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Gal Costa

Gal Costa

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A lot changed between Gal Costa's pleasantly straightforward 1967 debut Domingo and her eponymous follow-up two years later. Domingo, also a debut for young Brazilian songwriter Caetano Veloso, featured a set of airy, somewhat standard bossa nova tunes, sung ably by Costa. Mere months after the release of this relatively safe debut, however, Costa and Veloso found themselves alongside Os Mutantes, Tom Zé, and Gilberto Gil, recording contributions to Tropicália: Ou Panis et Circencis, the unofficial manifesto of the Tropicalismo movement. The compilation dove headfirst into avant-garde experimentalism, embracing the psychedelic tendencies happening in American underground circles, and the politically charged energy of radical dissent to Brazil's ongoing military dictatorship. This wild new hybrid of Brazilian pop and far-reaching outside influences resulted in something instantly miles away from everything that came before it, and Costa's self-titled Tropicalismo debut is no exception. The album begins with a flutter of psychedelic echo effects, dissolving into gloriously lush string arrangements and lighthearted organ on "Nao Identificado," a brilliant opening track that introduces Costa's velvety voice, gently at first, as if to ease the listener into the new sounds about to be revealed. Softly glowing chamber pop arrangements like "Lost in Paradise" melt into unchained grooves and buzzing fuzz guitar bug-outs like the Gilberto Gil-aided "Namorinho de Portão" and the child-like singsonginess of "Divino Maravilhoso." The echo-heavy productions, patient strings, and gorgeously floating melody of "Baby" drive the album to its brilliant summit, offering a perfect articulation of the pensive, sexy, strange, and above all else, sunny blur that Tropicalismo was, even in its very beginnings.

© Fred Thomas /TiVo

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1
Nao Identificado
Gal Costa
00:03:17

CAetano Veloso, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

2
Sebastiana
Gilberto Gil
00:02:24

Rosil Cavalcanti, ComposerLyricist - Gilberto Gil, MainArtist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

3
Lost In The Paradise
Gal Costa
00:02:51

CAetano Veloso, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

4
Namorinho De Portão
Gilberto Gil
00:02:33

Tom Zé, ComposerLyricist - Gilberto Gil, MainArtist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

5
Saudosismo
Gal Costa
00:03:10

CAetano Veloso, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, Vocalist, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

6
Se Você Pensa
Gal Costa
00:03:14

Roberto Carlos, ComposerLyricist - Erasmo Carlos, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

7
Vou Recomeçar
Gal Costa
00:03:24

Roberto Carlos, ComposerLyricist - Erasmo Carlos, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

8
Divino Maravilhoso
Gal Costa
00:04:18

Gilberto Gil, ComposerLyricist - CAetano Veloso, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, Vocalist, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

9
Que Pena (Ele Já Não Gosta Mais De Mim)
Gal Costa
00:03:35

Jorge Ben, ComposerLyricist - CAetano Veloso, MainArtist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

10
Baby (Original Album)
Gal Costa
00:03:32

CAetano Veloso, Vocalist, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, Vocalist, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Rogerio Duprat, Recording Arranger, AssociatedPerformer

℗ 1968 Universal Music Ltda

11
A Coisa Mais Linda Que Existe
Gal Costa
00:04:00

Torquato Neto, ComposerLyricist - Gilberto Gil, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

12
Deus É O Amor
Gal Costa
00:03:04

Jorge Ben, ComposerLyricist - Gal Costa, MainArtist - Manuel Barenbein, Producer

℗ 1969 Universal Music Ltda

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A lot changed between Gal Costa's pleasantly straightforward 1967 debut Domingo and her eponymous follow-up two years later. Domingo, also a debut for young Brazilian songwriter Caetano Veloso, featured a set of airy, somewhat standard bossa nova tunes, sung ably by Costa. Mere months after the release of this relatively safe debut, however, Costa and Veloso found themselves alongside Os Mutantes, Tom Zé, and Gilberto Gil, recording contributions to Tropicália: Ou Panis et Circencis, the unofficial manifesto of the Tropicalismo movement. The compilation dove headfirst into avant-garde experimentalism, embracing the psychedelic tendencies happening in American underground circles, and the politically charged energy of radical dissent to Brazil's ongoing military dictatorship. This wild new hybrid of Brazilian pop and far-reaching outside influences resulted in something instantly miles away from everything that came before it, and Costa's self-titled Tropicalismo debut is no exception. The album begins with a flutter of psychedelic echo effects, dissolving into gloriously lush string arrangements and lighthearted organ on "Nao Identificado," a brilliant opening track that introduces Costa's velvety voice, gently at first, as if to ease the listener into the new sounds about to be revealed. Softly glowing chamber pop arrangements like "Lost in Paradise" melt into unchained grooves and buzzing fuzz guitar bug-outs like the Gilberto Gil-aided "Namorinho de Portão" and the child-like singsonginess of "Divino Maravilhoso." The echo-heavy productions, patient strings, and gorgeously floating melody of "Baby" drive the album to its brilliant summit, offering a perfect articulation of the pensive, sexy, strange, and above all else, sunny blur that Tropicalismo was, even in its very beginnings.

© Fred Thomas /TiVo

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