Gilberto Gil Essential
- Released: July 22, 2014
- Originally Released: 2014
- Label: DRG
- 1.M quina de ritmo [Rhythm Box]
- 2.Eu vim da Bahia [I Came From Bahia]
- 3.Estrela [Star]
- 4.Quanta [How Much]
- 5.Futur¡vel [In the Future]
- 6.Eu Descobri [I Discovered]
- 7.Outra Vez [Again]
- 8.Nao Tenho Medo da Morte [I'm Not Afraid of Death]
- 10.Tres Palabras [Three Words]
- 11.La Renaissance Africaine [The African Renaissance]
- 12.Panis et Circenses [Bread and Games]
- 13.Oriente [Orientate]
- 14.Andar Com F‚ [Walking in Faith]
- 15.Domingo No Parque [Sunday at the Park]
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
Personnel: Bem Gil (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Cremilda Marques, Andr‚a Moniz, Carla Rinc¢n, Carlos Mendes, Ricardo Menezes, Jos‚ Eduardo Fernandes, Ricardo Amado, Camila Bastos, Joao Menezes, Gustavo Menezes, Fernando Pereira, M rcio Sanches, Felipe Prazeres, Fl vio Santos, Daniel Albuquerque, Tomaz Soares, Fl via de Castro & Her Agapito, Nicolas Krassik (violin); Ivan Zandonade, S‚rgio Bernardo, Dhyan T¢ffolo, Daniel Prazeres, Jos‚ Thebaldi, Estevan Reis (viola); Hugo Pilger, Eduardo Menezes, Jaques Morelenbaum, Mateus Ceccato, F bio Coelho, Lylian Moniz, Diana Braga (cello); Lu¡s Cuevas, Murilo Barquette (flute); Igor Carvalho , Marcos Passos (clarinet); Nelson Oliveira (trumpet); Jacques Ghestem, Gilberto Oliveira (trombone); Francisco de Assis (tuba); Ricardo Cƒndido, S“nia Zanon, Antonio Botelho (double bass); Gustavo Di Dalva (percussion).
Audio Mixers: Gabriel Pinheiro; Fernando Prado.
Recording information: Theatro Municipal, Rio De Janeiro (05/28/2012).
Arranger: Gilberto Gil.
Legendary Brazilian singer/songwriter Gilberto Gil has over five decades and 57 albums to his credit. A pioneer of the tropicalia movement of the 1960s and '70s, Gil celebrated his 70th birthday with a sold-out show at Brazil's Theatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro on May 28, 2012. Featuring his steady five-piece touring band, which included son Bem Gil on guitar, and backed by a symphony orchestra, the concert acted as a broad overview of his lengthy and diverse career. Beautifully captured here on this live recording, the 15-song set features a variety of essential cuts from his own catalog along with interpretations of songs by Caetano Veloso and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Gil's voice and guitar playing sound as vital as ever and the arrangements are full of the elegance and taste we've come to expect from this great artist. ~ Timothy Monger
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