Limited vinyl LP-only repressing of this 1976 album from the legendary Brazilian musician. Tom Ze began his career together with Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, and Maria Bethenia. As a composer, he influenced Caetano and many others and delivered an expressive body of work through his own discography. A restless thinker, he was adept at modern erudite music experimentations, yet he was always ignored by both industry and audiences until he was discovered by David Byrne. He can be better understood through his self-coined definition: 'I don't make art, I make spoken and sung journalism.'
Limited vinyl LP-only repressing of this 1976 album from the legendary Brazilian musician. Tom Ze began his career together with Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, and Maria Bethenia. As a composer, he influenced Caetano and many others and delivered an expressive body of work through his own discography. A restless thinker, he was adept at modern erudite music experimentations, yet he was always ignored by both industry and audiences until he was discovered by David Byrne. He can be better understood through his self-coined definition: 'I don't make art, I make spoken and sung journalism.'
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Format: Vinyl
Label: POLYSOM
Rel. Date: 06/19/2020
UPC: 7898324304682

Estudando O Samba
Artist: Tom Ze
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Você Fica Melhor Assim
2. Cançao Postal
3. O Caçador
4. Homem Da Rua
5. Nao Foi Nada
6. Pensa Você
7. Fio Da Navalha
8. Pra Onde Vai Você?
9. Calibre 1
10. Faça Seu Jogo 1
11. Nao Se Apague Esta Noite 1
12. Aos Baroes 1
13. Como O Machado 1
14. Eu Sou Como Você É 1
15. Toda Essa Agua

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Limited vinyl LP-only repressing of this 1976 album from the legendary Brazilian musician. Tom Ze began his career together with Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, and Maria Bethenia. As a composer, he influenced Caetano and many others and delivered an expressive body of work through his own discography. A restless thinker, he was adept at modern erudite music experimentations, yet he was always ignored by both industry and audiences until he was discovered by David Byrne. He can be better understood through his self-coined definition: 'I don't make art, I make spoken and sung journalism.'