A THGXTMID Mix: Luís Barata Da Rocha – Fechando O Verão (Brasil Mixtape)

Two Hungry Ghosts and Tell Me I’m Dreaming team up for a regular series of Sunday Morning mixtapes.

Inspired by their work together on BS1212, an online Radio Show that featured guest mixes and regular selections from Neil Sherwood (Tell Me I’m Dreaming), Dave Sector (Two Hungry Ghosts) and good friends Black Classical and Sonar’s Ghost, this series of mixtapes will set the tone for lazy Sunday’s and provide a soundtrack for those after-party recovery sessions.

First up is Luís Barata Da Rocha with 70 minutes of music from Brasil, a regular listener to the BS1212 show this mix so impressed jazz authority Black Classical we knew it would be the perfect way to launch the series.

Sit back and close the Summer with Luís Barata Da Rocha’s enchanting and uplifting mix.

Luís Barata Da Rocha – Fechando O Verão (Brasil Mixtape)

01. “A Última Sessão de Música” (Milton Nascimento)
Milton Nascimento, “Milagre dos Peixes” LP
XSMOFB-3762 / 1973 Odeon

02. “Águas de Março” (Antônio Carlos Jobim)
João Gilberto, “João Gilberto” LP
2451 037 / 1973 Polydor

03. “O Sol Nascerá” (Cartola, Elton Medeiros)
Cartola, “O Divino Cartola” 7” EP
‎3087 / 1964 Mocambo

04. “Barracão” (Luiz Antônio, Oldemar Magalhães)
Pernambuco do Pandeiro e Seu Regional, “Batucando No Morro” LP
LP TR – 002 / 1958 Tiger Alta Fidelidade

05. “Vim de Sant’ana” (Theo de Barros)
Quarteto Novo, “Quarteto Novo” LP
MOFB 3503 / 1967 Odeon

06. “Trupe” (Amaro Freitas)
Amaro Freitas, “Rasif” LP
FARO205LP / 2018 Far Out Recordings

07. “Sanfona” (Hermeto Pascoal)
Hermeto Pascoal, “Made Of Music” 12” EP
20180415 / 2018 Budweiser

08. “Embolada das Meninas” (Tradicional)
Beija-Flor e Treme Terra, “Música Popular do Nordeste 4” LP
403.5004 / 1973 Discos Marcus Pereira

09. “Esquenta Mulher” (Sebastião Biano)
Bandinha de Pífano, “Zabumba Caruaru” LP
104233 / 1972 CBS Entré

10. “Xeêm” (José Clementino, Luiz Gonzaga)
Camarão, “A Bandinha do Camarão” LP
CALB-5171 / 1969 RCA Camden

11. “Ritmo”
Sadao Watanabe, “Sadao Meets Brazilian Friends” LP
XMS-10003-CT / 1968 Columbia Takt Jazz Series

12. “Naturalmente” (Caetano Veloso, João Donato)
Fafá de Belém, “Êmoriô / Naturalmente” 7” Single
2171138 / 1975 Polydor

13. “A Gira” (Beto Scala, Umberto Silva)
Trio Ternura, “A Gira / Last Tango In Paris” 7” Single
2171075 / 1973 Polydor

14. “Batá-Cotô” (Hélio Rocha Filho, Paulo Sales Galvão)
Free-Son, “Banguelê” LP
SFC 371.001 / 1972 Solar Fidelity

15. “Baianá” (Maria do Carmo Barbosa de Melo)
Barbatuques, “Brasingles Vol. 2” 12” Maxi-Single
OMSD004 / 2018 Selva Discos

16. “Boa Noite (Tahira Rework)” (Traditional)
Baianas de Ipioca / Maceió / Alagoas, “Baianas / Alagoas – Documentário Sonoro do Folclore Brasileiro Nº 21” 7” EP
CDFB-021 / 1977 Funarte

17. “Cavalinho Cavalão (Tahira Edit)” (Sebastião Biano)
Banda de Pífanos de Caruaru, “Batuki / Cavalinho Cavalão” 12″ EP
TJ001 / 2016 Tiff’s Joints

18. “O Galho da Roseira (The Branches Of The Rose Tree) Part II” (Paschoal José da Costa, Vergelina Eulália de Oliveira)
Airto, “Seeds On The Ground – The Natural Sounds Of Airto” LP
BDS-5085 / 1971 Buddah Records

19. “Selim” (Hermeto Pascoal)
Miles Davis, “Live-Evil” LP
G 30954 / 1971 Columbia

20. “Sim” (Cartola, Oswaldo Martins)
Cartola, “Cartola”
MPL 9302 / 1975 Discos Marcus Pereira

Link: Tell Me I’m Dreaming

One Reply to “A THGXTMID Mix: Luís Barata Da Rocha – Fechando O Verão (Brasil Mixtape)”

  1. A few special obrigados are in order:

    This selection was originally made for Black Classical. Brazilian music only, from timeless classics to “mind bending percussion / folk vocal stuff” (as he put it).
    Black Classical is a synonym of overwhelming musical knowledge, truly inspiring creativity and banging productions. Thank you for all the sharing, Mestre!

    Dave Sector and Neil Sherwood, thank you so much for having me! This was truly unexpected, since the last time I did something vaguely similar I was probably still using C90 Type II K7 tapes. Either way, thank you for all the radio shows, online mixes, selections and for sharing music that you love.

    Finally, muito obrigado to a few inspiring people who (also) love music and have been providing me with an outstanding soundtrack for life: my parents Luiz & Ana (it all started in Rio in ’65) and the selectors Joaquim Paulo, Mafalda and Manoel Filho.

    Saravá!

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