Originalmente postado no Loronix em 03 de agosto 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.
Let’s keep yesterday’s pace, when I released to Loronixers the anthological first album recorded by Banda Black Rio as the second post of the day. We are making the same with this second post, showing the first album of a very important musician, listed on several albums available at Loronix. Let’s see.
This is Chico Batera – Ritmo (1979), for Som Livre. Chico Batera debut LP with several special guests. When I took this album for a first hearing, I was ready to hear something very different, such like Brazilian Jazz or Samba. However, Chico Batera and his guests deliver something very different. Ritmo is a great Funky album with vocals, guitars, distortion, etc. really surprising. I don’t have any experience with further Chico Batera solo albums, but I think this session is one of a kind.
(from Os Mutantes)
Robertinho de Recife
Terezinha de Jesus
and the special guests Fagner, Dom Beto, Carlos Dafe, Joao Bosco, and others…
01 – Você (Chico Batera) with Fagner
02 – Yndaya-ê (Nelsinho do Pandeiro)
03 – La Rumba (Dom Beto / Reina / Sergio Mello) with Dom Beto
04 – A Ilha (Chico Batera / Carlos Dafé) with Carlos Dafé
05 – No Va Más (Dom Beto / Reina)
06 – Zezé (Chico Batera)
07 – Bolero Para Ti (Chico Batera)
08 – Tiro de Misericórdia (João Bosco / Aldir Blanc) with João Bosco
09 – Nana-yo (Chico Batera)
10 – Lili (Chico Batera)
This is Chico Batera – Ritmo (1979), at Loronix. Hope uEnjoy!
3 Comentários originais:
Tenho esse disco do Batera. É muito bom!
Anonymous on Saturday, 18 August, 2007
Sensacional. Na época que este disco saiu o Brasil tinha futuro.
Marcos Felipe on Saturday, 18 April, 2009
How came you could expect to listen to Brazilian Jazz or Samba in an album that has this guys: Sérgio Dias (from Os Mutantes) and Robertinho do Recife, two of the best rock guitarists in Brazil?
Hehe, I believe these guys were “bad” influence to Chico Batera and that’s why there’s the distortion and all… jeje
I confess that I did not plan to download this album right now, it almost went to my future list… but when I saw these guys I mention, especially Sérgio Dias, I just have to download it…
Thanks for sharing it. I never heard anything by Sérgio Dias except all of his Os Mutantes albums and his solo career.
Take care, tudo de bom pra você!