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Released in 1972, Transa was recorded by Caetano Veloso during his exile in London, England, shortly before his return to Brazil. The sound of '70s electric rock predominates, fused with Brazilian rhythms and percussion, berimbau sounds, and his own violão playing. Several lyrics in English, and also in Portuguese, carefully avoid direct reference to politics, which may be found disguised in all songs, especially in the melancholic and depressed images of the poem by Gregório de Matos, "Triste Bahia," for which Veloso wrote the music. "It's a Long Way" also makes ciphered references to the political situation and was broadly played in the '70s. The broad use of pontos de capoeira (music used for accompaniment of capoeira, a martial art developed by Brazilian slaves as a resistance against the whites) can also be understood in that sense. The album also has "Mora na Filosofia," a classic and beautiful samba by Monsueto that scandalized people with its rock rendition. © Alvaro Neder /TiVo
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Bossa nova e musica brasiliana  - Uscito il 27 novembre 2012 | Universal Music Ltda.

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Caetano Veloso's Abraçaço is the final album in the trilogy that began with Cê in 2006 and continued with Zii e Zie in 2010. These recordings aren't related conceptually, but musically. He collaborated with the same trio of younger players from the Carioca pop fringe -- guitarist Pedro Sá (who co-produced the set with Veloso's son Moreno), drummer Marcelo Callado, and bassist Ricardo Dias. These songs are rangey, full of compelling sounds and unexpected dynamic and textural shifts. The word "abraçaço" is Portuguese for "big hug." Veloso has embraced all the music between his early tropicalia style and the newer, edgier indie pop of Brazil, and treads that winding path throughout. Opener "A Bossa Nova é Foda" (translation: "Bossa Nova Is Fucking Great") has little in common with what we normally associate with the genre. The only real references to it are brief instrumental quotes from tunes by Tom Jobim and Vinicius Moraes in the bridge. Bouncing guitars and clipped snares are angular and edgy as Veloso employs both his falsetto and a lower, nearly guttural form of expression -- akin to Tibetan throat singing. In the stellar ballad "Estou Triste," Veloso's plaintive baritone slides gradually toward his falsetto, transforming the wealth of the tune's emotion in the process. A gently pulsing electric guitar becomes more insistent and spirals in a solo as a painterly hi-hat evolves into near rolling thunder. The title track reaches into cumbia and funk. The stinging, fuzzed-out guitar solo pushes the envelope but it stays in the pocket of a hooky melody. "Quero Ser Justo" is a lithe, poetic romantic ballad with a sharp, bubbling bassline. The drums and rhythms in "O Império da Lei" come from northeastern Brazil. While the song is bright, even cheerful in tone, its lyric unveils a dark tale of politically motivated murder with only the guitars hinting at the turbulence in the narrative. The militant "Um Comunista" uses dub reggae, jazz, and indie rock and folk music in a cannily unified groove. "Funk Melódico" is a clattering, noisy exercise in multiple rhythms and vocal percussion; it actually recalls some of the wild music found on 1989's Estrangeiro. Bossa nova gets a more formal embrace on "Quando o Galo Cantou." Though the tune is laid-back and generally more settled, it does hold some (gentle) melodic and dynamic surprises. The set closes on a quieter note with "Gayana," a slow, processional romantic ballad with keyboard, guitar, and malleted cymbals underscoring each tenderly sung line. Abraçaço is the most sophisticated, alluring, and captivating offering in this trilogy. Not content to rest on his laurels, Veloso remains a vital, restless artist. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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Caetano Veloso continues his free-thinking explorations of tropicalismo on this ambitiously arranged, elaborately packaged suite of songs devoted to whatever happens to cross his mind. Veloso says that he was listening a lot to the collaborations of Miles Davis and Gil Evans around this time, and Jaques Morelenbaum's charts often reflect their darkly urbane ethos. Yet for Morelenbaum's yin there is also the yang of the battering Bahian percussion that dominates many of the rhythm tracks. "Livros" in Portuguese means "books," so Veloso gives you a sample of his book Verdade Tropical in the booklet notes and pays eloquent tribute to them on the title track: "Books are transcendental things/But we can love them with our hands." He is alternately awestruck and appalled by the ambiguities of New York City on "Manhata"; here, the arrangement definitely contains haunting echoes of Evans. He can venture into atonality on "Doideca" (12-tone, but pointedly translated in the booklet as "loony"), recite the horrors of a slave ship voyage, tell someone off ("Nao Enche," which means "Piss Off"), or simply sing "How beautiful could a being be" over and over, presumably to a child, in falsetto to a hot groove. One of the most amazing songs is an epic about the life of Alexander the Great; it comes off like a great saga song. Finally, he runs down a long list of all his favorite Brazilian singers, seemingly leaving out no one, only to close with "Better than this there's only silence/And better than silence, only Joao." Can't add anything to that, except don't miss this CD if you love Brazilian music. © Richard S. Ginell /TiVo
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