Aguia Não Come Mosca
Album Title: Aguia Não Come Mosca
Artists: Azymuth
Released: 1977
Format: MP3
Bitrate 320 kbps
Genre: Brazilian,MPB,Music,Jazz,Fusion,Latin Jazz
Price: Free
ORIGIN: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
BORN: 1972
Catalog Number: 74252 65627

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Vôo Sóbre O Horizonte.mp3, Águia Não Come Mosca.mp3, Despertar.mp3, Tarde.mp3, Circo Marimbondo.mp3, Tamborim, Cuíca, Ganzá, Berimbau.mp3, A Presa.mp3, A Caça.mp3, Falcon Love Call ( Armazém Nº 2).mp3, Águia Negra X Dragão Negro.mp3,

About Azymuth

Brazilian electrified trio Azymuth called their music samba doido, which means "crazy samba." The actual sounds, though, were not so crazy: the intelligent, high-voltage blend of Brazilian rhythms, jazz, and funk with occasional acoustic episodes gained a sizable following in the 1980s. The members of the group included José Roberto Bertrami on acoustic piano and keyboards, Alex Malheiros on bass, and Ivan Conti on drums. Classically trained and originally influenced by pianists Bill Evans and Luíz Eça (of the Tamba 4), Bertrami worked with Flora Purim and Robertinho Silva before meeting Conti at a Rio nightclub. Upon a visit to a bowling alley/club in 1972, they heard Malheiros and decided to join forces to form Azymuth. Their first album, the soundtrack for the film O Fabuloso Fittipaldi, was released in Brazil in 1973. After spending a number of years as sessionmen in Rio recording studios and touring South America, a successful appearance at the 1977 Montreux Jazz Festival led to a 1978 U.S. tour with Airto and Purim. A contract with Milestone in 1979 resulted in a long string of eclectic and influential albums that established the group in the American and European markets. All three members also recorded solo albums for Milestone. Bertrami left the group around 1988, after which Malheiros and Conti carried on for a while with keyboardist Jota Moraes. In the '90s, Bertrami rejoined Azymuth permanently. They signed to Far Out Recordings and issued a long string of albums including Carnival, 1997; Woodland Warrior, 1998; Pieces of Ipanema, 1999; Before We Forget, 2000, and Partido Novo, 2002. In 2007, their self-titled debut album was reissued by the label in a deluxe package. It was completely remastered, and contained an additional disc of remixes by some of the world's best-known dance music producers. In 2008, Azymuth continued their tireless display of creativity with the universally acclaimed Butterfly, which they followed with Aurora in 2011. Sadly, José Roberto Bertrami died in Rio during July of the following year; he was 66 years old. Two years later, Conti and Malheiros recruited keyboardist and synthesist Kiko Continentino as a full-time member. They issued Fenix, their first album together, in the late fall of 2016 on Far Out. ~ Richard S. Ginell

Aguia Não Come Mosca


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    3:40 Vôo Sóbre O Horizonte.mp3
    3:27 Águia Não Come Mosca.mp3
    4:55 Despertar.mp3
    5:26 Tarde.mp3
    2:26 Circo Marimbondo.mp3
    5:01 Tamborim, Cuíca, Ganzá, Berimbau.mp3
    3:43 A Presa.mp3
    3:01 A Caça.mp3
    3:51 Falcon Love Call ( Armazém Nº 2).mp3
    2:29 Águia Negra X Dragão Negro.mp3
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