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Duzão Mortimer | Trip Lunar

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Trip Lunar

by Duzão Mortimer

Brazilian music at its best, blends Clube da Esquina and Tropicalia with a twist of jazz and pop. Lots of singers and musicians from Belo Horizonte joined the sessions.
Genre: Brazilian: MPB
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1. Trip Lunar
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2. Cidade Luz
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3. Claro Feitiço
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4. Fogo Nu
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5. Coração Menino
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6. Não
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7. Muita Alegria
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8. Quem Inventou?
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9. Bacia De Latão
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10. Ponto De Mutação
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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After leading the band "O Grande Ah!" to local success in the 80's and recording an instrumental record "Mariantivel" in the 90's, Duzão Mortimer has gathered prominent figures from the new MPB/jazz scene in Belo Horizonte to record a musical trip. Produced by Thiakov, "Trip Lunar" includes songs from various epoch of Mortimer's career, which gathers influences of the "Clube da Esquina" exponents Milton Nascimento, Lô Borges and Toninho Horta, along with other Brazilian songwriters such as Chico Buarque, Itamar Assunção and the Tropicalia movement. The recordings transmit the warm and cozy feeling provided by the homelike ambient of the sessions, which were attended by various guests: Chico Amaral, José Luis Braga (Graveola e o Lixo Polifônico), Rafael Martini, Leopoldina Azevedo, Joana Queiroz, amongst others.

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