MASEGO – You Never Visit Me (live from Brazil / 2022)

Micah Davis (born June 8, 1993), known professionally as Masego, is a Jamaican-American musician and singer known for incorporating the saxophone into his music. Masego released two EPs in 2016, The Pink Polo EP with Medasin, and Loose Thoughts. He gained widespread attention with his collaborative record with FKJ called "Tadow" in 2017. In 2018,… Continue lendo MASEGO – You Never Visit Me (live from Brazil / 2022)


HELADO NEGRO – Gemini & Leo (live on KEXP)

http://KEXP.ORG presents Helado Negro performing “Gemini and Leo” live at THING festival at Fort Worden in Port Townsend, Washington. Recorded August 28, 2022. Fresh startHold my hand all the way nowWake upEveryone's singing outside Asked youWe can stay all day, who caresLying downIt's our dream to stay all day when we knowNobody caresAnd nobody… Continue lendo HELADO NEGRO – Gemini & Leo (live on KEXP)

LUCIEL IZUMI – Live @ Congreso Internacional de Charango (2022)

Luciel Izumi (born in La Paz, July 23, 1995) is a Bolivian composer and instrumentalist who specializes in the charango, a small acoustic guitar, which she has practiced since she was 11.​ She leads the Luciel Izumi Jazz Quartet. The charango is a small Andean stringed instrument of the lute family, from the Quechua and Aymara populations in the territory of the Altiplano in post-Colonial times, after European… Continue lendo LUCIEL IZUMI – Live @ Congreso Internacional de Charango (2022)

CHICO CÉSAR – Bolsominions

Chico César (born January 26, 1964) is a Brazilian singer, poet, composer and songwriter. Born in Catolé do Rocha, Paraíba, Brazil, he was transferred to João Pessoa, where he studied journalism at Universidade Federal da Paraíba, where he wrote poetry. Chico César is a composer/interpreter revealed in 1995. His compositions are a mix of social… Continue lendo CHICO CÉSAR – Bolsominions

EDDY GRANT – Gimme Hope Jo’Anna (1988)

"Gimme Hope Jo'anna" is an anti-Apartheid song written released by Eddy Grant in 1988, during the Apartheid era in South Africa. The song was banned by the South African government when it was released, but was widely played there nonetheless. It reached number seven on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Grant's first British top 10… Continue lendo EDDY GRANT – Gimme Hope Jo’Anna (1988)

CYRO BAPTISTA – Live on Programa Instrumental Sesc Brasil

Com discos próprios lançados no exterior, desenvolveu várias parcerias e participações junto a artistas de diversos estilos como Yo-Yo-Ma, John Zorn, Herbie Hancock, Cassandra Wilson, Medeski Martin & Wood, Sting, Paul Simon, Laurie Anderson, Naná Vasconcelos, entre outros. Além disso, foi laureado diversas vezes com prêmios importantes, como por exemplo: Percussionista do ano em 2011… Continue lendo CYRO BAPTISTA – Live on Programa Instrumental Sesc Brasil

FIGLI DI MADRE IGNOTA – L’Altro Lato del Paradiso

From Figli di Madre Ignota's album Tamboo Tamboo (2004) Voglio andare a vedere a vederel’altro lato del paradiso e scoprire com’e'si solo mi sento un po' solo e sbadiglio annoiatoe' per questo che voglio curiosare per sapere com’e'volan volan su nel cielo gli angelie i santi son molto gentili e ci preparano il thee' tutto quanto bello tutto quanto tacesilenzio e pacema se tu insisti ancora un po' io ti porto con me la'… Continue lendo FIGLI DI MADRE IGNOTA – L’Altro Lato del Paradiso

MUSICALMENTE VINÍCIUS: Live in Italy (1978) – Fvll Concert

Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Toquinho, and Miúcha, performing live in Italy, 1978. Vinicius de Moraes dances, makes jokes and introduces the songs in Italian. Samba de OrlyO pescadorSaudade de BahiaO marPedro…Tarde em ItapuãDesafinadoWaveSamba de uma nota sóAguas de marçoSamba do aviãoO que seráPoeta, poetinhaA gente vai levandoA FelicidadeAgua de beberGarota de IpanemaSei lá,… Continue lendo MUSICALMENTE VINÍCIUS: Live in Italy (1978) – Fvll Concert

LUIS MARIANO – Qui Sait, Qui Sait, Qui Sait

A French version of the popular Spanish song by Cuban songwriter Osvaldo Farrés. The French lyrics, Qui sait, qui sait, qui sait, are by Jacques Larue. It is inaccurate to claim that it gains a slightly different meaning in French. In fact, the etymology of the Spanish word quizás (equivalent to Portuguese quiçá) comes from… Continue lendo LUIS MARIANO – Qui Sait, Qui Sait, Qui Sait

NAT KING COLE – Quizás, quizás, quizás

"Quizás, quizás, quizás", sometimes known simply as "Quizás", is a popular song by Cuban songwriter Osvaldo Farrés. Farrés wrote the music and original Spanish lyrics for the song which became a hit for Bobby Capó in 1947. In 1958, Nat King Cole recorded the song with a heavy American accent. His version appeared on his… Continue lendo NAT KING COLE – Quizás, quizás, quizás