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Various Artists (Death Is Not The End) // River of Revenge: Brazilian Country Music 1929-1961, Vol. 1 CD

Various Artists (Death Is Not The End) // River of Revenge: Brazilian Country Music 1929-1961, Vol. 1 CD

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This is a compilation CD released in 2022 by Death Is Not The End, a label specializing in excavations in London, England.

Contains 1929 pieces of Brazilian country music Musica Caipira recorded between 1961 and 16.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Death Is Not The End releases available at Tobira.

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tracklist:

  1. Nhá Zefa & Nhô Pai - We'll Never Forget 02:55
  2. Leôncio & Leonel - Envious Affair 03:05
  3. Grupo Sertanejo do Lenço Preto - Oh I Cry 02:17
  4. Mandi & Sorocabinha - Bad Weather 02:41
  5. Jeca Mineiro & Bambuí - River of Revenge 03:09
  6. Zé Mané & Zé Pagão - White Rose 02:29
  7. Zico Dias & Ferrinho - I Went for a Walk in the City 02:37
  8. Mariano & Caçula - Shaved Mustache 02:58
  9. Tonico & Tinoco - Example of Faith 02:50
  10. Sulino & Marrueiro - Return of the Cowboy 03:21
  11. Moreno & Moreninho - City of Roses 02:51
  12. Valdomiro & Valdemar - Old Saying 02:41
  13. Serrinha & Caboclinho - The Crimes and Death of Dioguinho 06:39
  14. Raul Torres & Serrinha - Friday the 13th 02:36
  15. Canário & Passarinho - Goodbye 02:48
  16. Mandi & Soroca

Death Is Not The End:

"The first volume in a survey of a form of Brazilian country music known as música caipira ("hillbilly music") - a stripped-back forerunner to música sertaneja, the Brazilian equivalent to US country & western which in it's contemporary form has come to dominate the domestic music industry in recent decades. This collection covers some of the earliest recordings made by the pioneering folklorist Cornélio Pires at the end of the 1920s, through to records from the 30s, 40s & 50s and the beginning of the 60s.

Somewhat rooted in Portuguese troubadour folk traditions, música caipira is typically performed by a duo singing in parallel thirds and sixths, drawing upon a Portuguese-Brazilian style known as moda de viola - with the viola being the viola caipira, a Brazilian-style ten- string guitar that is the core instrument of the music. Born out of the "outback"-style region in north-eastern Brazil, these songs tell stories of pain, love, loss & betrayal - often backed by homemade guitars using invented tunings. from the polished pop country & western-stylings of the sertaneja, these recordings could be viewed as the Brazilian equivalent to the roots music of the American dustbowl or Appalachia."

Artist: Various Artists

Label: Death Is Not The End

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This is a compilation CD released in 2022 by Death Is Not The End, a label specializing in excavations in London, England.

Contains 1929 pieces of Brazilian country music Musica Caipira recorded between 1961 and 16.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Death Is Not The End releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

Ask us for digital files. 

tracklist:

  1. Nhá Zefa & Nhô Pai - We'll Never Forget 02:55
  2. Leôncio & Leonel - Envious Affair 03:05
  3. Grupo Sertanejo do Lenço Preto - Oh I Cry 02:17
  4. Mandi & Sorocabinha - Bad Weather 02:41
  5. Jeca Mineiro & Bambuí - River of Revenge 03:09
  6. Zé Mané & Zé Pagão - White Rose 02:29
  7. Zico Dias & Ferrinho - I Went for a Walk in the City 02:37
  8. Mariano & Caçula - Shaved Mustache 02:58
  9. Tonico & Tinoco - Example of Faith 02:50
  10. Sulino & Marrueiro - Return of the Cowboy 03:21
  11. Moreno & Moreninho - City of Roses 02:51
  12. Valdomiro & Valdemar - Old Saying 02:41
  13. Serrinha & Caboclinho - The Crimes and Death of Dioguinho 06:39
  14. Raul Torres & Serrinha - Friday the 13th 02:36
  15. Canário & Passarinho - Goodbye 02:48
  16. Mandi & Soroca

Death Is Not The End:

"The first volume in a survey of a form of Brazilian country music known as música caipira ("hillbilly music") - a stripped-back forerunner to música sertaneja, the Brazilian equivalent to US country & western which in it's contemporary form has come to dominate the domestic music industry in recent decades. This collection covers some of the earliest recordings made by the pioneering folklorist Cornélio Pires at the end of the 1920s, through to records from the 30s, 40s & 50s and the beginning of the 60s.

Somewhat rooted in Portuguese troubadour folk traditions, música caipira is typically performed by a duo singing in parallel thirds and sixths, drawing upon a Portuguese-Brazilian style known as moda de viola - with the viola being the viola caipira, a Brazilian-style ten- string guitar that is the core instrument of the music. Born out of the "outback"-style region in north-eastern Brazil, these songs tell stories of pain, love, loss & betrayal - often backed by homemade guitars using invented tunings. from the polished pop country & western-stylings of the sertaneja, these recordings could be viewed as the Brazilian equivalent to the roots music of the American dustbowl or Appalachia."

Artist: Various Artists

Label: Death Is Not The End