Tom Zé

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1972 => 2022

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    SIDE A
    A1. Happy End
    A2. Frêvo (Pecadinho)
    A3. A Babá
    A4. Menina, Amanhã de Manhã (O Sonho Voltou)
    A5. Dor e Dor
    A6. Senhor Cidadão
    SIDE B
    B1. A Briga do Edifício Itália com O Hilton Hotel
    B2. O Anfitrião
    B3. O Abacaxi de Irará
    B4. O Sândalo
    B5. Se o Caso é Chorar
    B6. Sonho Colorido de um Pintor



    Reissued for the first time outside of Brazil, this is Tom Zé's first LP on Continental Label and the press release warned: “1972 marks the beginning of a new phase in Tom Zé’s career. He decided to move into simpler forms of writing and released an album that is a result of that”.

    Tom Zé is considered the most "paulista" of all Tropicalistas. He came from Bahia, but his wry urban poetry, infused with the uncomfortable sounds of the largest metropolis of South America, is pure São Paulo.

    This reissue includes unseen photos, new testimonials from Tom Zé himself and a lengthy article signed by Bento Araujo, author of the book series Lindo Sonho Delirante.

    After a few “strategic mistakes” in his career, Tom Zé found a new home at Continental label. It was there that he made four albums for the remaining 1970s, beginning with this one. When this LP was released, in 1972, Tom Zé had a relentless interest in the unexplored, in the experiments, and in the unusual. These songs revealed a more mature Tom Zé, addressing social issues, outdated concepts, false traditions, and the hypocrisy from Brazil’s military government.