Various Artists - Tropicalia: Gold mp3 downloadPerformer: Various Artists
Title: Tropicalia: Gold
Style: Tropicalia,Brazilian Traditions
Released: September 17, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1419 mb
Size FLAC version: 1168 mb
Size WMA version: 1153 mb
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Various Artists - Tropicalia: Gold mp3 download
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Tropicália, also known as Tropicalismo, was a Brazilian artistic movement that arose in the late 1960s and formally ended in 1968. Though music was its chief expression, the movement was not solely expressed so, as it enveloped other art forms such as film, theatre, and poetry. Tropicália was characterized by the amalgamation of Brazilian genres-notably the union of the popular and the avant-garde, as well as the melding of Brazilian tradition and foreign traditions and styles.
Tropicália is a style of music from Brazil, beginning in the late 60s, when a group of art students, writers and musicians, inspired by the work of modern artists such as Helio Oiticica and progressive theatre (especially Oswald de Andrade‘s O Rei da Vela), decided the time was right for a new musical framework. One of the key characteristics of the whole movement was the arrangements of Rogerio Duprat, who was both classically trained and very individual in approach. It’s one of the reasons why tropicália albums have a very particular sound. His presence is truly felt on this one. The album starts with the psychedelic pop of Cinema Olympia.
The flame of Tropicália didn't burn long, but it burned brightly, and in just a few short years during the late 60s, the movement sparked a revolution that drastically altered the landscape of Brazilian art and popular culture. While history tends to place the strongest significance on the musical achievements of the Tropicálistas, the movement bridged all mediums- poetry, film, and theater all felt its influence.
Various Artists – Tropicália ou Panis et Circencis (1968). Let’s not forget Tom Ze’s famous marble-in-an-anus album cover, Todos os Olhos, which bookended Tropicália with a flourish. In less than three years an explosion of artistic creativity was unearthed from the rich cultural soils of Brazil. It was local, yet borrowed.
Various Artists - Tropicália ou Panis et Circensis (1968). MP3 320 kbps EAC rip FLAC+CUE+LOG FLAC Level 8 300 dpi scans. Philips Records/Universal Music Brazil 512 089-2 1993. Tropicália ou Panis et Circencis (Latin for Bread and circuses) is a 1968 collaboration album by Brazilian artists including Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Tom Zé, Nara Leão, Os Mutantes and Gal Costa. The album is considered the musical manifesto of the Tropicalismo, a Brazilian art movement that arose in the late 1960's, heavily influenced by Poesia Concreta (an avant-garde movement that defended rationality and rejected expressionism, featuring lyric abstraction and randomness), Brazilian roots music and Psychedelic Rock.
Album · 2007 · 4 Songs. Tropicalia (Eric's 5RW Vocal). 4. Tropicalia (MC's Acoustic Dub). Released: 9 Jan 2007. True Love - EP. Aquanote. Soulmate - EP. Summerland.
Free download and listen Tropicalia: 50 Hawaiian and Tropical Songs. Artists: Chill Babies USA. Harry Kaapui & His Royal Polynesians. Hawaiian Wedding Band. Tracks count: 121. Views: 21. The Hawaiians, Chill Babies USA, Hawaiian Music - Guitar Chant 02:48.
|1||Tropicália Caetano Veloso||Caetano Veloso||3:38|
|2||Desde Que O Samba É Samba Caetano Veloso||Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso||5:09|
|3||Baby Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa / Caetano Veloso||3:33|
|4||Panis et Circenses Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso||Os Mutantes||3:38|
|5||Não Identificado Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||3:18|
|6||Tradição Gilberto Gil||Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso||5:55|
|7||Domingo No Parque Gilberto Gil||Gilberto Gil||3:41|
|8||Nossa Gente (Avisa Lá) Roque Carvalho||Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso||2:52|
|9||Divino Maravilhoso Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||4:20|
|10||Soy Loco Por Ti, América Gilberto Gil||Caetano Veloso||3:44|
|11||Parque Industrial||Gal Costa / Gilberto Gil / Os Mutantes / Caetano Veloso||3:17|
|12||Top Top Arnolpho Lima Filho / Os Mutantes||Os Mutantes||2:26|
|13||Haiti Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso||Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso||4:20|
|14||Alegria, Alegria Caetano Veloso||Caetano Veloso||2:48|
CreditsRoque Carvalho - Composer
Gal Costa - Primary Artist
Arnolpho Lima Filho - Composer
Gilberto Gil - Composer, Primary Artist
Os Mutantes - Composer, Primary Artist
Caetano Veloso - Composer, Primary Artist