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Caetano Veloso

Caetano Veloso

1968

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Caetano Veloso

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Cet album bresilien me rapelle une anecdote vécue avec mon camarade d'écoute robinho, que je vais vous énoncer ci-dessous. Alors que nous entrions dans notre année de terminale, nous nous dirigions vers un bar bien réputé de l'agglomération bordelaise en une belle soirée de samedi soir. A peine le pas de la porte franchi, un chaudron de whisky nous était directement déposé dans les mains par le célèbre duo des Nicos. Jusque là rien d'anormal. Mais c'est alors qu'après quelques verres, rob commença, le nez un peu rouge, à me montrer une femme assise au bar. Il la trouvait magnifique, un qualificatif que je ne lui aurais pas trouvé, mais rob n'étant lui-même pas gâté par la nature, je compris rapidement que robinho devait s'attaquer à des femmes d'un standing inférieur. Soudain, rob se leva, et alla à la rencontre de la jeune femme. Ils se mirent à discuter un peu, quand tout d'un coup, le barman changea du tout au tout l'ambiance sonore, et lança une playlist de musique bresilienne. Rob devint alors tout bonnement intenable. Il laissa aller ses pas de danse, tentant d'impressionner la galerie. Ses Vans trouées frappait le sol, tandis que ses mains volaient de haut en bas. Etrangement, la cible féminine de rob était semble t'il assez impressionée, alors que le reste du bar n'osait regarder dans la direction de rob. Seulement, rob commit un erreur dans son processus de seduction. La vessie contractée par une danse si intense, il dut se rendre rapidement au toilettes, laissant la jeune femme seule. C'est la que j'entre en scène. Vous connaissez notre rivalité légendaire avec rob, et cette rivalité ne me permettait pas de le laisser rentrer accompagné ce soir. Je me levais donc, m'approchait de la jeune femme, et lui laissait un petit papier chiffoné dans la main, lui demandant de l'ouvrir à l'abri des regards indiscrets. La jeune femme s'exécuta, et quitta le bar en trombe avant que rob ne revienne de son arrêt au stand. Totalement abasourdi et déçu à son retour, rob préfera écourter la soirée et quitter lui aussi les lieux dans la foulée. Alors maintenant, vous vous demandez certainement ce que j'ai griffonné sur ce bout de papier pour inverser la situation de la sorte. Et bien cela se résume en quelques mots, cinq pour être précis: "Rob est fan des Crusaders"

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Robert Dimery, dont j'ai récemment intégré le cercle des amis proches et dont j'ambitionne à moyen terme de parasiter le cercle familial, nous sert depuis bientôt 170 jours une liste longue comme le cul, n'ayons pas peur des mots, de groupes de rock'n'roll. Mais voilà que de temps à autre, celui-ci nous propose des albums d'autres genres musicaux comme celui de ce baragouineur brésilien dont il a probablement découvert l'existence au moment de l'ajouter à sa liste. L'objectif de cette mascarade est évidemment diplomatique et politique. Vous trouverez la suite de mon argumentation sous le prochain album de Ray Charles.

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Maravilhoso, marcante e importantíssimo culturalmente na história do Brasil

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Groovy as hell! Not something I’d seek out on my own, glad to have listened!

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This was enjoyable. Although I did not understand what he was saying, I really liked this album. Some parts of this remind me of The Zombies' Oddesy and Oracle.

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Genre: Tropicália 4/5 Caetano Veloso, the album and the artist, serves as a wonderful introduction for the genre/Brazilian art movement, Tropicália. Brazilian musicians took their love of psychedelic rock, baroque pop, and leftist politics, and slammed it all into one. The end product is a beautiful pop rock sound, with ample space for experimentation. This album itself is clean as a whistle. Recordings outside of the US/UK generally mix their vocals much louder than the backing track, and that's certainly the case here. However, that doesn't take away from the quality of the arrangements, the groovy South American rhythmic influences, and Mr. Veloso's lovely singing voice. I don't understand a lick of Portugese, but that doesn't stop this from being a very enjoyable listening experience.

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Very cool album. Reminds me of Fela Kuti, because both musicians created fun, vibrant, energetic music which still had enough cultural clout to get them arrested by an oppressive regime. Veloso's sound is recognisably Brazilian (even to me who knows little about Brazil), but mixed with diverse strains of pop and psychedelia. It sounds fresh and crisp and lively, even when your average 1960s psych record now smells like mothballs. Vocals are effortlessly cool. The lyrics glide over me, since I don't understand a word of Portugese - but it's an enjoyable language to listen to. I've listened to this 4 or 5 times and have no complaints at all. 5*

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é bom mas gerou o jovem místico no brasil

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Joyful and colourful. Has some proto-ambient vibes in it's "sounds-of-the-rainforest" textures. Shades of some of my favourite sixties pop.

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Beautiful kitchen music. No better way to incorporate some love into your Bolognese than to do a little salsa dance while stirring.

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Easy listening, tropical meets 60s rock vibes. It could easily be used for movie soundtracks. Enjoyable and relaxing, even if I don’t fully understand Portuguese.

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Tropicalia was a Brazilian artistic movement that arose in the 1960s, characterized by the influences of both traditional and avant-garde music. This particular LP is one of the very first of this genre, and attempts the union of an eclectic assortment of instruments- imagine a psychedelic fuzz tone electric guitar, a pandeiro, and a French horn, with some whistles, rattles, and a church pipe organ thrown in for good measure- demonstrating the antropofagia, or ‘artistic cannibalism’ of the Tropicalia movement. As the vocals were all in Portuguese, I had to make use of a translation app, and to the best of my ability (and the apps) I believe Senor Veloso was mostly describing and celebrating Brazilian society, and even adding America to the fiesta on track number 10, ‘Soy Loco Por Ti, America (I’m crazy for you, America).’ Lyrically, Caetano is quite poetic. Tender, at times. Musically, however, it was a big mess, like a bowl of caruru. His vocals were ok, and some of the songs worked better than others: ‘Clarice,’ for example, was an interesting and clever composition, seemingly a successful attempt at antropofagia. Same with ‘Algeria, Algeria,’ the big hit of the LP, which Veloso compares to the Rolling Stones’ even bigger hit, ‘Satisfaction.’ I believe that the comparison was intended to be one of popularity and sales rather than sound. The aforementioned ‘Soy Loco Por Ti, America’ was the most traditional Brazilian sounding number, and was frankly a relief following the several before, like track number 6, ‘Anunciacao.’ I’m going to assume Veloso is a Catholic Christian, but ‘Anunciacao’ was most certainly not a reference to Mary and Jesus. I’m not entirely sure who or what he was referencing. The second to last track, ‘Ave Maria,’ actually was the ‘Ave Maria’ lyrics you know and love, but was unfortunately offered in an awful ‘praise and worship’ ala Brazil style. And for some bizarre reason, the vocals reminded me of the Cuban, Ricky Ricardo. I love Lucy. Ricky, not so much. The very last track, ‘Eles (They),’ began with a sitar, and badly played. The sitar is not just another stringed instrument but is considered among Indians to be used in worship and meditation. I’m giving the Beatles a pass because they’re my favorite band, as well as George Harrison’s love and appreciation for Ravi Shankar and all things Hindu. But most of the other 60s-70s classic rock bands unknowingly misused the sitar spirit when they worked it into their own compositions. And ‘Eles’ concluded with, again, some psychedelic guitar. P.S.A: The ingestion of hallucinogens before listening to Caetano Veloso would be ill advised. Then again, I was as sober as judge when I heard it and I still had a bit of a bummer trip. It took an extended thirty minute live jam of the Grateful Dead’s ‘Dark Star’ to get back to a nice head space. Well, at least Caetano got the LP cover art right. If that ain’t the 1960s I don’t know what is. In closing, I wonder: is artistic cannibalism a sustainable art form? Ultimately, wouldn’t it end with one bloated figure- like the Monty Python sketch where the waiter pleads with the morbidly obese gentleman to finish his meal with just one thin dinner mint? Spoiler alert: He explodes all over the restaurant. One of most disgustingly funniest things I have ever seen. For me, Caetano Veloso, was one thin dinner mint that I do not with wish to partake again. Obrigado Deus, I still seem to be intact. En nao gosto disso.

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Encantado de que la máquina me haya hecho escucharlo.

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- elements of bossa nova which I really enjoy - psychedelic rock opener - traditional instruments/drums

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Excelente como siempre

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mr veloso....slay!

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Bao

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I was really into this today

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Idk what he's saying but I like it

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enjoyed it

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Álbum com letras e instrumental muito interessante. Descoberta de música brasileira do ano, junto com Jorge Ben

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Hinsichtlich der Liste stellt sich ja bei mir eine gewisse Desillusion ein, und dann kommt - sowas! DAS sollte man wirklich vor seinem Ableben gehört haben.

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This one was pretty good.

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Cool album. Very of its time 60s vibe. Also really interesting back story, seems culturally important

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It's a nice beginning for the Tropicália movement, although I'm not a fan of all the songs included in the album

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Nice but of tropicala I never knew about

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A really pleasant and wonderful little album. 8.0/10

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Some nice sounds

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This was absolutely a pleasant surprise. Much obliged for having it on the list.

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Fantastic tropicalia. Love it.

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Nice Latin music. Good for chilling.

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Maybe the best cover art in history? Guy looks like a serial murderer but his music is lovely.

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Really good 60s vibe

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pleasant listening

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Wonderful mix of bossa nova and 1970s pop. Amazing this album was only at the start of his career!

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Actually very enjoyable, will give this artist/genre more listens. It seems like 90% of the list is north american/western european music but whenever we get something different (African/South American etc) its excellent. Some more cultural variety would probably have benefitted this list

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Fun Brazilian "tropical" music. Pretty good stuff.

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Nice addition to listen to

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7/10. I liked this, didn't blow my mind or anything though.

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Really groovy. Not too long, would definitely relisten. Strong 8

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8/10

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Un clàssic del tropicalisme, el disc que ho va encetar. No és de fàcil escolta, ritmes complexes i arranjaments barrocs amb un munt d'instrumentació fent laberints sonors en cançons poc habituals a l'època. És un disc històric, però, digne del seu estatus

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very fun. portuguese is such a beautiful language.

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Not necessarily for me but hard to disagree that it's good

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Quite like it. Fancy bands with a lot of instruments or a lot of tech in composing music an go pretty far these days but a classic one man and a microphone still do quite well in my book, regardless the language.

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esse é um clássico caso do "dá p separar o artista da obra?" f

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good brazilian stuff!

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The lyrics are the result of a request by Caetano to his companions Gil and Capinam to make a composition containing a tribute to Che Guevara who, as the country was still living under the dictatorship, had his name replaced also at Caetano's suggestion, by the phrase "el nombre del hombre muerto"; Caetano also points out that, even without being aware of it, they wrote the lyrics in Portuguese, already enshrining in the title an error that became patent when singer Celia Cruz (who initially refused to record the song when she learned that it was honoring the former Argentine guerrilla) when he came to Brazil he changed the expression to the correct form: "Estoy loco por ti America".[1] The artist declared: "Capinam has made a wonderful thing out of a wish of mine".[1] It is one of the most representative songs of Tropicalismo.[2]

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Surprisingly fun

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This album was surprising. I was expecting more straight bossa nova, but this album expertly incorporates aspects of Brazilian music into mor popular western forms to create something lush, beautiful, and something that knows exactly what it is. I read that Caetano Veloso thought this album was poorly executed, but I strongly disagree.

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Though I prefer the more manic and experimental Os Mutantes when it comes to Tropicalia, I am sucker for nearly any 60s psychedelia - especially when it incorporates so many influences. Giro.

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Didn't understand a word of the lyrics, but it didn't terribly bother me. The vibe of the various tracks are diverse, and combined with the short playtime, makes sure that it doesn't bore you at any time.

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Very enjoyable, fun and upbeat, "Superbacana" and "Soy Loco Por Ti America" struck me the most!

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Not bad

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Don't know at all Caetano Veloso... Top track: Soy Loco Por Tí, América

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en fuego

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Funky.

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This was a perfectly pleasant listen, but without knowing any Portuguese it kinda slid off my consciousness without making too much of a mark. Fave track "Tropicalia" - though that just might be because I was paying attention to track one before going back to working and letting it play in the background ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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You never realize internet song translation is a semi-organized inexact science until you're looking translations up for a non-English language album. "Alegria, Alegria" has some spirit to it. Superbacana starts to pick up and immediately ends. Soy Loco Por Ti America touches interestingly on the conditions of an unstable Brazil in the 60s (I think). 5/10

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Sounds like psychedelic version of music my grandma would listen to

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me like psychedelic me no like latin music

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Fun, experimental, and revolutionary sound, suffers from the inability to understand due to a large portion of it being in Portuguese.

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Brazilian pop music. Catchy!

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Pleasant and interesting, but not something a that’s gonna really draw me back anytime soon

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Three days since I listened to this and too much has happened for me to say anything other than it was fun and nothing like the Landfill Psychedelia album art suggested. That's all I've got.

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It was nice, not for me. All in Spanish, but sets the groundwork for a lot of Latin artists to come

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Eh bien, j'ai été très agréablement surprise par cet album. Je suis partie avec un a priori sur la Bossa Nova du à ma précédente expérience peu concluante avec Astrud Gilberto. Bon ça reste un genre dont je ne suis pas particulièrement fan car un peu redondant mais honnêtement, j'ai pas mal kiffé certains titres qui avaient des sonorités particulières et entrainantes. En tout cas cet album m'encourage à continuer cette expérience musicale qui m'invite à m'ouvrir à de nouveaux genres musicaux et artistes. Pour finir j'ai presque envie de dire, il ne faut pas juger un livre à sa couverture, mais en fait la pochette était très cool ! ;)

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Trippy rock-centric music from Brazil. This psychedelic rock album was created during an artistic movement period in 1960's Brazil, which gives it a unique sound. Although I have no idea what the lyrics are - because I don't speak Portuguese - I can still appreciate the vibe of the music.

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This grew and grew on me. A real smorgasbord of sound. Not quite enough to fully hook me in but I’ll give it another look for sure.

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Sound was good, even if I don't (unfortunately) speak the language.

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Pretty fun album. I’d love to see the makings of with all the orchestral pieces

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No full source

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Enjoyable, glad I was introduced to it, but I have a sneaky suspicion I'll never listen to it again on purpose. Pleasant enough and probably just not my overall cup of tea. Deserves to be on the 1,001 albums list for certain.

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This was alright but seems like ‘pop Brazilian music’

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psychedlic soft rock brazilian jazz. reminds me of grainy film montages from old movies

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Hmmm... it gets me in the mood for a holiday

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I know very little in this genre so it’s a bit hard to rate. Sounds like Brazilian lounge music. It’s enjoyable.

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Het Portugees is wel een taal die mooi op muziek staat. De zomerse, Braziliaanse klanken waren wel oké. Maar geen supergoed album

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Mellow, Interesting. Cool vibe

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6.5/10 v good

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I get why it's on the list, but it didn't really grab me. Best track: Alegria, Alegria

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This is just okay? I dunno, usually I dig fusions of psychedelic and other country's music, but this one fell a little flat for me.

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Nice to hear some Sinatra sequel music from Brazil, interesting to listen to it and it's influences

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No my favorite type of music. But objectively not bad!

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Interesting

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This didn't sound like anything special to me. 6/10

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J'aime la musique. Mais un peu plus explose que je pensais 3.75

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A nice surprise

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It's was fine

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6/10 F.t.: Eles

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Interesting international album. Enjoyed.

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1960s pop meets Brazil. I found the story behind this to be interesting - the Brazilian government felt so threatened by this music that the singer was arrested and exiled? Crazy.

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2022.01.04

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Of the "not qualified to judge this because it represents a culture of which I am ignorant" genre - this is one of my favorites so far. It's simple. It's happy. Didn't hate it on a Monday morning.

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Never heard of Caetano Veloso before, but I recently (in the past couple years) learned about the Tropicalia genre. It's great. I learned about it when I got into a band called Chcano Batman. Of course there isn't a way for this [points to self] dumb American to relate to the lyrics. But this record, like the others I've heard in the genre, is a really nice blend of singer/songwriter, psychedelia, and pop. All good things. And, from what I know, the tropicalia movement was a fusion of art and revolutionary politics, so that's not half bad either. The standouts on the record are the horns and percussion.

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IDK....

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appreciated it but very forgettable

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Fun little collection of tropicalismo music with some toe tapping tracks. Great voice and use of mixed tempos and keys.

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Brazilian 60s pop. Not bad really.

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Varmaan aikaansa edellä aikanaan mutta mun plebeiji-korvat ei räjähtäneet irti. Mikäs siinä, mukava soundi kyllä. 3/5.

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Hmmh, tätä on ennenkin yritetty. Tykkään tosi paljon tunnelmasta, kuten melkein kaikessa latinomusassa ja sitä bossan vetovoimaa tässäkin on. Mut sit tää on paikoin jotenkin vähän liian vaikeeta, vaikka yllätyksellisyys on kyl kivaa. Jos ymmärtäis sanat, vois salee aueta paremmin. On siellä pari suoraviivaisempaakin biisiä, kuten Soy Loco ja niitä fiilaan kovasti.

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Jessus miten vihasen näkönen kurppa kannessa! Mut siis hei täähän oli todella raikasta. Kiva kuunnella jotain muutakin kun perus US- ja UK-poprockii. Hyvää psykekurkoiluu ja tribaliajoo. 3/5 tykkäsin!

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I am not familiar with CAETANO VELOSO and his debut solo album CAETANO VELOSO, because I’m not been exposed to Brazilian music. After listening to CAETANO VELOSO, this album is pleasant to listen to, but it is difficult to judge a foreign language album where one does not understand that is being said. The reviewer can only judge the beauty of the music and how the vocals flow and hopefully, one can get the gist of what is being expressed. I can appreciate the Gaelic beauty of songs from CLANNAD, in 1001 Albums, I was previously exposed to South African MIRIAM MAKEBA, where I had the same problem trying to evaluate a foreign language album (at least, MIRIAM MAKEBA had some English songs which I could evaluate along with the foreign language songs) In 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, CAETANO VELOSO - CAETANO VELOSO, is the only album listed. Rate Artist: CAETANO VELOSO (3.0) Rate Album (Year): CAETANO VELOSO (Brazil 1968 Original) (3.5) Ranking of CAETANO VELOSO - CAETANO VELOSO songs No. Title Length Ranking 1. "Tropicália" 3:40 08.0/10 2. "Clarice" 5:31 07.0/10 3. "No Dia em que Eu Vim-Me Embora" 2:26 09.0/10 4. "Alegria, Alegria" 2:43 08.0/10 5. "Onde Andarás?" 1:55 07.0/10 6. "Anunciação" 2:01 07.0/10 7. "Superbacana" 1:28 09.0/10 8. "Paisagem Útil" 2:35 05.0/10 9. "Clara (feat. Gal Costa)" 2:43 05.0/10 10. "Soy loco por ti, América" 3:40 10.0/10 11. "Ave-Maria" 2:06 09.0/10 12. "Eles" 4:40 07.0/10 Brazil 1968 Original Release 91.0/120 = 7.58 / 2 = 3.79

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I guess I'm glad I listened to this one but it really didn't do anything for me.

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Audição precisa. Reconheci alguns sucessos.

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Breath of fresh air. I should really listen to Brazilian music more.

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For me this is quite fun mood music which is probably doing it a big injustice but it’s Jody not my type of thing. Pleasant enough and exotic sounding. But I can’t get excited about it.

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No clever quips about this album, the album is straightforward and dare it be said 'beautiful'. The energy associated with Brazil and the scene that is the Carnevale is rather subdued brought into a more a personal light, and that is a good thing here. Vocals are smooth and seemingly disciplined, as well as the jazzy arrangements that still invoke the spirit of the Copacabana-craze just without the noise.

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Very upbeat, sonically a bit different from what I would typically enjoy. The listen-through went by without too much thought, but it wasn't bad.

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Tym razem wylosowalo cos z egzotyki, bo debiutancki material pana Caetano Veloso z 68, ktorego gatunkowo wiki okresla jako tropicália, czyli blend tego do w ameryce poludniowej orginalnie sie gralo i proba stworzenia z tego czegos rokowego, bo najblizej do klasycznych gatunkow, to plyta stoi obok psychodelicznego rockowania, bo co jak co nawet nie rozumiejac liryki tworzy ona cos psychodelicznego glownie za sprawa subtelnych wokali pana Caetano, ktory wedlug tego co mowi wiki musi byc gruba ryba brazny muzycznej w brazylii, sadzac po ilosci wydanych albumow i odslychow spotifajowych nadal jest on popularny, wiec jego muzyka musiala sie dobrze zestarzec, skoro tez sie pojawila na liscie, ale jak to bywa z obskurnymi egzotycznymi pickami materialow zrodlowych ktorymi moznaby sie posilic jak na lekarstwo, wiec trzeba zdac sie na swoje uszaki co jest grane instrumentalnie poza klasycznymi rokowymi instrumentalami, z ktorych najbardziej zaskoczyly organy chyba moogowe z hitowego utworu alegria, alegria, to czuc jeszcze muzyke ameryki poludnioiwej wiec duzo trabienia, smyczkowych akcentow i pewnie x instrumentow o wiele bardziej orginalnych, ktore ciezko wymienic nawet po angielsku, co do samego albumu, to czuc w nim debiutancki epek, bo zaledwie 34 minuty materialu na 12 utworach, wiec jest miejsce na zaprezentowanie roznych stron tropicaliany, ktora jak dla mnie bedzie charakteryzowala zmiana tempa pomiedzy kolejnymi piosenkami, ktore potrafia przechodzic pomiedzy tymi taktami klasycznych gatunkow tanczonych na salonach, bo tak brzmia niektore instrumentale, jak soundtraki gangsterskich filmow, czego przykladem jest chocby onde andras, wiec nawet pomimo tego ze liryczna czesc plyty pozostanie dla mnie zagadka, to sluchalo sie tego przyjemnie i naprawde swiezo, bo takiego polaczenia wokalno instrumentalnego jeszcze na liscie nie bylo, wiec jestem nawet w stanie wybaczyc techniczne niedoskonalosci nagrania, bo czuc budzetowosc nagrania, nawet jesli bylo pewnie remasterowanie x razy skoro pan Veloso taka kariere zrobil rozpoczynajac tym krazkiem, na plejke dodam openingowy utwor tropicália

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Nice, but a little repetitive after the 3rd aong

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Given the write up on allmusic.com which promised a progressive marriage between Brazilian pop music and the psychedelic sounds that were taking north america and great britain by storm at the time. I believe I read something along the lines of a "Brazilian Sgt. Pepper's" But what I mostly got was a pretty standard Bossa Nova pop album that was a staple of the jazz scene at the time. I was expecting a psychedelic trip along the lines that Os Mutantes offers. There are some good, listeneable tunes here and the album closer; Eles does have a nice sitar intro , pulsating bass guitar and some cool psychedelic organ flourishes and interesting guitar. Overall not a bad album just not the experience I was hoping for. 3 stars

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Solid album. The music is Interesting, and the artist is talented. This was my first time listening to Caetano.

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Not my language, not my style.

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Tropicalia, samba, harmonisk

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Mye av det samme

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Prima latin album, maar niet heel bijzonder

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Love the album cover, but the music not so much. It's pleasant enough, but a bit easy listening-ish. 2 stars.

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Pensando que esta lista de 1001 discos era muy anglocentrista y me sorprende con Caetano Veloso. La verdad es que aparte de "Soy loco por tí América" me ha parecido bastante aburrido aunque en 1967 seguramente fue una novedad interesante.

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4

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quite nice, completely forgettable. meh. 2

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2

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Not as great as some of the other latin stuff ice gotten.

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pretty bad

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Eh.

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Not my music at all, defintly wont be listening again in

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Brazillian bond themes. Not altogether interesting, a bit all over the shop.

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2.1

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Not my cup of tea. I might give it another to see if I'm missing something. As it is its 2 🌟 well see if in time that goes up

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Inoffensive middle of the road music if you were looking for something to put on to build the mood.

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Didn't listen to all of it. Fairly easy listening

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A cool eve sonata, pretty relaxing.

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No hablo engles

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not even exotic vibes can save this

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Decent background album.

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Psychedelic tropicalia. Not bad, just not particularly interesting. Best Tracks: Tropicalia; Clarice; Soy Loco Por Ti America

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This album is pleasant enough due to its “tropicalismo” musical instrumentation. However, the arrangements are disjointed at times and of course, I don’t know Portuguese. So I would rather listen to something else.

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Is this Brazilian lounge music? I don't really know what lounge music is, but it might be this? This list has a well-observed bias for American and UK rock music. There is occasional token representation from the rest of the world - sometimes the selections fit as an influential example of the evolution of musical styles and fusions. But why is this relatively boring Brazilian album from 1968 such a must listen in music history? The finale, "Eles," was the only song that was interesting. And then it was thankfully over.

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Not bad

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This feels like the follow up to Murph and the Musicians playing the Holiday Inn in the Blues Brothers. Just didn't hook me with anything...

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alla terza canzone voglio infilarmi dei bastoncini fino in fondo alle recchie

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I don't know man, I don't have the energy to sit down and translate lyrics. Fine musically but I can't fully appreciate this album

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5/10

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2/5 nothing special

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Kinda interesting, but mostly pretty forgettable.

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Brazil the "tropical paradise", revolutionized by the "tropicália" movement. Combining the traditional and the popular, as well as the foreign and the local, the mentioned movement changed the culture and even the politics of Brazil. One person deserves respect for igniting such movement: Caetano Veloso. Did his self-titled album captured at least the beginning of this movement? Perhaps. But I don't get it. Chill vibes, psychedelic bossa nova, decent voice... it didn't clicked with me. Maybe a couple of lessons in Portuguese and Brazilian history might help. Still, I appreciate it. I didn't enjoy it, but I respect it

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I'm probably being too harsh on this album, but it did nothing for me.

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Le lien vers Tidal ne mène pas au bon album. Ça m’a pris un moment le réaliser et je n’aimais vraiment pas mon écoute puisque je me retrouvais sur un album live. Après avoir réalisé l’erreur et trouvé le bon album, l’écoute était beaucoup plus agréable. On se retrouve avec un rock psychédélique comme il s’en faisait à cette époque, mais la touche Brézilienne amène une couleur intéressante. Pas un coup de cœur, mais content de l’avoir écouté.

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2/5 It's good.

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was ok, nothing amazing but not offensive to my ears either

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Jazzy though a bit samey.

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An ok listen, but the nuances of this perhaps passed me.

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Contrasting opinions on this- I like the genre but this album veers wildly from chaotic tunes to steady almost enjoyable Brazilian beat pieces It seems like the Milton Nascimento album- there are so many other better albums out there but the '1001 album' judges just choose the first album by an influencial band and stick with it?

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Ok - a bit 60s psychedelic. Pleasant singing. I'm not won over.

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samba samba

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No fue de mi agrado, no lo comprendo

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61 Caetano Veloso 12 tracks. My hatred for people who are too fucking lazy to come up with a fucking name for their fucking album grows & grows with each new 1 found and this bloke is the current recipient of my ire. Even fucking Ed Sheeran names his fucking albums ffs! 1/5

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Didn't enjoy.

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Душевно, романтично, хорошо!

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