Gilberto Gil - Crazy Pop Rock / Wolkswagen Blues album download
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B1. Volkswagen Blues. B3. One O'clock Last Morning, 20th April 1970. Companies, etc. Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd. Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. Produced For – Famous Music (UK) Ltd. Recorded At – Chappell Recording Studios.
Gilberto Gil's second album is packed with some of the best songs of his career - jubilant pop extravaganzas like "Domingo No Parque," "Pega a Voga, Cabeludo," and "Frevo Rasgado" that were equally inspired by the irresistible, brassy bombast of Carnaval and intelligent rock & roll from America and Britain
João Gilberto is a bossa nova album by João Gilberto, originally released in Brazil as a vinyl LP in 1973 and reissued on CD in 1988. João Gilberto released another album named João Gilberto in 1961, as well as several EPs with only his name as title. The minimal instrumentation – just Gilberto's guitar and voice, plus Sonny Carr's very sparse percussion – and the relentless beat give the album a hypnotic feel. The album's sound engineer was famous electronic music pioneer Wendy Carlos
From the city runs electricity in my brains From the cars runs gasoline up in my veins My blood intoxicated by twenty-seven trips My eyes hallucinated by the Holy Ghost I met. When I talk I cannot talk I only gotta sing loud, loud A crazy pop rock. From the city runs electricity in my brains From the cars runs gasoline up in my veins I'm part of the problem, I' m not the solution I'm really the product of city pollution. From the city runs electricity in my brains From the cars runs gasoline up in my veins.
Gilberto Gil. Style: folk. Gilberto Gil - Volks Volkswagen Blues 04:08. Gilberto Gil - One O'clock Last Morning 20th April 1970 04:39. Gilberto Gil - Crazy Pop Rock 04:13. Gilberto Gil - Can't Find My Way Home 06:34. Gilberto Gil - Up From The Skies 05:11. Gilberto Gil - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearte Club Band 09:35. Gilberto Gil - Volkswagen Blues 04:05. Raça Humana - Gilberto Gil.
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Gil also reprises "Volks, Volkswagen Blues" from his 1969 LP. The effect isn't quite as doom-laden as Veloso's work, but Gil is definitely homesick, as the touching "Nêga (Photograph Blues)" shows Recorded in London, the eight songs on his final self-titled album are mostly blues and introspective, downbeat pop songs. Steve Winwood's "Can't Find My Way Home" is an inspired choice, delivered with a crushing sentimentality rarely found in other versions. Gilberto Gil - vocals, acoustic and steel string guitars, and latin rhythm Chris Bonett - bass guitar and backing vocals.
As on Caetano Veloso's album from the same year, Gilberto Gil does not sound happy away from his homeland. Recorded in London, the eight songs on his final self-titled album are mostly blues and introspective, downbeat pop songs.