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Link original: Edu Lobo – Limite das Aguas (1976) Publicado em: Tuesday, December 23, 2008 by zecalouro Hello, good evening! friend on Thursday, 25 December, 2008 very good information. Marcos Felipe on Saturday, 21 March, 2009 Zeca, This is one of the best albums I’ve heard in my whole life. music is one of the most important aspects in my life and getting to know this album was one of the most spectacular things in my musical life – it was like when I first hear the album “Animals”, by Pink Floyd, or Led Zeppelin II. so it means a lot to me, hehe The album opens up with Edu and Joyce in a tear dropping song..

Arrangements are in charge of Mauricio Mendonca, also known as Mauricio Maestro from the vocal group Boca Livre. Tudo de bom para 2009, e nao para de fazer seu bom trabalho. By the way, when I visited Salvador de Bahia I had the chance to meet Roberto Mendez (in person! Unfortunately, I didn’t buy his cds at that time, and since then I couldn’t find any of his music in stores nor the internet. Niall on Wednesday, 24 December, 2008 Loronix, Can I wish you and yours a very happy Christmas, and an equally great 2009 from Ireland…education in Brazilian music for us mere mortals is emence. Getting to know this album meant a lot to me in my life.Perhaps in a similar way, the extremely dense and layered bedrock of Brazilian popular music can sometimes goes unacknowledged by music fans, regardless of nationality.You know it is there under your feet, supporting the present and making possible so many of the things in life that you appreciate, but it remains unexamined, taken for granted.I need to admit that I never had the chance to listen carefully a single album released by Edu Lobo in the 70’s, in spite of having some knowledge about his work in the 1960’s with Tamba Trio and Nara Leao. Negro Negro has a WONDERFUL Toninho Horta guitar (not credited in the post – only violão is) and all songs are wonderful…I was missing great music, this album has an unique atmosphere and is hard to believe it has gone out of print. This is Edu Lobo – Limite das Aguas (1976), for Continental, featuring one of the most requested artists by Loronix community, backed by a constellation of Brazilian musicians. I’ve found your weblog, Loronix, and I found it really interesting. Toada has poetic and profound lyrics, as has Gingado Dobrado, which is musically fantastic. Limite das Águas is surprising, Cinco Crianças is rock’n’roll, Segue o Coração is beautiful MPB and Repente is just amazing, truly “nordeste” but wrapped in a complex yet cool atmosphere…

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