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Live At The Blue Note

Tania Maria (タニア マリア )

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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2114
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2002
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CD
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Antonio Carlos Werneck(Guitar (Bass)),  Luiz Augusto Cavani(Drums),  Mestre Carneiro(Percussion),  Tania Maria(Piano),  Tania Maria(Synthesizer),  Tania Maria(Vocals),  Eric Kressmann(Producer),  Tania Maria(Arranger),  Tania Maria(Producer),  Tom Swift(Engineer),  Eric Kressmann(Executive Producer),  Mark Holston(Liner Notes),  Tom Swift(Editing),  Tom Swift(Mastering),  Tom Swift(Mixing),  Valerie Whitesell(Production Coordination)

商品説明

Most albums by Brazilian female vocalists follow the styles of the queens of the music, like Astrud Gilberto or Gal Costa, making records that are either smoothly romantic or rhythmically kinetic. On 2002's Live at the Blue Note, Tania Maria delivers an impressive set that owes little to either style. Maria's band, the Viva Brazil Quartet, owes at least as much to hard boppers like the early-'60s Miles Davis group as it does to Antonio Carlos Jobim, and Maria's idiosyncratic, highly percussive keyboard style is much more Cecil Taylor than Walter Wanderley. The recording is rather oddly mixed, with Maria's piano and synthesizer in the forefront, her equally distinctive vocals much farther back, and Carlos Werneck's guitar and bass sometimes barely audible, but the performances are uniformly first-rate. Maria sings in both English and Portuguese, sometimes switching mid-song, but at her most transcendent, Maria breaks into wordless flights of sound, as on the exhilarating Granada and the whistled choruses of the ballad Valen. At these moments, the occasionally herky-jerky rhythms and fractured melodies coalesce into something magical. Live at the Blue Note may be a bit advanced for those who are just looking for some romantic bossa nova music, but it's an excellent starting point for discovering Tania Maria. ~ Stewart Mason, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Funky Tamborim (08:11)
  • 02. Quase (06:43)
  • 03. Granada (07:25)
  • 04. Bom Bom Bom Tchi Tchi Tchi (09:31)
  • 05. Valeu (09:20)
  • 06. E Carnaval (06:51)
  • 07. Florzinha (07:07)
  • 08. Minha Mae And Sangria (06:08)

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Tania Maria

Brazilian jazz vocalist and pianist Tania Maria's career has spanned over three decades, starting when she was just 13 and she fronted a band of professional musicians organized by her father, who was a metal worker and gifted amateur musician. He had encouraged her to study piano so that she could accompany him on his weekend jam sessions, but her musical talent grew beyond those small performanc

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