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Flora é M.P.M.

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Liste des titres

LP 1

1)

Morte de Um Deus de Sal (03:32) Flora Purim

2)

Cartão de Visita (02:47) Flora Purim

3)

Sabe Você (02:59) Flora Purim

4)

Definitivamente (01:29) Flora Purim

5)

Se Fosse Com Você (02:30) Flora Purim

6)

Maria Moita (02:34) Flora Purim

7)

Hava Nagila (02:17) Flora Purim

8)

Reza (02:24) Flora Purim

9)

Samba do Carioca (02:05) Flora Purim

10)

Primavera (01:49) Flora Purim

11)

Borandá (02:31) Flora Purim

12)

Nem O Mar Sabia (02:13) Flora Purim

13)

Preciso Aprender a Ser Só (03:13) Flora Purim

14)

Gente (02:06) Flora Purim

15)

Barquinho de Papel (02:31) Flora Purim

16)

Jeito Bom de Sofrer (02:51) Flora Purim

17)

Preciso Aprender a Ser Só (03:18) Flora Purim

18)

Gente (02:04) Flora Purim

Critique

In jazz circles, Flora Purim is best known for her fusion recordings of the '70s -- not only her work with the first edition of Chick Corea's Return to Forever, but also classic solo albums like Butterfly Dreams and Stories to Tell. However, Purim actually started recording in the '60s. This fascinating reissue, which RCA put out in Brazil in the early '00s, takes listeners back to the singer's early period. The material was recorded in 1964, when Purim was only 22 and was still eight years away from joining Return to Forever. At the time, the bossa nova craze was in full bloom in both the United States and Europe -- Stan Getz's work with Astrud and João Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim was doing well on the pop charts, which is impressive when you consider that jazz had lost so much ground commercially after World War II. But Flora é M.P.M. is hardly a carbon copy of the bossa nova that Getz, Jobim, and the Gilbertos were providing at the time. In 1964, Purim had her own thing going -- she didn't feel the need to emulate Astrud Gilberto or anyone else. The Brazilian jazz and pop (all of it in Portuguese) that one hears on this CD has a variety of influences, and they range from Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald to some of the post-bop that was coming out in 1964. Turning her attention to songs by Edú Lobo, Vinícius de Moraes, and other Brazilian composers, the young Purim shows considerable promise. Nonetheless, Purim still had some growing and developing to do in 1964, and her most essential work came in the '70s. Flora é M.P.M. is primarily for the singer's hardcore fans, who will no doubt be fascinated by these early recordings. [A version released in Japan in 2002 featured bonus tracks and alternate takes.] ~ Alex Henderson

Contributeurs

Artiste Flora Purim

Label Audio Clarity

Détails sur le produit

DUIN 22JOMC79G6B

GTIN 0889397107253

Date de publication 30.08.2019

Type de produit LP (Vinyl)

Nombre de pistes 18

16,24 €
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