Circuladô

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Alvaro Neder
This album had so much success that it yielded the show and album Circuladô Ao Vivo. It opens with "Fora Da Ordem," a funk track dealing with urban socio-economic problems in Brazil. "Circuladô de Fulô," a baião with cello and Indian-like scales, was built over the concrete poet Haroldo de Campos' poem of the same name from the book Galáxias. "Itapuã" is a modern elegy for the beautiful beach, where Veloso is backed by a contemporary arrangement for string quartet and rhythmic section. "Boas Vindas," a rhythmic Bahian samba with special guest Gilberto Gil, highlights love for life. "Ela Ela," written with Arto Lindsay, brings modernist interventions of both. In "Santa ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Alvaro Neder
This album had so much success that it yielded the show and album Circuladô Ao Vivo. It opens with "Fora Da Ordem," a funk track dealing with urban socio-economic problems in Brazil. "Circuladô de Fulô," a baião with cello and Indian-like scales, was built over the concrete poet Haroldo de Campos' poem of the same name from the book Galáxias. "Itapuã" is a modern elegy for the beautiful beach, where Veloso is backed by a contemporary arrangement for string quartet and rhythmic section. "Boas Vindas," a rhythmic Bahian samba with special guest Gilberto Gil, highlights love for life. "Ela Ela," written with Arto Lindsay, brings modernist interventions of both. In "Santa Clara, Padroeira Da Televisão," Veloso tries to exorcise the bad name of television through a happy and rhythmic percussive groove. His usual renditions of forgotten values of the past are represented in this album by the beautiful "Baião da Penha" Guio De Mories/David Nasser. "Neide Candolina" draws from the example of a black woman who transcended poverty through hard work. "O Cu Do Mundo," with the participation of Gal Costa and Gilberto Gil, has with all its aggressiveness a criticism directed at violence. "A Terceira Margem Do Rio" is a beautiful composition by Milton Nascimento/Veloso. Under its universe of ecological images, glimpses of psychoanalytical and semantic impressions show. The bossa "Lindeza" closes the album with delicacy, with keyboardist Ryuichi Sakamoto as a guest accompanist.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/30/2003
  • Label: Universal Brazil
  • UPC: 731451063923
  • Catalog Number: 5106392

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Fora Da Ordem (5:53)
  2. 2 Circulado de Fulo (3:29)
  3. 3 Itapua (3:37)
  4. 4 Boas Vindas (3:41)
  5. 5 Ela Ela (2:03)
  6. 6 Santa Clara, Padroeira Da Televisao (3:08)
  7. 7 Baiao Da Penha (3:25)
  8. 8 Neide Candolina (4:11)
  9. 9 A Terceira Margem Do Rio (2:23)
  10. 10 O Cu Do Mundo (4:00)
  11. 11 Lindeza (4:08)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Caetano Veloso Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals, Hand Clapping
Gal Costa Vocals
Naná Vasconcelos talking drum
Gilberto Gil Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Lawrence "Butch" Morris Cornet
Marc Ribot Electric Guitar
Arto Lindsay Electric Guitar
Tony Lewis Drums
Carlinhos Bala Drums
Melvin Gibbs Bass
Bebel Gilberto Vocals, Background Vocals
Andres Levin Keyboards, Sampling
Armando Marçal Tambourine, Repique, Shaker
Torcuato Mariano Acoustic Guitar
Audrey Martells Vocals
Monica Millet Pandeiro
Jaques Morelenbaum Cello
Alceu Reis Cello
Ryuichi Sakamoto Bass, Piano, Strings, Keyboards, Sampling
Arthur Maia Bass
Toni Costa Guitar, Electric Guitar
Moreno Veloso Stick, Vocals, Hand Clapping, Pandeiro
Marcelo Costa Drums, Stick, Timbales, Berimbau, Hand Clapping, Pandeiro, Surdo, Ceramic Drums
Sacha Amback Conga, Sampling
Laurie Andriamampianina Vocals
Tavinho Fialho Bass
Kazu Makino Vocals
Maria Christine Springuel Viola
Oswaldinho Do Acordeon Accordion
Wellington Soares Stick, Hand Clapping
Marcos Amma Conga, Stick, gourd
Billy Carrion Vocals
Amilton Lino Surdo, Timbaus
Technical Credits
Milton Nascimento Composer
Caetano Veloso Arranger, Composer, Cover Design
Arto Lindsay Arranger, Producer, translation
Patrick Dillett Engineer
Bebel Gilberto Arranger
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Jaques Morelenbaum Arranger
Ryuichi Sakamoto Arranger
Mayrton Bahia Art Direction
Vanessa Stepaneko Adaptation
Léa Millon Executive Producer
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