Brazilian Girls

Brazilian Girls

by Brazilian Girls


Product Details

Release Date: 02/01/2005
Label: Verve
UPC: 0602498634134
catalogNumber: 000322902

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brazilian Girls   Primary Artist
Seamus Blake   Saxophone,Background Vocals
Clark Gayton   Trombone,Tuba,Background Vocals
Brian Mitchell   Background Vocals
Kenny Wollesen   Background Vocals
Didi Gutman   Keyboards,Group Member
Aaron Johnston   Drums,Group Member
Sabina Sciubba   Vocals,Group Member
Jason Darling   Background Vocals
Anna Hronopoulos   Background Vocals
Till Behler   Saxophone
Takuya Nakamura   Trumpet,Background Vocals
Jesse Murphy   Bass,Group Member
Héctor Castillo   Background Vocals
Alexandra Douglass   Background Vocals
Heather Blanton   Background Vocals
Carlotta Montealegre   Background Vocals
Shruthi Pinnamaneni   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Hollis King   Art Direction
Sabina Sciubba   Composer
B. Reynolds   Composer
Frederik Rubens   Producer
Héctor Castillo   Producer,Engineer
Brazilian Girls   Composer,Producer

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Brazilian Girls 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I dunno how to explain this. A little trip hop, a little reggae, a sexy girl vocalist, some horns, heavy bass, excellent beats, sexy, fun, beautiful, best album I've bought so far this year...yeah, I guess that about covers it. This is just plain hot. Get it already! If this band doesn't become huge then I don't know anything.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Brazilian Girls make music that is insidiously catchy and great for chilling out or partying. They have lyrics in a few different languages on this album, and musically the songs have a very "worldly" flavor (there are influences spanning the globe on here that I probably can't even identify). The breathy, lazy vocals are brimming with attitude that almost distracts you from the fact that the singer has a really beautiful voice. The band uses a combination of a live rhythm section and programmed/sampled elements. Together this makes for a really fresh, unique sound. It's hard to say what genre this is. Trip-hop comes to mind but it's not as melancholy as most of the music in that genre. In fact, this band has a noticeable sense of humor in the way they do things that balances out the seductiveness of their music. I really can't say enough about this. I think these guys are the coolest band in the world.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago