / um jeito estupido de te amar ; 4 - Comearia tudo outro vez (gonzaguinha) ; 4 - Comecaria tudo outra vez ; 5 - Promessa ; 5 - Promessa (custdio mesquita e elvado rui) ; 6 - Gente ; 6 - Gente (caetano veloso) ; 7 - Texto de maria bathania ha um deus ; 7 - Texto de maria bethania "h um deus" (lupiscinio rodrigues) ; 8 - Terezinha ; 8 - Terezinha (chico buarque) ; 9 - Cabocla jurema (rosinha valenca) ; 9 - Cabocla jurema / por causa desta cabocla ; 10 - O que ser (chico buarque) ; 10 - Texto de clarice lispector com fundo musical um indio / o que sera (a flor da terra) ;
The Follow-up to "Bossa Nova Lounge" Series Organized by Ronaldo Bastos features More of the Most Popular Brazilian Artists. Includes the Enchanting Music of Sylvia Telles, Sergio Mendes and Bossa Rio, Gal Costa, Jobim and Milton Nascimiento Among Many Others.
Caetano Veloso has been tied in a kind of historical knot for decades with Gilberto Gil, with whom Veloso helped spur the Tropicalia movement in the 1960s. And just as Gil's moved on to reference and discuss a panoply of themes in his music, so too is Veloso on an extended foray into nonmusical subjects. The sprawl of this package, with its lengthy, swirly-painted accompanying booklet, is aided by Veloso's essay on pop culture in his native Brazil. And while the points he makes--mainly about what literary theoreticians call the "simulacrum"--are cogent, you can't really hear the mark of his ideas in the music. No matter, really, since the music itself is a vertical stack of styles that's both tall and thick. On top of Bahian rhythms, frequently played in the style of drum troupe Olodum, are strong, swaying samba elements. On top of that are riffing, sometimes mellifluously floating horns, and on top of that is Veloso's smooth voice, which moves at an eased speed that counters the thronging sound of all the in...