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Fabiano Do Nascimento - Tempo Dos Mestres
Fabiano Do Nascimento
Tempo Dos Mestres
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Now Again)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Tempo dos Mestres (Time of the Masters) is the second album from the tireless, young Brazilian guitarist Fabiano Do Nascimento.It finds its roots in the depths of the Amazon rainforest, passed down through generations of Native Brazilians, and is imbibed bythe Afro-Brazilian culture that arose after Portuguese colonization. This blend is not new in Brazil, and is represented musically bygreat Brazilian musicians both known and celebrated - the guitarist Baden Powell and catalyst Hermeto Pascoal, both directinfluences on Do Nascimento - and less exposed, like the experimentalist Carioca, one of Do Nascimento’s mentors, and theBrazilian psychedelic pioneer Lula Cortes, whose album Paebiru rewrote Brazilian rock’s history in 1975.It is the third Brazilian album released on Now-Again, following Seu Jorge and Almaz and Do Nascimento’s debut Dança dosTempos. Do Nascimento's is joined on Tempo dos Mestres by his long time percussionist, Ricardo "Tiki" Pasillas on trap drumsand percussion, and Sam Gendel on saxophone and flute. Vocals are performed by Thalma de Freitas and Carla Hasset.These tracks were recorded live in the studio with no overdubs, straight to 2” analog-tape, and only sparingly mastered to focuson the subtleties of the performances. Do Nascimento’s fans include legendary percussionist Airto Moreira, who recorded Dançados Tempos and can be found playing live with Do Nascimento. "He’s Brazilian but (his mind is) from a place in Brazil that is notcommon.” Moreira states. “Fortunately, we still have some musicians who like to play music and who like to touch the instrumentand who like that energy!”Do Nascimento takes his music, and his place in Brazil’s lineage, seriously, and he often travels the vast country, spending time inthe rainforest, living life as it was lived in the distant past, while studying with still living masters as he searches for new directionsof the path trod by the geniuses whose influence abounds in contemporary music, but whose names are still unfamiliar.“Being a musician - feeling, studying, experiencing, living music -this comes first, right?” Do Nascimento questions. “ Second,we hope that the depths of knowledge in the music from the masters before us can be shared more, each time, to the youngergenerations coming.” In Tempo dos Mestres Do Nascimento answers himself with a beautiful entry into the evolving language oftimeless Brazilian music.
Fabiano Do Nascimento - Danca Dos Tempos
Fabiano Do Nascimento
Danca Dos Tempos
CD | 2015 | US | Original (Now Again)
17,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Folkloric Brasilian/Afro-Brasilian music taken into the future.Featuring Airto Moreira. Dança dos Tempos is the debut album from thrilling, young Brazilian guitarist Fabiano doNascimento, and it features legendary percussionist Airto Moreira in his first album project inover ten years. Dança dos Tempos follows folkloric Brazilian music as experienced through themind and able fingers of an expansive musician, not yet thirty years old, and combines theheady ‘60s and ‘70s experimentalism of Hermeto Pascoal and Baden Powell with the childlikeelegance of music played and passed down by native Brazilians for generations. It is thesecond Brazilian album released on Now-Again, following Seu Jorge and Almaz.Moreira, the bandleader, songwriter and producer who recorded a bevy of titles under his ownname, with his wife Flora Purim, and whose resume contains the names of - seriously - everymusician worth mentioning from America or Brazil from the past 50 years - plays percussion onthe album and is joined by do Nascimento's long time drummer, Ricardo "Tiki" Pasillas on trapdrums. Do Nascimento and Kana Shimanuki handle vocals on what is otherwise an airy instrumentalalbum that allows the guitarist's virtuosity to shine through originals, folkloric Braziliansongs, and select covers by the likes of Pascoal and Powell, both formative influences on theguitarist.These duets show the camaraderie that two master Brazilian musicians - of two differentgenerations, but of the same spirit - share with comrades of ages past as they imagine musicfor the years to come. These tracks were recorded live in the studio with no overdubs, straightto 2” analog-tape, and only sparingly mastered to focus on the subtleties of the performances.
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