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Gilberto Gil / Jorge Ben - Gil e Jorge album download
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Gilberto Gil / Jorge Ben - Gil e Jorge album download

Performer:
Gilberto Gil / Jorge Ben
Album:
Gil e Jorge
Style:
Brazilian Pop,MPB,Tropicalia,Brazilian Traditions
Duration:
01:18:52
MP3 archive size:
1463 mb
FLAC archive size:
1596 mb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
365

Of course, they prove up to the task. The nine lengthy tracks on the album (it was originally configured as a double LP) feature Gil and Ben interacting to a high degree, trading lines and often repeating them several times. The best tracks here - "Nega," "Taj Mahal," and "Meu Glorioso Sao Cristovao" - are highly rhythmic and have the heft of ancient Brazilian folksongs.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Verve Records (catalog number 314 512 067-2). This album was released in 1992 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album.

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Gil e Jorge is a 1975 album featuring collaboration between Brazilian musicians Jorge Ben and Gilberto Gil. The two perform together alongside percussionist Djalma Corrêa on each of the songs, improvising and interacting directly throughout. In 2007, it was listed by Rolling Stone Brazil as one of the 100 best Brazilian albums in history.

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Consumer Guide Album. Gilberto Gil/Jorge Ben: Gil E Jorge Always ready to go further out on a beat than the other samba/bossa geniuses, they walked into a studio in 1975 and spread nine songs over 78 minutes.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Meu Glorioso Sao Cristovao Jorge Ben Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 8:13
2 Nega Gilberto Gil Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 10:37
3 Jurubeba Gilberto Gil Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 11:40
4 Quem Mandou (Pe Na Estrada) Jorge Ben Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 6:52
5 Taj Mahal Jorge Ben / Traditional Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 14:46
6 Morre O Burro, Fica O Homen Jorge Ben Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 6:10
7 Essa É Pra Tocar No Rádio Gilberto Gil Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 6:14
8 Filhos de Gandhi Gilberto Gil Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 13:11
9 Sarro Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil Jorge Ben / Gilberto Gil 1:09
  • La rencontre entre deux monstres sacrés de la MPB, Jorge Ben e Gilberto Gil, des artistes qui s'admirent et se respectent mutuellement. Ogum Xangô se présente comme une double album expérimental où les deux musiciens improvisent et interagissent mutuellement au fil des enregistrements. Quatre compositions de Jorge Ben, quatre compositions de Gilberto Gil, et une chanson écrite en collaboration : "Sarro". Cette dernière est la plus courte de l'album, car les autres durent entre 6 et 15 minutes et permettent aux deux musiciens interprètes de laisser court à leur créativité. "Meu Glorioso São Cristóvão" (Jorge Ben), "Jurubeba" e "Filhos de Gandhi" (Gilberto Gil) et "Sarro" (Gilberto Gil e Jorge Ben) sont des créations originales, les autres des reprises. Un album minimaliste où les deux comparses se lâchent sans complexe d'un point de vue vocal et guitaristique. La sobriété se retrouve également dans l'interprétation "guitares acoustiques" pimentée de quelques percussions, voire de lignes de guitare basse. Ogum Xangô est un objet musical de style "jam session" dont l'originalité tranche avec les productions classiques. L'album est classé au 60ème rang du classement du magazine Rolling Stone des 100 meilleurs albums de musique brésilienne.