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Marcos Valle – The Remix Album Vol 1

CD (Item 485938) Albatroz (Brazil), 2006 — Condition: Used
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Marcos Valle revisits a host of his older tunes – and re-presents the work in a quirky electronic mode! The album's less a remix album than it is a "remake" one – as Marcos is collaborating here with Marcio Menescal of Bossacucanova, in a groove that's quite similar to the sound of that group! As with some of Bossacucanova's best work, most of the tunes here are older ones either penned by Valle or made famous by him – recorded here with Fender Rhodes and vocals from Marcos, plenty of keyboards and rhythms from Marcio, and additional flutes from Renato Franco and extra vocals from Patricia Alvi. The sound's quite different than most of Valle's other recent recordings – a fair bit more abstract overall – and titles include "A Ra", "Samba De Verao", "Veio Veio Vai Vai", "Nova Bossa Nova", "Os Grilos", "Mentiras", and "O Que Eu Gosto De Voce".  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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