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Tom Zé - Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition mp3 download Performer: Tom Zé
Album: Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition
Country: Brazil
Released: 1992
Style: Bossanova, Avantgarde, Experimental
Size MP3: 1734 mb.
Size FLAC: 1407 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 249
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This is Tom Zé's first studio album on Luaka Bop and is the 1992 follow-up to his previous compilation released on the same label, Brazil Classics, Vol 4. "Jingle do Disco" features David Byrne on vocals. Ogodô, Ano 2000" – 3:57. Sem a Letra A " – 3:00. Feira de Santana" – 2:53. Sofro de Juventude" – 3:15. O Amor é Velho-Menina – 3:08.

This 1992 album by Tom Zé was already produced by Luaka Bop, David Byrne's label, after his discovery by Byrne when he was almost dropping everything to return to his hometown to work in a gas station. I don't make art, I make spoken and sung journalism. This self-coined definition by Tom Zé helps listeners understand his music.

Tom ze - vol. 5: brazil classics: HIPS of tradition (gatefold/download) - vinyl. Vinyl (April 8, 2014). While the political point of view doesn’t get in the way of the music, it does mean that the lyrics are heavier on rhetoric than poesy. Hips is just fun. But both albums are interesting, enjoyable, and deeply musical. Pop music with self-made instruments, references to modern erudite music, and strong reminiscences of ancient northeastern cantigas de cego and other grooves. Tom Ze. Titel: Brazil Classics 5: The Hips Of Tradition.

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Tom Zé (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born Antônio José Santana Martins, 11 October 1936 in Irará, Bahia, Brazil) is a songwriter, t, and composer who was influential in the Tropicália movement of 1960s Brazil. After the peak of the Tropicália period, Zé went into relative obscurity: it was only in the 1990s, when the musician and label head David Byrne discovered an album recorded by Zé many years earlier, that he returned to performing and releasing new material.

But if he'd been brought up Anglophone his lyrics would reach for the sky and never get out of the library, and his atonal songcraft wouldn't be so staccato yet grooveful, so acrid yet sweet-in just the right proportions for us, but maybe not for Brazil, where it took none other than David Byrne to rescue him from avant-obscurity. I couldn't swear that the fractured synthesis of sentiment and sarcasm these mementos of his down time convey in translation is any more viable, here or there, than the triumphant fusions of his .

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Ogodô, Ano 2000
Bass [Additional Bass] – Greg CohenLyrics By [English Lyrics By] – Julio FischerWritten-By – Tom Zé
3:57
2 Sem a Letra "A"
Bass [Additional Bass] – Greg CohenPercussion [Additional Percussion] – Cyro BaptistaSlide Guitar [Additional Bottleneck Electric], Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic] – David ByrneWritten-By – Elifas Andreato, Tom Zé
3:00
3 Feira de Santana
Written-By – Tom Zé
2:53
4 Sofro de Juventude
Lyrics By – Tom ZéMusic By – Eder Sandoli
3:15
5 Cortina 1
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
1:06
6 Tai
Written-By – Joubert De Carvalho
1:05
7 Iracema
Written-By – Adoniran Barbosa
1:44
8 Fliperama
Written-By – Tom Zé
3:04
9 O Amor é Velho-Menina
Percussion [Additional Percussion] – Cyro BaptistaWritten-By – Tom Zé
3:08
10 Cortina 2
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
0:25
11 Tatuarambá
Electric Guitar [Additional] – Arto LindsayLyrics By [English Lyrics By] – Julio FischerWritten-By – Tom Zé
2:58
12 Jingle do Disco
Lyrics By [English Lyrics By] – Julio FischerVocals [Additional Vocals] – David ByrneWritten-By – Tom Zé
1:06
13 Lua-Gira-Sol
Written-By – Tom Zé
2:32
14 Cortina 3
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
1:04
15 Multiplicar-se Única
Written-By – Tom Zé
1:45
16 Cortina 4
Written-By – Arto Lindsay, Cyro Baptista, Dougie Bowne, Tom Zé
0:44
17 O Pão Nosso de Cada Mês
Written-By – Tom Zé
2:45
18 Amar
Written-By – Tom Zé
3:16

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – In Sonoris Causa Studios
  • Recorded At – Shelter Island Sound
  • Mixed At – In Sonoris Causa Studios
  • Remixed At – Shelter Island Sound
  • Designed At – Eric Baker Design Associates, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor [Conducted By], Lead Vocals – Tom Zé
  • Artwork [Cover Art] – Tom Rubnitz
  • Backing Vocals – Edy Oliveira, Marle Oliveira
  • Bass, Handclaps – Gilberto Assis
  • Coordinator – Alan Harris
  • Design – Eric Baker
  • Drums, Cowbell, Handclaps, Pandeiro, Percussion [Bottles], Recorded By [With Assistance By] – Lauro Léllis
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm & Lead], Mandolin, Percussion [Bottles], Handclaps – Eder Sandoli
  • Engineer [Additional Recording And Remixing Engineered By] – Patrick Dillett
  • Executive-Producer – David Byrne, Yale Evelev
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Handclaps, Backing Vocals – Ronaldo de Carvalho
  • Mastered By – Scott Hull
  • Other [Artistic Consultants] – Charles Furlan, Milton Belmudes, Roberto Maia
  • Photography By – Westlight / Backgrounds
  • Photography By [Photo Of Tom Zé] – Janet Atkinson
  • Producer [Additional Production], Mixed By [Additional Mixing] – Arto Lindsay
  • Producer, Recorded By [With Assistance By] – Roberto Lazzarine
  • Recorded By – Grassman , Leandro Oliveira, Marco Beato Paulo
  • Recorded By [With Assistance By] – Marco Beato*
  • Translated By – Arto Lindsay, Julio Fischer
  • Triangle, Shaker, Reco-reco, Handclaps, Mandolin, Berimbau, Backing Vocals – Jarbas Mariz

Notes

Recorded and Mixed at In Sonoris Causa Studios, São Paulo, Brazil.
Additional Recording and Remixing at Shelter Island Sound, NYC.
Mastered at Masterdisk.

Drawings in Booklet courtesy of Redstone Press.

Booklet cover art & inner tray spine also mentions this release as "Brazil 5 The Return Of Tom Zé".

from liner notes -

"Dedicated to Jackson do Pandeiro, backbone of the Brazillian Northeast".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 093624511823

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
945118-2 Tom Zé The Hips Of Tradition - Brazil 5: The Return Of Tom Zé ‎(CD, Album) Luaka Bop, Warner Bros. Records 945118-2 Brazil 1992
6 80899 0011-1-3 Tom Zé The Hips Of Tradition - Brazil 5: The Return Of Tom Zé ‎(LP, RE) Luaka Bop 6 80899 0011-1-3 US 2014
9362-45118-2 Tom Zé The Hips Of Tradition - Brazil 5: The Return Of Tom Zé ‎(CD, Album) Luaka Bop, Warner Bros. Records Inc. 9362-45118-2 Europe 1992
7 24384 98192 1 Tom Zé The Hips Of Tradition - Brazil 5: The Return Of Tom Zé ‎(CD, Album) Luaka Bop, Yerba Buena, Virgin 7 24384 98192 1 Europe 1992
4-45118 Tom Zé The Hips Of Tradition - Brazil 5: The Return Of Tom Zé ‎(Cass, Album) Warner Bros. Records Inc. 4-45118 US 1992