Sambrasa Trio, Em Som Maior

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1LP - VAMPISOUL
1965 => 2022

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    TRACKLIST


    Side A
    1) SAMBRASA (Airto Moreira)
    2) ALELUIA (Edú Lôbo, Ruy Guerra)
    3) SAMBA NOVO (Durval Ferreira)
    4) CLERENICE (José Neto Costa)
    5) DUAS CONTAS (Garôto)
    6) NEM O MAR SABIA (Roberto Menescal, Ronaldo Boscoli)

    Side B
    1) ARRASTÃO (Edú Lôbo, Vinicius De Moraes)
    2) COALHADA (Hermeto Pascoal)
    3) JOÃO SEM BRAÇO (Humberto Clayber)
    4) LAMENTO NORTISTA (Humberto Clayber)
    5) A JARDINEIRA (Benedito Lacerda, Humberto Pôrto)



    DESCRIPTION


    1965 samba jazz gem recorded by Humberto Clayber, Hermeto Pascoal and Airto Moreira in the early days of their careers.
    Includes the killer ‘João Sem Braço’ featuring Hermeto’s howling flute and Airto’s overwhelming percussion work.
    This is the only album ever released by this Brazilian all-star group and has remained unavailable for decades. First time vinyl reissue.


    1965 samba jazz gem recorded by Airto Moreira on drums, Humberto Clayber on double bass and Hermeto Pascoal on piano in the early days of their careers. As the original notes state it, the recording session of the album was such a stunning experience for those involved in the studio work: “After going through ‘Aleluia’ and ‘Samba Novo’, as a prelude to a sound cataclysm that was transmitted in the tense atmosphere of the studio, they gave us a composition by José Neto Costa (Hermeto's brother), which left everyone amazed.

    The arrangement created for ‘Duas Contas’, soft, whispery, subtle, broke the local tension as if on impact. But behold, when they no longer seemed to see the possibility of new surprises, they then performed ‘Nem O Mar Sabia’ and ‘Arrastão’, the first revealing totally unknown concepts regarding the trinomial piano-bass-drums. Clayber plays a harmonica and Hermeto unfolds into a flute! On the following tracks, the bassist and pianist would return on the same instruments. The final point of that unsurpassed recital was also a great surprise: ‘A Jardineira’, a carnival march from 1938! It was the "end"!

    Let everyone who hears this LP know what a new phase of modern Brazilian popular music is being established in this country! This is the flag, which we will leave planted in the rich and incomparable soil of our art! Its heralds... the boys from Sambrasa!” The album also includes the killer ‘João Sem Braço’ featuring Hermeto’s howling flute and Airto’s overwhelming percussion work.

    This is the only album ever released by this Brazilian all-star group and has remained unavailable for decades. First time vinyl reissue.