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Global Village Friday w/ DJ Delphinus sitting in for Sergio.
January 2nd, 2009 Playlist .... HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Time - Artist - Track - Album - Label - Release Date
10:00 - Soul Bossa Trio - Poochie - Soul Bossa Trio - Ubiquity / 1995
10:04 - Soul Bossa Trio - Tin Tin Deo - Soul Bossa Trio - Ubiquity / 1995
10:08 - Soul Bossa Trio - Call me Mr. Vibes - Soul Bossa Trio - Ubiquity / 1995
10:14 - Felipe Venacio - Convite para vida (Domestic House edit) - City of God (soundtrack) REMIXED Vol.2 - Run Recordings / 2004
10:19 - Ramilson Maia - Malandragen (edit) - City of God (soundtrack) REMIXED Vol.2 - Run Recordings / 2004
10:24 - Mamelo Sound System - Chape citade 2 pra 1 - City of God (soundtrack) REMIXED Vol.1 - Lakeshore / 2003
10:28 - Suba - Sun before dawn - Sao Paolo Sessions - Six Degrees / 2000
10:34 - Joao Donato - Cala boca menino - The Brazilian Funk Experience - Nascente / 2006
10:35 - Brazil Sound System - Bonito - Nova - Belezza / 2007
10:39 - Betafish - So me - Betafish presents BAR RIO - iTunes / 2007
10:45 - Luiz Bonfa - Sambolero - Blindness (soundtrack) - Decca / 2007
10:50 - Seu Jorge - Rock n' roll suicide - The life aquatic studio sessions - Hollywood Records / 2004
10:53 - Seu Jorge - Life on Mars? - The life aquatic studio sessions - Hollywood Records / 2004
11:01 - Caetano Veloso - Michelangelo Antonioni - Noites de Norte - Universal Music Brasil / 2000
11:04 - Stan Getz w/ Michel Legrand Orchestra - Outhouse blues - [Jazz in Paris] Communications '72 - Univesral Music France / 2000
11:09 - Moraes & Bethania & Toquinho - Testamento - Vinicius de Moraes en "la fusa" - Troca / 1989
11:13 - Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - Doralice - Getz / Gilberto - Verve / 1964
11:15 - Astrud Gilberto - Canto de Ossanha - Astrud Gilberto's Finest Hour - Verve / 2001
11:18 - Bebel Gilberto - Anganju - Bebel Gilberto - Six Degrees / 2004
11:22 - Bebel Gilberto - Tanto Tiempo remixed by Peter Kruder - Tanto Tiempo Remixes - Six Degrees / 2001
11:28 - 11:42 - Mini interview w/ BRAND NEW BAG ***
11:42 - DJ Marky - So tinha que ser com voce (original lounge mix) - The Brazilian Job - Street Beat / 2002
11:48 - Calm - People from the sun and the earth (MKL vs. Soy Sos Dark Sun mix) - Bossa Mundo: when Brasil meets the world - Wave Ent. / 1999
BAND: "Brand New Bag" (DJ Sallada, Rodney D'Assis & Gibi Bahia)
STYLE: Brazilian Electro Percussion
WHEN: every Friday in January 2009 @ 10 PM (TONIGHT ONLY Opening act = Greg Haptor)
WHERE: Santa Monica Bar & Grill
3321 Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90405
Special Event Multi Media Show - Live Music -
BRAZIL'S TROPICALIA DARING DAYS - Saturday, January 24, 2009, 7:30 p.m.Broad Stages
This event is FREE but reservation is advised. For RSVP call:
Saturday, January 24, 2009, 7:30 p.m.Multi Media Musical Performance: Brazil’s Tropicalia – Daring Days – Broad Stages located at 1310 11th Street Santa Monica, CA 90401. – A Free concert - The Brazilian musicians Caetono Veloso and Gilberto Gil are world famous, but the Tropicalia movement they helped found is less clearly understood. The term "Tropicalia" was actually coined by a visual artist, Hélio Oiticica (whose work is featured in Beyond Geometry), and the movement embraced poetry, the visual arts, and music. The music, with both traditional and electronic instrumentation, and a mixture of Bahian and rock-and-roll rhythms, was not only a radical departure from traditional Brazilian music, but the movement as a whole was launched in opposition to Brazil's military dictatorship of the era.
Although Tropicalia lasted only a short time before its leaders were forced into exile, its repercussions are still felt in Brazilian and world music today. At Broas Stages, the experience of Tropicalismo will be created through vintage recordings of Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, and Os Mutantes, combined with visuals and simultaneous live performance featuring outstanding local musicians in a demonstration that Tropicalia is not just a historical art form, but a living one as well. Concept and direction by Sergio Mielniczenko, host of "Global Village," KPFK-LA, and "Brazilian Hour," KXLU-LA.
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