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|1.||"As 7 Filhas Da Rainha Sumaia" (5:52)|
|2.||"Barracas Barrocas" (3:05)|
|1.||"Elas (A Girges Ristum)" (6:07)|
|2.||"7 Cavaleiro" (2:09)|
|3.||"Cancao Do Exilio" (1:20)|
|6.||"Disse Alguem" (1:38)|
Selva Discos' Fernando Falcao reissue series continues via a fabulous new pressing of the Brazilian percussionist's experimental 1987 album "Barracas Barrocas". Like the artist's 1981 debut, it's a brilliantly eclectic and esoteric affair, offering up a heady - and uniquely South American - blend of off-kilter jazz, pastoral neo-classical compositions, academic ambient, jaunty tropical fusion, narrated soundscapes and heavy drum workouts. Given that it moves in a multitude of directions, the set actually holds together remarkably well, with Falcao's use of bespoke orchestration acting as a constant thread linking disparate sounds and styles. It's both utterly brilliantly and thoroughly mesmerizing, while the accompanying insert includes essays in Portuguese and English telling the story of the album and Falcao's little-known career.
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