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Cinema Mudo
Cinema Mudo
Cinema Mudo
(Portuguese for Silent Film) is the debut album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso
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Album
An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, then from 1948 as vinyl LP records played at ​33 1⁄3 rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st-century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc (CD) and MP3
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formats. However, vinyl sales have been on the rise in recent years.[1] The audio cassette was a format used alongside vinyl from the 1970s into the first decade of the 2000s. An album may be recorded in a recording studio (fixed or mobile), in a concert venue, at home, in the field, or a mix of places. The time frame for completely recording an album varies between a few hours and several years. This process usually requires several takes with different parts recorded separately, and then brought or "mixed" together
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Brasil Afora
Brasil Afora (All Over Brazil) is the twelfth album by brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso. The first single of the disc to be released to radio was A Lhe Esperar, released on January, 2009. The second single was Meu Sonho, released on June, 2009. Track listing[edit]Meu Sonho (My Dream) Sem Mais Adeus (No More Farewell) (feat. Carlinhos Brown) A Lhe Esperar (Waiting for You) El Amor (El Amor Después Del Amor) (Love (Love After Love)) (Fito Páez cover) Quanto ao Tempo (As for the Time) Aposte em Mim (Bet on Me) Mormaço (Damp Weather) (feat. Zé Ramalho) Taubaté ou Santos (Taubaté or Santos) Brasil Afora (All Over Brazil) Tempero Zen (Zen Spice) Tão Bela (So Beautiful) O Palhaço (The Clown) (only available for digital download)References[edit]This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed
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Musical Keyboard
A musical keyboard is the set of adjacent depressible levers or keys on a musical instrument. Keyboards typically contain keys for playing the twelve notes of the Western musical scale, with a combination of larger, longer keys and smaller, shorter keys that repeats at the interval of an octave. Depressing a key on the keyboard causes the instrument to produce sounds, either by mechanically striking a string or tine (piano, electric piano, clavichord), plucking a string (harpsichord), causing air to flow through a pipe (organ), striking a bell (carillon), or, on electric and electronic keyboards, completing a circuit (Hammond organ, digital piano, synthesizer)
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Selvagem?
Selvagem? (Portuguese for "Savage?") is the third studio album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso. It was released in 1986. "Você" is a cover of Tim Maia. Commenting on the track "Selvagem" in 2013, amidst the 2013 protests in Brazil, bassist Bi Ribeiro said he was impressed that the song was still in harmony with Brazilian conjuncture.[1]Contents1 Cover 2 Track listing 3 Legacy 4 Personnel 5 Additional musicians 6 ReferencesCover[edit] The album cover, designed by Ricardo Leite, depicts bassist Bi Ribeiro's brother, Pedro Ribeiro, in a camp at a cerrado area near Brasília, now occupied by a residential condominium. The picture was taken after one week of no shower and limited food. Each camper dressed like a character and Pedro chose to be a "savage", wearing a judo belt and holding a bow given by a native Brazilian and with which they intended to hunt some birds
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Bora Bora (album)
Bora Bora is the fourth studio album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso, being released in February 1988. Characterized by a tropical, Caribbean-esque instrumentation, the main hits of the album include "O Beco", "Uns Dias" and "Quase um Segundo"
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Os Grãos
Os Grãos (Portuguese for The Grains) is the sixth studio album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso
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Severino (album)
Severino is the seventh studio album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso. It was released in 1994 and produced by famous record producer Phil Manzanera. It was their most experimental album. The sonority and lyrical themes of Severino were heavily influenced by the popular music and the culture of Northeast Brazil, and the poetry of famous writer João Cabral de Melo Neto (most notably his masterpiece Morte e Vida Severina). However, similarly as the previous album Os Grãos, it received mostly mixed to negative reviews at the time of its release, and suffered from extremely poor sales: it sold only 55,000 copies
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9 Luas
9 Luas (Portuguese for 9 Moons) is the eighth studio album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso, released in 1996
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Hey Na Na
Hey Na Na is the ninth studio album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso. It was released in June 16, 1998
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Longo Caminho
Longo Caminho (Portuguese for A Long Way) is the tenth studio album by Brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso. It was released in 2002, one year after vocalist Herbert Vianna's accident with the ultralight plane that made him paraplegic. Most of the tracks were written before the accident. Main hits of the album included "O Calibre", an aggressive song that is a critic to the urban violence, and the ballads "Cuide Bem do Seu Amor" and "Seguindo Estrelas". "O Calibre" would be featured on the soundtrack of the film Elite Squad: The Enemy Within eight years later its release. "Soldado da Paz" was recorded by Cidade Negra in their MTV Unplugged album, while the title track was recorded by Zélia Duncan. Argentine musician Fito Páez, a recurring collaborator for the Paralamas, provided the organ for the song "Flores e Espinhos". The track "Flores no Deserto" was written in honor of Marcelo Yuka, former drummer of the Brazilian rap rock band O Rappa
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Hoje (Os Paralamas Do Sucesso Album)
Hoje is the eleventh studio album by brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso. The songs were composed after Herbert Vianna's accident, unlike Longo Caminho. The album features three special participations: Manu Chao ("Soledad Cidadão (Me Llaman Calle)"), Marcelinho da Lua ("Ao Acaso") and Andreas Kisser ("Fora do Lugar" and "Ponto de Vista")
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D (Os Paralamas Do Sucesso Album)
D is the first live album released by brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Track listing[edit] All songs written by Herbert Vianna, except where noted:"Será Que Vai Chover" – 5:28 "Alagados" (Bi Ribeiro, João Barone, Herbert Vianna) – 7:15 "Ska" – 2:55 "Óculos" – 7:05 "O Homem" (Bi Ribeiro, Herbert Vianna) – 4:32 "Selvagem" (Bi Ribeiro, João Barone, Herbert Vianna) – 4:51 "Charles, Anjo 45" (Jorge Ben Jor) – 4:47 "A Novidade" (Bi Ribeiro, João Barone, Gilberto Gil, Herbert Vianna) – 4:08 "Meu Erro" – 4:18 "Será Que Vai Chover?" (studio version) – 5:08Personnel[edit]Herbert Vianna - vocals, guitar Bi Ribeiro - bass guitar João Barone - drums, percussion João Fera - keyboards George Israel - saxophone in "Ska"References[edit]This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed
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Lulu Santos
Lulu Santos, stage name of Luiz Maurício Pragana dos Santos (May 4, 1953), is a Brazilian singer and guitarist. Career[edit] Lulu was born in Rio de Janeiro. Beginning in the progressive band Vímana, he left the band and embarked on a solo career that produced several hits, such as "Tesouros da Juventude" (a tribute to John Lennon, written with Nelson Motta), "De Repente Califórnia", "Tempos modernos", "Adivinha o quê", the smash hit "Como uma Onda (Zen-surfismo)", another Lulu Santos/ Nelson Motta partnership and "Um certo alguém". The 1984 album Tudo Azul brought the hits "O último romântico" (whose instrumental arrangement was heavely based on George Harrison's song "Greece", from the 1982 album Gone Troppo), "Certas coisas" and the title track.[1] In 1986, the album Lulu had "Casa" and "Um pro outro"
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Vamo Batê Lata
Vamo Batê Lata is the second live album released by brazilian rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso, launched in 1995. Vamo Batê Lata had more than 900,000 copies sold in Brazil, the most sold of the band. The album comes in 2 CDs: the first one with live tracks, and the second one with studio recordings
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