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MTV Ao Vivo: No Museu de Arte da Pampula
     

MTV Ao Vivo: No Museu de Arte da Pampula

by Pato Fu
 
The Belo Horizonte-based quartet Pato Fu is often compared to the '60s cult band Os Mutantes. But although Pato Fu is clearly inspired by the psychedelic pioneers of that group, they are by no means near reaching the same creative originality as their source of inspiration. Having said this, Pato Fu is still a very

Overview

The Belo Horizonte-based quartet Pato Fu is often compared to the '60s cult band Os Mutantes. But although Pato Fu is clearly inspired by the psychedelic pioneers of that group, they are by no means near reaching the same creative originality as their source of inspiration. Having said this, Pato Fu is still a very solid pop
ock band. For instance, Time dubbed them the best band in the world in 2001. This release is a live follow-up to the group's 2001 success album, Ruído Rosa, their best and most consistent studio album to date. In contrast to most other MTV live albums, this is not a straight display of big hits, although Pato Fu do perform some of the more popular songs from their back catalog. What makes this album different is that several of the tracks are presented here in versions that differ quite radically from the original studio versions. Perhaps the best example of that is the opening track, "Eu," which transforms from the original plain rock of the studio version into an interesting, upbeat semi-tango, complete with accordion and saw backing. Another accordion-accompanied but more feisty and danceable tune is "Porque Te Vas." These two tracks are also among the highlights of the album, as is the excellent "Perdendo Dentes," which is given a much more delicate, airy, and tasteful treatment here than before. There are also four completely new (or at least previously unreleased) compositions, of which the rock song "Me Explica" is the best. To sum it all up, this album works well both as an introduction to Pato Fu as well as an alternative compilation for the hardcore fans of the group.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/19/2002
Label:
Bmg Int'l
UPC:
0743219456823
catalogNumber:
194568

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Performance Credits

Pato Fu   Primary Artist
Lulu Camargo   Piano,Keyboards
Xande Tamietti   Bateria
Ronaldo Fraga   Conga
Hique Gomez   Violin,Vocals
Ricardo Koctus   Vocals,Pandeiro,Baixo
Nico Nicolaiewsky   Piano,Accordion,Vocals

Technical Credits

Leroy James   Graphic Design,Promotions Director
Roberto Marques   Writer
Ann Butler   Artistic Director
Ana Surani   Artistic Director
Fran Andrade   Legal Advisor
Aluizer Malab   Producer
Flávia Pinho   Contributor
Adilson Tokita   Executive Producer
Beto Villares   Producer
Romi Atarashi   Direction
André Mantovani   Director
Cris Lobo   Producer
Marcos Amorium   Monitor Engineer
Bruno Campregher   Contributor
Cavalera   Contributor
Evaristo Cunha   Contributor
Gledson Ferreira   Projection
Ricardo Fiorenza   Contributor,Scenery
Rodrigo Fiorenza   Contributor,Scenery
Kerley Gonçalves   Roadie
Iódice   Contributor
Adriana Leão   Illustrations
Cristiano Martins   Roadie
Gabriel Meirelles   Contributor,Digital Photography,Scenery
Jander Ribeiro   Studio Coordinator
Amandio Soares   Contributor,Scenery
Vitor Takai   Executive Producer

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