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Rosalia De Souza - Adriana feat. The Five Corners Quintet / Saudosismo feat. Povo

Rosalia De Souza Adriana
Rosalia De Souza feat. The Five Corners Quintet - Adriana
(12") Schema SCEP379, 2004-07

Review :
Faisant suite à l'album "Garota Moderna" produit par Nicola Conte pour Rosalia de Souza, voici le premier d'une série de maxis avec en face A un remix (ou plutôt un remake) du Five Corners Quintet du "Adriana" composé par Roberto Menescal (guitariste pionnier de la bossa avec Joao Gilberto et Baden Powell, il participe aujourd'hui au groupe électro bossa BossaCucaNova, fondé par son fils et deux amis), aux bossa-breaks de batterie luxuriants, et aux solos 'live' de trompette, sax ou piano toujours aussi soul-jazz.
Note : 5/5 (Djouls)

Tracklisting :
A1. Adriana feat. The Five Corners Quintet
B1. Saudosismo (produced by Povo)

A1. Original written by Roberto Menescal & Luis Fernando Freire (1968).
This version was arranged by Tuomas Kallio & Kim Rantalla of The Five Corners Quintet and features music performed by the whole group.

B1. Original written by Caetano Veloso (1986).
This version features Heine Hansen (piano) and Lars Vissing (trumpet).

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