Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Antonio Carlos & Jocafi - Mudei De Idéia

Year : 1971
Label : RCA
Genre : Latin, MPB
Style : Psychedelic Rock, Samba, Funk/Soul

Fantastic debut album of the brazilian duet formed in 1969 by Antônio Carlos Marques Pinto (Antonio Carlos) and José Carlos Figueiredo (Jocafi) including heavy grooves, fuzz guitar and samba beats, featuring arranger Rogerio Duprat and jazz guitarist Lanny Gordin (Gal Costa, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil...). Antonio Carlos & Jocafi is one of the most famous Brazilian writing duo who worked for Wilson Simonal, Trio Mocotó, Milton Banana or Toquinho. From 1971 to 1996, they have recorded 13 albums, composed many soundtracks for brazilian telenovelas during the seventies, and other popular songs as "Vocé Abusou" or "Kabaluerê" (sampled by brazilian rapper Marcelo D2 on "Qual é?" in 2002). "Vocé Abusou" was a big success when it was sung by Maria Creuza and in France, with its cover "Fais Comme l'Oiseau" by Michel Fugain & Le Big Bazar released in 1972. Titles include also psychedelic rock songs in accordance with the Tropicalià movement (Se Quiser Valer, Quem Vem Lá...), samba (Conceição Da Praia, Morte Do Amor...) and beautiful pop ballads (Hipnose, Bonita).

01. Você Abusou
02. Se Quiser Valer
03. Kabaluerê
04. Conceição Da Praia
05. Hipnose
06. Mudei De Idéia
07. Quem Vem Lá
08. Nord West
09. Morte Do Amor
10. Deus O Salve
11. Dalena
12. Bonita


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