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Francis Hime – Sonho de Moço (1981)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 14 de setembro 2007. 
Comentários originais incluídos.

I like Francis Hime, although I’m not versed on his vast discography, being only a careful listener of the albums available at Loronix, Francis Hime – Francis Hime (1973), a masterpiece and Francis Hime – Se Porem Fosse Portanto (1978). Francis Hime is a gifted musician, arranger, composer and singer and uses to deliver all this elements on his albums, which is his strength.

This is Francis Hime – Sonho de Moco (1981), for Som Livre, featuring the very special guest Maria Hime, the vocal group Boca Livre and Milton Nascimento. Francis Hime debut LP is really hard to beat, but this one really worth the attention.

Personnel listing features a constellation of musicians, including Wilson das Neves, Jacques Morellenbaun, Nelson Angelo, Novelli, Chico Batera, Ed Maciel, Neco, Dino 7 Cordas, Formiga, Marcio Montarroyos, Maurilio da Silva Santos, Robertinho Silva, Oberdan, Luiz Alves, among many others. I’m asking the excellent
Discos do Brasil for help with personnel listing.

Tracks include:

01 – A Tarde (Francis Hime / Olivia Hime)
02 – Lua de Cetim (Francis Hime / Olivia Hime) - Maria Hime
03 – Patuscada (Francis Hime / Cacaso) - Boca Livre
04 – Luar (Francis Hime / Olivia Hime)
05 – Hora e Lugar (Francis Hime / Cacaso)
06 – Luis (Francis Hime / Nelson Ângelo)
07 – Homem Feito (Francis Hime / Milton Nascimento) - Milton Nascimento
08 – Amor Barato (Francis Hime / Chico Buarque)
09 – Doce Vida (Francis Hime / Toquinho)
10 – O Farol (Francis Hime / Milton Nascimento)
11 – Cachoeira (Francis Hime)
12 – Sonho de Moço (Francis Hime / Milton Nascimento)

3 Comentários originais:

asae said…
Maria Hime’s song is very very pretty!.Tanx a lot!
Saturday, 15 September, 2007

Anonymous said…
I’ve got a random comment and one random question. First, I knew very little about Brazilian music before stumbling onto your blog a few months ago. I’ve been an ardent follower ever since. You’ve introduced me to some beautiful new music and I’m much appreciative. Second, I was looking at Discos do Brasil and, just wondering, what is the song that plays as their website opens??
Saturday, 15 September, 2007

zecalouro said…
Thanks a lot. This is one of Loronix missions, to create new audience to Brazilian music.
The song that plays on Discos do Brasil opening is Alo Alo Marciano introduction by Elis Regina.
Cheers, zeca
Saturday, 15 September, 2007


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