Marcos Valle: Braziliance

SKU: 39956507
Marcos Valle: Braziliance

Marcos Valle: Braziliance

SKU: 39956507

Format: VINYL LP

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Artist: Marcos Valle
Title: Braziliance
Product Type: VINYL LP

Vinyl LP pressing. To call Marcos Valle 'a legend' of Brazilian music is much more than just easy press-release hype. As singer, writer, musician and record producer, Marcos has played an integral role shaping the sound of the country's music from the 'golden era' of the '60s and '70s, through to the modern day. Braziliance! Takes things back to the early heady days of Marcos' career with the bright and optimistic sound of Rio's Bossa Nova scene. It includes an instrumental version of "Crickets Sing For Anamaria" or "Os Grilos" in Portuguese, which would also be re-recorded with vocals. Though only in his early twenties at the time, Braziliance! #depicts very sophisticated production for a musician so young. Recorded in 1966, produced by Louis Oliveira and Ray Gilberts with arrangements by the very talented Emir Deodato, the album was released on Warner Bros. Records. The artwork presents a very clean-cut, wholesome looking Marcos but darker things were around the corner for Brazil. The 'Tropicalica' movement was on it's way and about to shake thighs up both musically and politically.

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