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Antologia 67/03
     

Antologia 67/03

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by Caetano Veloso
 
Antologia 67/03 is a 34-track anthology of Caetano Veloso's career from the late 1960s to 2003. A compilation like this, from a true giant like Caetano Veloso, is of course bound to contain a lot of gems. However, the selection of songs here is rather unconventional, omitting nearly ubiquitous landmark tracks such as "Alegria,

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Antologia 67/03 is a 34-track anthology of Caetano Veloso's career from the late 1960s to 2003. A compilation like this, from a true giant like Caetano Veloso, is of course bound to contain a lot of gems. However, the selection of songs here is rather unconventional, omitting nearly ubiquitous landmark tracks such as "Alegria, Alegria," "Terra," "Você é Linda," and "Queixa," and instead including many beautiful but lesser known songs, such as "Muito Romântico," "Cajuína," "Lua, Lua, Lua," and "Maria Bethânia." One could in fact almost call this an "alternative" anthology. There is no particular order among the tracks, chronological or otherwise, which perhaps makes some of the songs seem a bit out of context. Dealing with an artist with such an extraordinarily rich and colorful back catalog as Caetano Veloso, you could always argue about songs that could or should have been included and others that should have been omitted from a compilation like this one. But if the purpose of the compilers behind this anthology was to create a different and slightly alternative collection of Caetano Veloso's work during the last five decades, they have succeeded reasonably well.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/31/2004
Label:
Universal Int'l
UPC:
0602498100752
catalogNumber:
9810075
Rank:
245613

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Caetano Veloso   Primary Artist,Guitar,Improvisation
Naná Vasconcelos   Percussion
Gilberto Gil   Guitar
Antonio Adolfo   Organ
Carlinhos Brown   Cello
Bill Frisell   Guitar
Jaques Morelenbaum   Cello

Technical Credits

Caetano Veloso   Composer,Text
Mick Jagger   Composer
Dori Caymmi   Arranger
Gilberto Gil   Composer
Arto Lindsay   Producer,English Translations
Lou Reizner   Producer
Moreno Veloso   Arranger,Composer
Rogerio Duprat   Arranger
Tomas Mendez   Composer
Jorge Mautner   Composer
Henri Salvador   Composer
Augusto DeCampos   Inspiration
Simon Díaz   Composer
João Do Vale   Composer
Peninha   Composer
Philippe Savoir   Art Direction
Mario Cravo Neto   Cover Photo
Maurice Pon   Composer

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Antologia 67/03 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I happened to hear the song "Estrangeiro" on the radio and was blown away by the rockin' power and the seductive rhythm. I thought "I've got to get everything this guy's done". What a mistake. Most of the songs are just way too mellow. Hopefully, his other albums are a bit thematic, so that rockin' stuff is mainly on a few albums and the boring stuff is on the others.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge fan of Veloso, and I love this collection. I've actually bought it several times. It has some expected titles like Nao Enche, Cucurucucu Paloma, and Cajuina, but you also get some rare little gems like Ciume, Let it Bleed and Os Arogonautos which you wouldn't expect to find on a 'greatest hits' type collection. Of course his voice is immaculate, silver and filigree as always. I adore this set. The liner notes are great too.