Brazilian Video Face Melters

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  • K_BLNK_BLN 46 Posts

  • K_BLNK_BLN 46 Posts
    My dentist would calm me down immediately with anesthesia

  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,958 Posts
    I just learned after all these years that these guys are Brazilian



  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,958 Posts
    Version of Gil's catchy theme from the childrens TV show:



    More Brazilian reggae from the lead singer of Grupo Karetas. This song resonates with those from the north.




  • K_BLNK_BLN 46 Posts
    “You are a bird when you play this thing“

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  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,958 Posts
    I've never seen this! More detailed than, for example, Tommy Igoe's DVD breakdown of Brazilian rhythms. Or that Chevron record. I learned a lot here.

  • ppadilhappadilha 2,149 Posts
    Bonus points for the young George Costanza asking all the questions
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  • That is a seriously  video, god damn

  • K_BLNK_BLN 46 Posts
    Here is the drum instructional video with Airto. Some video sequences are already in the percussion instructional video.
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  • ppadilhappadilha 2,149 Posts
    Edu Lobo in the studio recording Vento Bravo (the 1st track off his best LP) with an increasingly drunk and belligerent Tom Jobim



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  • K_BLNK_BLN 46 Posts
    Master Moacir Santos at work. Some of his students: Paulo Moura, Oscar Castro-Neves, Baden Powell, Maurício Einhorn, Geraldo Vespar, Bola Sete, Sérgio Mendes, Dom Um Romão, João Donato, Roberto Menescal, Carlos Lyra, Dori Caymmi, Airto Moreira and Flora Purim.
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  • ppadilhappadilha 2,149 Posts
    DJ Nuts



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  • DJ Nuts lives! Haven't heard anything from him in ages. Nice

  • ppadilhappadilha 2,149 Posts
    DJ Nuts lives! Haven't heard anything from him in ages. Nice

    he has a weekly night in São Paulo in this bar that's basically the local DJ/cratedigger hangout, it's pretty cool. This set is part of a whole series of videos on his buddy Marcelo D2's Twitch channel, where he's basically broadcasting the whole production process on his new album. Considering D2 is one of the top MCs/producers in Brazil, it's essentially a line-up of every top MC and beat maker right now.


  • Love that Sinal Vermelho track 14 minutes in. Also the weird cover of Toni Tornado Me Libertei. Nuts brings the goods

  • ppadilhappadilha 2,149 Posts
    Love that Sinal Vermelho track 14 minutes in. Also the weird cover of Toni Tornado Me Libertei. Nuts brings the goods

    for some reason they uploaded 2 mixes by Nuts with the exact same name, but they're different. I think you watched the one that's more like his standard set these days, the one I posted above is a set of tr00 afro-brazilian religious music


  • Oh true, I watched 15 minutes of it here and then searched it out on my tablet and yeah, that's what happened - the other mix is more than an hour long so I don't know how I didn't notice.

  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,958 Posts




  • K_BLNK_BLN 46 Posts
    ppadilha

  • K_BLNK_BLN 46 Posts
    MPB


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  • ppadilhappadilha 2,149 Posts
    get your vintage Jorge Ben on:


    dude just struts around an auditorium with what must be the world's longest mic cable:


    with Trio Mocotó, featuring Escovão shredding it on the cuíca (where's the shredding it emoji?):





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  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,958 Posts
    ^The YT algorithm from watching those led to me to this one:



  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,958 Posts
    Nana Vasconcelos' "Sinfonia & Batuques" was on my long drive playlist as well and I saw this berimbau solo from his '73 record



  • ppadilhappadilha 2,149 Posts
    Jorge Ben jammin' on Spanish TV in 1975, as he was transitioning from his acoustic to electric sound


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  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,958 Posts

    (I look forward to seeing her in November)


    (Joao Bosco. 40 minute show)


    (Selected for the goofy fun factor, but Ed Motta, Tim Maia's nephew, still stands on his own as a great musician)



    (Revisiting some of these NB videos because songs on their first two LPs are sometimes part of discussions with my teacher)


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