2012-08-03 Back to Brazil

brazil luiz gonzaga forro musicianThe Brazil women’s soccer team may be out of the Olympics, but that won’t put a damper on this Sunday’s Brasilfest at the Seattle Center… and it didn’t rain on this radio show either. We heard all manner of Brazilian music, from forro to funk, for some two-thirds of the show. Plus new releases and more in hour 2.

It’s gonna be a sizzling weekend (’bout time!) here in Cascadia. Stay cool … and as always, live locally and groove globally until next Friday’s show.

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Hour 1
Jose Orlando
“Eu Também Quero Beijar” from Music for Maids and Taxi Drivers

Funk ‘n Lata “Swing Da Cor” from Brasil Allstars-Sons Da Terra

The Capoeira Project “Camugere” from Capoeira Mata Um (The Rhythm of Bahia & Sound of the World)

Carla Hassett “Janela” from Círculo

Da Cruz “Moca Feia” from Sistema Subversiva

Bonde Do Rolê “Tilele” from Tropicalbacanal

Nation Beat “Puxa O Boi” from Growing Stone

Ana Rita Simonka “Mais Filhos de Gandhi” from Bossa Nova Delhi

Banda Black Rio “Nossa Jornada” from Super Nova Samba Funk (Deluxe Edition)

Arnaldo Antunes, Edgard Scandurra, and Toumani Diabaté “Se Voce” from A Curva da Cintura

The Ipanemas “AFRO IMORTAIS” from Call of the Gods

Mawaca “Maracatus” from Astrolabio Tucupira.Com.Brasil

Magary Lourd “Trilha 2” from Black Semba Bahia

Hour 2
Ashen & Walker
“Batucada Ostinata” from Rough Guide to Brazilian Street Party

Maga Bo “No Balanço da Canoa (feat. Rosângela Macedo and Marcelo Yuka)” from Quilombo Do Futuro

Forro In the Dark “Nonsensical” from Light a Candle

Elizete Cardoso “É de Lei” from Bossa Nova and the Rise of Brazilian Music in the 1960s

Veronneau “MAS QUE NADA” from Samba Jazz Project

Carlinhos Brown “Lagoinha” from brazilian groove

Gaelic Storm “Cunla” from Chicken Boxer

Volosi “Przejscie” from Volosi

Mokoomba “Mvula” from Rising Tide

Sylvain Leroux “Fantancolo” from Quatour Creole

Antibalas “Ari Degbe” from Antibalas

Andra Kouyate & Sèkè Chi “Tama Wali” from Saro

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