Archive for ‘Gilles Peterson’

juin 1, 2010

Gilles Peterson – Brazilika

Note :

Origine du Groupe : Brazil , United Kingdom

Style : World Music Electro , Remix

Sortie : 2009

Tracklist :

01. Intro – Azymuth – Manha (Demo)
02. Friends From Rio 2 feat. Celia Vaz – Os Escravos Do Jo
03. Jose Mauro – Obnoxious
04. Krishnanda – Esta Tudo Ai
05. The Ipanemas – Canto Pra Oxum (Song For Oxum)
06. Clara Moreno – Deixa Nega Gingar
07. Sidney Miller – E Isso Ai
08. The Ipanemas – Malandro Quando Vaza
09. Grupo Batuque – Berimbal (Capoeira)
10. Aleuda – Galope
11. Krishnanda – Quem Sou Eu
12. Democustico – Vagalume
13. Azymuth – Melo Dos Dois Bicudos
14. Binario – Balinha
15. Joyce, Nana Vasconcelos, Mauricio Maestro – Chegada
16. Friends From Rio 1 feat. Celia Vaz – Fransisco Cat (Pressure Drop Remix)
17. Arthur Verocai – Tudo Do Bom (Domu Mash Reedit) (*)
18. Grupo Batuque – Na Batida Do Agogo (Osunlade Remix)
19. Azymuth – Depois Do Carnival (Spiritual South Remix) (*)
20. Jose Carretas feat. Zeep – Memories (*)
21. Joyce – Fejao Com Arroz (Bass Line Mix) (*)
22. Jose Roberto Bertrami & His Modern Sound – Joana
23. Alex Malheiros And Banda Utopia feat. Sabrina Malheiros – Uno Esta (*)


World renowned BBC Radio 1 DJ Gilles Peterson compiles a spectacular collage mix tape from the vaults of Far Out Recordings for this fifteenth anniversary celebration. A close friend to Joe Davis for 25 years, Gilles Peterson has been a constant supporter of the original and best UK based Brazilian record label. The pair released the original « Brazilika » compilation on Gilles’ Talking Loud label 15 years ago and now go full circle with the fourth installment in Far Out’s series, following block party mixes from Kenny Dope, 4 Hero  and Andy Votel. Brazilian music aficionados Peterson and Davis introduced a new generation to the cream of Brazil’s bossa and post-bossa artists and here expertly blend the cream of the timeless with the new breed from Far Out’s vast catalogue. Gilles Peterson’s « Brazilika » includes five exclusive unreleased tracks and is the definitive collection of Far Out’s work, taking us on a breathless ride through a beautiful, barmy Brazil.