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Baden Powell Images On Guitar 180g LP

Baden Powell

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SKU:
MPSLP9907
UPC:
4029759109907
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180 Gram Pressing!

Crowned with one of the most fanciful covers in the entire MPS catalog, this October 1971 Baden Powell recording heralded in the second trilogy of the six LPs he recorded for the label between 1966 and 1975. Fueled by his artistic partnership with writer-producer Joachim Ernst Berendt, Powell was without a doubt the most inventive Brazilian guitarist of the period.

On this album Powell and his new quartet sketch the sound tableaus that color the background for French singer Janine Waleyne. The singer had partnered with the likes of Stan Getz and Michel Legrand. For Powell she was an ideal counterpart to his guitar playing.

The journey begins with the sedate, almost somber samba "Até-Eu." With its wandering nocturnal melancholy "Violão Vagabundo" follows a similar musical path. There's a funky feel to the popular hit "Blues À Volonté." It also harbors one of the most brilliant scat choruses to be heard between Rio, Paris, and Baden-Baden. The theatrical finesse of "Images" ensures that virtuoso solo interludes shine between the vocal pieces. This is where we find the LP's other famous pieces - the classy "Petit Waltz" with its capricious, careening rhythms in the second section, and "Conversação Comigo Mesmo" (conversation with myself), a fantastic hybrid of choro and baroque with a percussive foundation. The unpretentious serenade "Sentimentos" presents Powell as a profound lyricist; and "É De Lei" is a tongue-in-cheek celebration of chromatics. With its intensive dialogue between rock-oriented improvisation and a magical sensuousness, "Canto" closes out this richly colored album.

Features

  • 180g Audiophile Vinyl LP
  • Audiophile Analogue Remastering
  • Liner Notes
  • Remastering Information
  • Picture of the Original Master Tape Box
  • Made at optimal media GmbH in Germany

Musicians

Alfredo Bessa atabeque/percussion
Janine de Waleyne vocals
Ernesto Gonsalves bass
Joaquim Henriques drums
Baden Powell guitar/vocals

Selections

Side A:

  1. Ate-Eu
  2. Petit Waltz
  3. Vioalo Vagabundo
  4. Conversacao Comigo Mesmo

Side B:

  1. Blues A Volonte
  2. Sentimentos
  3. E De Lei
  4. Canto

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