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Barulhinho Bom (A Great Noise)
     

Barulhinho Bom (A Great Noise)

by Marisa Monte
 

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In the 21st century mainstream pop scene of Brazil, Marisa Monte is one of the few young successful artists concerned with delivering music based in the rich culture of that country, which has yielded her an unwanted "cult" tag. While most pop productions overflow with electronic drum machines and keyboards, taken from the beginning to the end by American grooves,

Overview

In the 21st century mainstream pop scene of Brazil, Marisa Monte is one of the few young successful artists concerned with delivering music based in the rich culture of that country, which has yielded her an unwanted "cult" tag. While most pop productions overflow with electronic drum machines and keyboards, taken from the beginning to the end by American grooves, this album evidences a search for a personal synthesis of the required elements for a successful commercial career together with a respectful treatment to the Brazilian music richness. One of the discs of this double-album release was recorded live during her Northeastern tour Cor-de-rosa e Carvão from 1994; it is no surprise that she included several Northeastern instruments (like accordion and percussion) and grooves, which add to the album's interest. The songs cover two hits from the tropicalia times, "Panis Et Circensis" (Caetano Veloso/Gilberto Gil) and "Cérebro Eletrônico" by Gilberto Gil (her vocal delivery here is clearly inspired by Gal Costa's). Also deserving mention is a beautiful samba by the authentic composer Paulinho da Viola, "A Dança da Solidão," which was again a big hit in her interpretation. The rest of the 16 songs are divided between Monte's originals, hits by the latest generation of Brazilian pop composers, and other hits, including George Harrison's "Give Me Love" (the only foreign composition).

Product Details

Release Date:
04/01/2008
Label:
Emi Brazil
UPC:
0724385421129
catalogNumber:
854211

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Performance Credits

Marisa Monte   Primary Artist,Vocals,Bells
Bernie Worrell   Clarinet,Clavinet
Arto Lindsay   Guitar
Fernando Aponte   Recorder
Abe Appleman   Violin
Elena Barere   Violin
Art Baron   Trombone
Carlinhos Brown   Guitar,Hammond Organ,Vocals,Caixa
Greg Cohen   Metais
Patrick Dillett   Recorder
Peter Ecklund   Trumpet
Max Ellen   Violin
Mark Feldman   Violin
Melvin Gibbs   Bass,Baixo
Andres Levin   Sampling
Monica Millet   Percussion
Gene Orloff   Violin
Sandra Park   Violin
Alvin Rogers   Violin
Richard Sortomme   Violin
Jack Stuckey   Clarinet,Baritone Saxophone
Donna Tecco   Violin
Chuck Wilson   Flute,Tenor Saxophone
Roberto Marques   Recorder
Waldonys Menezes   Accordion,Vocals
Marco Lobo   Bongos,Conga,Drums,Triangle,Caixa,Pandeiro,Repique,Surdo,Ganza,Zabumba
Fernando Caneca   Guitar,Viola,Harmony
Dadi   Bass
Elliot Rosoff   Violin
Cesinha   Drums,Vocals

Technical Credits

Marisa Monte   Composer,Producer,Liner Notes
Zorro   Engineer
Arto Lindsay   Composer,Producer
Paulinho da Viola   Composer
Mauro Blanchi   Monitor Engineer
Carlinhos Brown   Composer,Producer
Greg Cohen   String Arrangements,Violin Arrangement
Leonardo Netto   Executive Producer,Executive Art Direction
Nando Reis   Composer
Mauro Bianchi   Monitor Engineer
Arnaldo Antunes   Composer
Gringo Cardia   Calligraphy
Suely Aguiar   Executive Producer
Octavio Paz   Composer

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