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Os Afro-sambas

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Os Afro-sambas
Os Afro-sambas (1966 album).jpg
Studio album by
Released1966
RecordedJanuary 3, 1966
GenreSamba, MPB
Length32:42
LabelForma
ProducerRoberto Quartin

Os Afro-sambas is a 1966 album by Baden Powell and Vinícius de Moraes.[1] It is ranked number 29 on Rolling Stone's list of 100 Greatest Brazilian Albums.[2]

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Background

Considered a watershed in MPB for fusing various elements of African sound with samba, Os Afro-sambas was recorded by Baden Powell, Vinícius de Moraes, and Quarteto em Cy in 1966.

In the mid-1960s Vinícius was fascinated by an LP of samba de roda songs with candomblé influences from Bahia. Baden Powell had also gone to Bahia and heard the songs of the Bahian candomblé. From this mutual enchantment with samba and religiosity found in Bahia, the Afro-sambas project emerged. The eight songs have a rich and unique musicality: a mix of candomblé and umbanda instruments (like atabaques and afoxés) with timbres common to Brazilian music (agogôs, saxophones and tambourines).[3]

The opening track, Canto de Ossanha is ranked number 9 on Rolling Stone's list of 100 greatest Brazilian songs.[4]

Baden Powell re-recorded this album in 1990, again accompanied by Quarteto em Cy, but this time singing the lead vocal himself, Vinícius having died.

Track listing

All tracks are jointly authored by Baden Powell and Vinícius de Moraes.

  1. Canto de Ossanha - 03:23
  2. Canto de Xangô - 06:28
  3. Bocoché - 02:34
  4. Canto de Iemanjá - 04:47
  5. Tempo de amor - 04:28
  6. Canto do Caboclo Pedra-Preta - 03:39
  7. Tristeza e solidão - 04:35
  8. Lamento de Exu - 02:16

Personnel

  • Production and artistic direction: Roberto Quartin and Wadi Gebara
  • Recording Technician: Ademar Rocha
  • Back Cover: Vinícius de Moraes
  • Photos: Pedro de Moraes
  • Cover: Goebel Weyne
  • Vocals: Vinícius de Moraes, Quarteto em Cy
  • Tenor sax: Pedro Luiz de Assis
  • Baritone sax: Aurino Ferreira
  • Flute : Nicolino Copy
  • Guitar : Baden Powell
  • Double bass : Jorge Marinho
  • Drums : Reisinho
  • Atabaque : Alfredo Bessa
  • Little Atabaque: Nelson Luiz
  • Bongô : Alexandre Silva Martins
  • Pandeiro : Gilson de Freitas
  • Agogô : Mineirinho
  • Afoxé : Adyr Jose Raimundo

[5]

References

  1. ^ "Afro-Sambas | Vinicius de Moraes". www.viniciusdemoraes.com.br. Retrieved 2018-03-13.
  2. ^ "Os Afro-sambas". Rolling Stone Brasil. Retrieved 2018-03-13.
  3. ^ "Os Afro-sambas (1966)". Luiz Americo:a historia da MPB. Retrieved 2018-03-13.
  4. ^ "Canto de Ossanha". Rolling Stone Brasil. Retrieved 2018-03-13.
  5. ^ "Os Afro-sambas (1966)". Luiz Americo:a historia da MPB. Retrieved 2018-03-13.
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