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Mudei De Idéia

Mudei De Idéia

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A truly fantastic record that sounds the way it looks – psychedelic rock, samba-funk and tripped out MPB. Features ‘Kabaluerê’ as sampled by Marcelo D2 on his hit ‘Qual e?’. Arranged by Rogerio Duprat, featuring legendary guitarist Lanny Gordin.

Antonio Carlos & Jocafi were a very successful and famous Brazilian writing duo, born in Bahia. They worked with the likes of Wilson Simonal, Rosinha De Valença, Trio Mocotó, Milton Banana, Toquinho and more. Originally released on RCA Brazil in 1971, this was the duo’s debut LP.

Two versions of the album cover exist in Brazil – this, the psyched-out, burnt out version, and a much less exciting photograph of the chaps, pressed to include the single ‘Desacato’ which became a popular hit in Brazil and several European countries.

A1 – Você Abusou
A2 – Se Quiser Valer
A3 – Kabaluerê
A4 – Conceição Da Praia
A5 – Hipnose
A6 – Mudei De Idéia
B1 – Quem Vem Lá
B2 – Nord West
B3 – Morte Do Amor
B4 – Deus O Salve
B5 – Dalena
B6 – Bonita

Sealed.

Additional Information

Weight 230 kg
Sleeve condition

Mint (M)

Condition

Mint (M)

Title

Mudei De Idéia

Artist

Antonio Carlos E Jocafi

Format

Album, LP, RE

Catalog number

MRBLP140

Year

2016

Label

Mr Bongo

Format name

Vinyl

Genres

Funk / Soul, Latin

Styles

MPB, Samba

A1 - Você Abusou
A2 - Se Quiser Valer
A3 - Kabaluerê
A4 - Conceição Da Praia
A5 - Hipnose
A6 - Mudei De Idéia
B1 - Quem Vem Lá
B2 - Nord West
B3 - Morte Do Amor
B4 - Deus O Salve
B5 - Dalena
B6 - Bonita

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