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Rare and highly sought after in it's original format, Os Brazoes self-titled album was originally released on RGE Discos in 1969. It is a psychedelic masterpiece that fuses samba, r'n'b and rock 'n' roll influences using fuzz guitars, synths, percussion, lush vocals and effects. Os Brazoes formed in Rio de Janeiro in the late 1960's. They supported Tom Zé and backed Gal Costa during her Tropicalia period, yet apparently never recorded in the studio with her. The album is peppered with alternative versions of songs by the movement's stars, including Gilberto Gil's 'Pega a Voga, Cabeludo' and Jorge Ben and Toquinho's 'Carolina, Carol Bela'. But Os Brazoes manage to make them their own with their unique interpretations.
Rare and highly sought after in it's original format, Os Brazoes self-titled album was originally released on RGE Discos in 1969. It is a psychedelic masterpiece that fuses samba, r'n'b and rock 'n' roll influences using fuzz guitars, synths, percussion, lush vocals and effects. Os Brazoes formed in Rio de Janeiro in the late 1960's. They supported Tom Zé and backed Gal Costa during her Tropicalia period, yet apparently never recorded in the studio with her. The album is peppered with alternative versions of songs by the movement's stars, including Gilberto Gil's 'Pega a Voga, Cabeludo' and Jorge Ben and Toquinho's 'Carolina, Carol Bela'. But Os Brazoes manage to make them their own with their unique interpretations.
7119691276113

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: MR BONGO
Rel. Date: 12/10/2021
UPC: 7119691276113

Os Brazoes [Indie Exclusive] (Orange Splatter Vinyl) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Os Brazoes
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $34.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Pega a Voga Cabeludo
2. Canastra Real
3. Módulo Lunar
4. Volksvolkswagen Blue
5. Tao Longe de Mim
6. Carolina, Carol Bela
7. Feitiço
8. Espiral
9. Gotham City
10. Momento
11. Que Maravilha

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Rare and highly sought after in it's original format, Os Brazoes self-titled album was originally released on RGE Discos in 1969. It is a psychedelic masterpiece that fuses samba, r'n'b and rock 'n' roll influences using fuzz guitars, synths, percussion, lush vocals and effects. Os Brazoes formed in Rio de Janeiro in the late 1960's. They supported Tom Zé and backed Gal Costa during her Tropicalia period, yet apparently never recorded in the studio with her. The album is peppered with alternative versions of songs by the movement's stars, including Gilberto Gil's 'Pega a Voga, Cabeludo' and Jorge Ben and Toquinho's 'Carolina, Carol Bela'. But Os Brazoes manage to make them their own with their unique interpretations.

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