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Uma Batida Diferente
     

Uma Batida Diferente

by Bossacucanova
 

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The Brazilian trio Bossacucanova has been taking the smooth, jazzy sound of bossa nova and muscling it up with breakbeats, turntablism, and electronica since they first hit the international dance music scene in 1999. Their third album isn't really a departure from their previous work (album title notwithstanding, the beats are pretty

Overview

The Brazilian trio Bossacucanova has been taking the smooth, jazzy sound of bossa nova and muscling it up with breakbeats, turntablism, and electronica since they first hit the international dance music scene in 1999. Their third album isn't really a departure from their previous work (album title notwithstanding, the beats are pretty much the same), but it does represent a continued refinement of their approach. Bass player Márcio Menescal brings his father, the legendary producer and guitarist Roberto Menescal, on board yet again to lend his delicious licks and slinky filigrees to the proceedings, and other guests include singer Marcos Valle and Bossacucanova's labelmates Zuco 103, whose contribution on "Samba da Minha Terra" is one of the album's highlights. But the real star of the show is Brazilian-American singer Cris Delanno, whose interpretations of "Onde Anda Meu Amor" and the Antonio Carlos Jobim song "Aguas de Março" have a special, bittersweet appeal. Really, though, there isn't a weak track on this wonderful record. Very highly recommended.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/28/2004
Label:
Six Degrees
UPC:
0657036110625
catalogNumber:
1106

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Performance Credits

Bossacucanova   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
João Parahyba   Vocals,Pandeiro,Timba
Roberto Menescal   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Track Performer,Spoken Word
Bidinho   Trumpet
Danilo Caymmi   Flute
Leo Gandelman   Flute,Alto Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Jota Moraes   Vibes
Jaques Morelenbaum   Cello
Marcos Suzano   Pandeiro
Marcos Valle   Keyboards,Vocals,Track Performer
Celso Fonseca   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Track Performer
Adriana Calcanhotto   Vocals,Track Performer
Lilian Vieira   Drums,Vocals,fender rhodes
Marcos Esguleba   Percussion
Stefan Kruger   Drums,Vocals,fender rhodes
Alexandre Moreira   Keyboards
Zuco 103   Track Performer
Trio Mocotó   Track Performer
Bebeto   Acoustic Guitar
Cris Delanno   Vocals,Guest Appearance
Wilson Simoninha   Track Performer
Stefan Schmid   Drums,Vocals,fender rhodes
Flavio Mendes   Acoustic Guitar
Márcio Menescal   Bass,Vocals
Skowa   Vocals,Pandeiro,Timba
Sidinho Moreira   Percussion
Laudir DeOliveira   Percussion,Conga
DJ Marcelinho da Lua   Turntables
Ricardo Siri   Percussion
Miguel Gandelman   Tenor Saxophone
Orlann Divo   Vocals,Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Dorival Caymmi   Composer
Caetano Veloso   Composer
Gene Lees   Composer
Baden Powell   Composer
Durval Ferreira   Composer
Leo Gandelman   Horn Arrangements
Antonio Carlos Jobim   Composer
Nelson Motta   Composer
Marcos Valle   Composer
Celso Fonseca   Composer
Adriana Calcanhotto   Composer
Ray Gilbert   Composer
Chico Buarque de Hollanda   Composer
Alexandre Moreira   Programming
Bossacucanova   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Concept
Márcio Menescal   Programming
Lula Freire   Composer
Dado Brother   Producer
DJ Marcelinho da Lua   Programming
Zoran Janjetov   Artwork
Orlann Divo   Composer,Sound Effects

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