Originalmente postado no Loronix em 21 de julho 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.
With this high fever and body pain, I had to dig some pretty old and forgotten music to make things easier for today. The good new is that I found forgotten albums that are really good, such as this one. We have here the Brazilian edition of a JVC (probably a record label run by the Japanese Japan Victor Company) series of guitar workshops around the main countries in the world. Sounds interesting and it is very interest, let’s see what we have here.
This is Guitar Workshop in Rio (1992), for JVC, featuring renowned Brazilian violao (acoustic guitar) players. I could not find detailed information on this workshop, but the music recorded here is amazing, delighting both musicians and fans of violao playing. Brazilian Guitar Ensemble is also a mystery as well the cover artwork. I was luck to find the one I made at that time and if someone has the original in high resolution, please, let us know.
Brazilian Guitar Ensemble
Oscar Castro Neves
01 – Lamentos do Morro – Raphael Rabello
02 – Um Pagode em Planaltina – Marco Pereira
03 – Manatsu no Kajitsu – Joao Bosco
04 – Rua Harmonia – Ulisses Rocha
05 – Murmudando – Brazilian Guitar Ensemble
06 – Hoshi no Sanpo – Marco Pereira
07 – 3rd Mov Brasiliana No. 13 – Raphael Rabello
08 – Gagabiro – Joao Bosco
09 – Samambaia – Marco Pereira
10 – Revendo o Passado – Brazilian Guitar Ensemble
11 – Yasei no Kaze – Ulisses Rocha
12 – Roda no Circo – Joao Bosco
13 – Esperanca – Oscar Castro Neves
14 – Estudo Nr. 1 – Raphael Rabello
3 Comentários originais:
pawlyshyn on Sunday, 22 July, 2007
I’ve been looking for this for years. Thanks!
woozat on Sunday, 22 July, 2007Beautifull… Thanks for it Zeca !
Does anybody knows the bass player name
(Nico Assumpção ?)
woozat on Thursday, 04 October, 2007
After listening «Mistura Fina» ¬ John Patitucci,
think we’ve found the bass player …
It seems he had played a lot with João Bosco.