Trecho de gravação antiga

achei uns K7's de uns 15 anos atrás com gravações que fiz com voz e violão.
eis um trecho minúsculo:

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V.A. - ' Choubi Choubi! Folk And Pop Sounds From Iraq ' (Sublime Frequencies,2005)

The genius of the Sublime Frequencies anthologies -- presenting pop music from a worldwide context without the stuffy museum attitude of "world music" snobbery -- continues with Choubi Choubi!, a collection of Iraqi songs from 1970 forward. Mark Gergis' liner notes provide a fine anchor for a newcomer, briefly but effectively detailing the nature of Iraqi musical life, differing styles, and some important historical context. Gergis identifies a key instrument, a hand drum called a khishba or zanbour, which defines many Iraqi song styles much like the dhol does for bhangra. The fast-paced beats created, or sometimes replicated electronically, are instantly appealing, sometimes almost chaotic in their rush. Some of the selections have outstandingly rich blends of beats and orchestration -- "Yumma, Al Hilou"'s strings create a series of memorable hooks, while the massive echo on "Choubi Choubi," a self-referential love song to a specific genre, adds both ominous and frenetic atmosphere to the percussion. Songs like the brilliantly titled "Oh Mother, the Handsome Man Tortures Me," "Walla," and "Ala Honak" sometimes accelerate suddenly within the space of a second. The amazing instrumental breaks on Bawin's "Ya Binaya Goumi," with what sounds like violin, keyboard, and drums all chasing each other frenetically, have to be heard to be believed. On a different plane, three selections from early-'70s performer Ja'afar Hassan could easily have surfaced on a psych music comp by now, with a sharp Western pop/rock undercurrent mixing easily with the other styles highlighted on the disc. It's a vivid, stirring trio of songs, apparently meant to be anthems for a socialist party and all sounding like they could succeed at their goal. Credit also to the (seemingly backhanded) compliment of the title "Ashhad Biannak Hilou," aka "I Admit You Are Beautiful," which is also easily one of the best songs on a great collection overall. ~ Ned RaggettThe Wire (p.67) - "Many Iraqi styles from the 80s and 90s are represented here...all are propelled by bullet-like percussion performed on a nomadic hand drum known as the zanbour."

Track Listing:

1 They Taught Me
2 Segue Bezikh
3 Oh Mother, the Handsome Man Tortures Me
4 Yumma, Al Hilou (Mother, Here's My Beauty)
5 Ahl Al Aqi (Oh, People of Reason)
6 Hecha
7 Choubi Choubi
8 Ya Binaya Goumi (Oh Girl, Stand up)
9 Front My Hope
10 Ala Honak (Take It Easy)
11 Mawal / Choubi
12 (Unknown) See All 53 [UNKNOWN ARTIST] UNKNOWN Lyrics
13 Ashhad Biannak Hilou (I Admit You Are Beautiful)
14 Walla (By God)
15 Palestinian
16 (Unknown)


Retrofoguetes - Largo do Pelourinho (Salvador, Brasil - Carnaval de 2011)

É o 'Retrofolia' no Circuito Batatinha. Carnaval em homenagem à guitarra baiana.
Transmitido ao vivo pela Rádio Educadora FM 107.5 Mhz.

Edição só com as músicas, sendo retirada a locução intermediaria.

Sucessos do Trio Elétrico Armandinho, Dodô e Osmar e músicas instrumentais que fazem parte da história do Carnaval:


Coletânea Brasileira 2

Com os artistas:

Sérgio Sampaio; Rita Lee; Tom Zé; Raul Seixas; Tim Maia; Azambuja & Cia.; Tony Campello; Sambrasa Trio; Rita Lee & Tutti Frutti; Vinicius de Moraes; Taiguara; Sérgio Porto, Aracy de Almeida e Billy Blanco.


PJ Harvey - Let England Shake

14.02.2011 - through Island Records.

Recorded in a 19th Century church in Dorset with long time collaborator Flood who co-produced the album with PJ Harvey, John Parish and Mick Harvey. Let England Shake was also mixed by Flood.
PJ Harvey will perform with a live band which includes Mick Harvey, John Parish and Jean-Marc Butty.

Album Tracklisting

1. Let England Shake
2. The Last Living Rose
3. The Glorious Land
4. The Words That Maketh Murder
5. All And Everyone
6. On Battleship Hill
7. England
8. In The Dark Places
9. Bitter Branches
10. Hanging In The Wire
11. Written On The Forehead
12. The Colour of The Earth

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