Skank - Calango album download
|A4||O Beijo E A Reza||4:59|
|B1||É Proibido Fumar||3:11|
- Manufactured By – Poly Som Com. E Ind. de Plásticos Ltda.
- Recorded At – Nas Nuvens
- Mixed At – Nas Nuvens
- Remastered At – Magic Master
- Licensed From – Chaos Recordings
- Bass – Lelo Zaneti
- Brass – João Vianna
- Drums – Haroldo Ferretti
- Engineer – Vitor Farias
- Keyboards – Henrique Portugal
- Lyrics By, Guitar, Vocals – Samuel Rosa
- Lyrics By, Saxophone – Chico Amaral
- Mastered By – Ricardo Garcia
- Producer – Dudu Marote
- Recorded By – Guilherme Calicchio, Renato Munhoz, Vitor Farias
- Trombone – Ed Maciel*
- Written-By – Erasmo Carlos (tracks: B1), Roberto Carlos (tracks: B1)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7898324310232
|237.086/1-476429||Skank||Calango (LP, Album)||Chaos Recordings||237.086/1-476429||Brazil||1994|
|ESCA 6265||Skank||Calango (CD, Album, Promo)||Epic||ESCA 6265||Japan||1995|
|88697626322||Skank||Calango (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, S/Edition)||Sony Music||88697626322||Brazil||2009|
|2 476429||Skank||Calango (CD, Album, RP)||Chaos Recordings||2 476429||Brazil||Unknown|
|758.214/2-476429||Skank||Calango (CD, Album)||Chaos Recordings||758.214/2-476429||Brazil||1994|
In 2001, Skank recorded the first live album in Ouro Preto as part of the MTV Brasil's series "MTV Ao Vivo". MTV Ao Vivo sold 600 thousand copies. In 2008, the band reunited with Dudu Marote, who produced Calango and O Samba Poconé, to record the album Estandarte in their studio in Belo Horizonte. Released in September, the album had low sales, but produced the hits "Ainda Gosto Dela" (featuring Negra Li), "Sutilmente" (a massive number 1 hit in Brazil) and "Noites de um Verão Qualquer. Multishow ao Vivo (2010).
Calango (Portuguese: tropidurus lizard) is the second studio album by Brazilian band Skank, released in 1994. It contains the hits "Esmola", "É Proibido Fumar" (a Roberto Carlos cover), and "Pacato Cidadão". Calango sold approximately . million copies. Amolação" (Samuel Rosa/Chico Amaral) – 2:35. Jackie Tequila" (Samuel Rosa/Chico Amaral) – 4:10. Esmola" (Samuel Rosa/Chico Amaral) – 2:38. O Beijo e a Reza" (Samuel Rosa/Chico Amaral) – 4:59.
Before the third album, Samba Poconé, which sold . million copies, Calango, the second, with its 1,100,000 copies sold, helped Skank to sell . million CDs in 1996. The album is named after a folkloric rhythm of the home state of its members, Minas Gerais. The calango is a cutting contest between two cantadores who improvise verses and is absorbed, amidst liberties, in "A Cerca. The band also re-recorded the Roberto Carlos hit "É Proibido Fumar.