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During the late '90s through 2001, pianist/composer Uri Caine found a home with the Germany-based Winter & Winter record label. After a string of largely successful third stream-type interpretations and reinventions of classical composers -- Gustav Mahler, Johann Sebastian Bach, and others -- and one conventional jazz piano trio outing, Caine launched 2002 with three concurrent yet vastly dissimilar releases. Here, the artist presents the listener with a musical account of his travels in Rio de Janeiro, as he enlists local percussionists and vocalists to augment his base rhythm section. Winter & Winter printed the liners, track listings, personnel, and incidentals in Portuguese. Some of these works were recorded in a parking lot and other venues, and Caine and the production team judiciously left many of the background noises and sounds of the street intact. The pianist utilizes Fender Rhodes electric piano and acoustic piano throughout. However, the primary thrust of this recording resides within the often buoyantly executed rhythms and bustling frameworks, where Caine constructs jazzy motifs atop a series of samba and funk grooves, rap, and more. With this effort, Caine seemingly derives inspiration from the rhythmic structures while melding his thematic inventions into the percussionists' temporal planes. Nonetheless, the artist captures and illustrates the less commercial side of what might be considered indigenous Brazilian music.
© Glenn Astarita /TiVo

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1
Samba Do Mar
Uri Caine
00:04:35

Unidos Da Villa Isabel

2001 Winter & Winter

2
Dia De Praia
Uri Caine
00:04:49

Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Lula Galvao, violon - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

3
Teu Chamego
Uri Caine
00:05:42

Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Lula Galvao, violon - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

4
Revolucionário
Paulo Braga
00:03:55

Paulo Braga, batterie - Lula Galvao, violon - Kacau Gomes, voix - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

5
Bondinho de Santa Tereza
Domínio Publico
00:03:16

Uri Caine, piano

2001 Winter & Winter

6
Combatente
Maurício Pacheco
00:04:07

Uri Caine, piano - Paulo Braga, batterie

2001 Winter & Winter

7
Samba Do Fogo
Uri Caine
00:03:12

Unidos Da Villa Isabel - Uri Caine, piano

2001 Winter & Winter

8
Raquel
Uri Caine
00:05:31

Uri Caine, piano - Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Lula Galvao, violon - Cris Dealanno, voix - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

9
Arpoador
Uri Caine
00:05:05

Uri Caine, piano - Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Lula Galvao, violon - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

10
Assalto Cultural
Uri Caine
00:03:40

Uri Caine, piano - Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Lula Galvao, violon - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

11
Na Lapa
Ricardo Curtz
00:03:09

Uri Caine, piano

2001 Winter & Winter

12
Samba Da Terra Primavera
Uri Caine
00:03:31

Unidos Da Villa Isabel - Uri Caine, piano

2001 Winter & Winter

13
Um Minuto Só
Jair Oliveira
00:04:02

Uri Caine, piano - Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Jair Oliveira, violon

2001 Winter & Winter

14
Choro Maluco
Paulo Braga
00:05:05

Uri Caine, piano - Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Lula Galvao, violon - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

15
Samba Da Rua
Domínio Publico
00:01:39

Unidos Da Villa Isabel - Uri Caine, piano

2001 Winter & Winter

16
Akalanguiado
Paulo Braga
00:03:32

Paulo Braga, batterie - Jorge Helder, guitare - Lula Galvao, violon - Humberto Cazes, percussions

2001 Winter & Winter

17
Adeus
Uri Caine
00:01:30

Uri Caine, piano

2001 Winter & Winter

18
Samba Do Vento
Uri Caine
00:02:38

Unidos Da Villa Isabel

2001 Winter & Winter

Album Description

During the late '90s through 2001, pianist/composer Uri Caine found a home with the Germany-based Winter & Winter record label. After a string of largely successful third stream-type interpretations and reinventions of classical composers -- Gustav Mahler, Johann Sebastian Bach, and others -- and one conventional jazz piano trio outing, Caine launched 2002 with three concurrent yet vastly dissimilar releases. Here, the artist presents the listener with a musical account of his travels in Rio de Janeiro, as he enlists local percussionists and vocalists to augment his base rhythm section. Winter & Winter printed the liners, track listings, personnel, and incidentals in Portuguese. Some of these works were recorded in a parking lot and other venues, and Caine and the production team judiciously left many of the background noises and sounds of the street intact. The pianist utilizes Fender Rhodes electric piano and acoustic piano throughout. However, the primary thrust of this recording resides within the often buoyantly executed rhythms and bustling frameworks, where Caine constructs jazzy motifs atop a series of samba and funk grooves, rap, and more. With this effort, Caine seemingly derives inspiration from the rhythmic structures while melding his thematic inventions into the percussionists' temporal planes. Nonetheless, the artist captures and illustrates the less commercial side of what might be considered indigenous Brazilian music.
© Glenn Astarita /TiVo

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