Milton Nascimento Clube da Esquina

Milton Nascimento - Clube Da Esquina (1972) {EMI Odeon}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Aug. 25, 2016
Milton Nascimento - Clube Da Esquina (1972) {EMI Odeon}

Milton Nascimento - Clube Da Esquina (1972) {EMI Odeon}
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Genre: Latin Jazz, MPB

Clube da Esquina e o album do coletivo de musicos brasileiros conhecidos como Clube da Esquina, liderado pelos cantores e compositores Milton Nascimento e Lo Borges, a quem o album foi creditado. O disco foi lancado, no Brasil, em LP em 1972 pela EMI-Odeon. Clube da Esquina chamou a atencao pelas composicoes engajadas e a miscelanea de sons. A capa traz a foto de dois meninos, Cacau e Tonho, fotografados em uma estradinha de terra nas proximidades de Nova Friburgo, regiao serrana do Rio de Janeiro, proximo de onde moravam os pais adotivos de Milton.

Milton Nascimento - Geraes (1976) {Odeon}  

Posted by tiburon at June 19, 2015
Milton Nascimento - Geraes (1976) {Odeon}

Milton Nascimento - Geraes (1976) {Odeon}
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Genre: MPB, Bossa Nova, Brazilian Jazz

This is the CD reissue of an album recorded in 1976. At this point, Nascimento had an experience with fusion in the Som Imaginario, and with jazzers such as Herbie Hancock (who had recorded with him in the previous year's Milton) or Wayne Shorter (Native Dancer). In this album, Nascimento experiments economically with orchestra, trying to recover his roots, the culture of the Minas Gerais state, whose already strong civilization made possible an expressive Baroque and sacred music in the 17th century. Therefore, the atmosphere here is not as swinging, but it reaches deeper emotional dimensions.

Milton Nascimento - Anima (1982) {Philips} [Re-Up]  

Posted by tiburon at May 29, 2015
Milton Nascimento - Anima (1982) {Philips} [Re-Up]

Milton Nascimento - Anima (1982) {Philips}
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Genre: MPB, Brazilian Jazz

This is a striking example of the essential Milton Nascimento that has made him a beloved figure in Brazil - a lush, eloquent, unified concept album that cries for universal happiness and personal fulfillment, lashes out briefly at hypocrisy, and haunts the memory with its often stirring tunes. The record opens boldly with a tone poem accurately entitled "Evocation of the Mountains," and a gorgeous lengthy opening vocalese with a plush string backdrop, and it ends simply with the unadorned voice of Nascimento urging us not to analyze things if we want to be happy.
Milton Nascimento & Jobim Trio - Novas Bossas (2008) {EMI} [Re-Up]

Milton Nascimento & Jobim Trio - Novas Bossas (2008) {EMI}
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Genre: Bossa Nova, Latin Jazz, MPB

Tom Jobim was the originator of the new Bossa Nova beat in Brazil in the late '50s and it was Joao Gilberto that first mastered the guitar technique to introduce it to the world in 1958. They both said that Milton Nascimento was the only singer that could reach the original pitch of the compositions and so it is entirely fitting that he has teamed up here with Tom's son Paulo and grandson Daniel for a recording session to celebrate both Tom Jobim and the anniversary of his invention of the Bossa Nova. Mixing songs by Tom Jobim, Milton Nascimento and Daniel Jobim, this is a true master class in the art of the Bossa and a new milestone in Brazilian music.
Gilberto Gil & Milton Nascimento - Gil & Milton (2000) {Warner Brasil}

Gilberto Gil & Milton Nascimento - Gil & Milton (2000) {Warner Brasil}
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Genre: MPB, Brazilian Jazz

To lovers of Brazilian jazz, the pairing of these two legends of the genre amounts to something of a musical orgasm. The only serious misfire isn't really that bad, just a bit incongruous. Why would two consummate Brazilian ambassadors choose to do their one English lyric song – George Harrison's "Something" – as a reggae tune? The groove is silly, but actually some of the guitar work is fun. Just as when Ivan Lins sings in his native Portuguese rather than stilted English, this tandem is most at home conveying emotions that go beyond simple semantics, usually with Gil writing the music and Nascimento the lyrics. "Sebastian" is a moody bass-and-drum driven power ballad which functions as a showcase to their raspy vocals.

Milton Nascimento - Angelus (1993) {Warner Brasil}  

Posted by tiburon at May 24, 2014
Milton Nascimento - Angelus (1993) {Warner Brasil}

Milton Nascimento - Angelus (1993) {Warner Brasil}
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Genre: Latin Jazz, World Music, MPB

The list of prominent North American and British fans of Milton Nascimento continues to grow almost exponentially and as a result, his first album for Warner Bros, recorded in Rio, New York, Pittsburgh and L.A., has a longer guest list than ever before. On the jazz side, Wayne Shorter reunites with his Brazilian soulmate on two tracks, his beam-of-light soprano soaring brightly, and a quintet containing Pat Metheny, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, and Robertinho Silva sails magnificently through two early Nascimento classics: "Vera Cruz" and "Novena" (his first song ever).

Milton Nascimento & Jobim Trio - Novas Bossas (2008)  

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 19, 2013
Milton Nascimento & Jobim Trio - Novas Bossas (2008)

Milton Nascimento & Jobim Trio - Novas Bossas (2008)
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 374MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Bossa Nova, Latin Jazz, MPB

Tom Jobim was the originator of the new Bossa Nova beat in Brazil in the late '50s and it was Joao Gilberto that first mastered the guitar technique to introduce it to the world in 1958. They both said that Milton Nascimento was the only singer that could reach the original pitch of the compositions and so it is entirely fitting that he has teamed up here with Tom's son Paulo and grandson Daniel for a recording session to celebrate both Tom Jobim and the anniversary of his invention of the Bossa Nova. Mixing songs by Tom Jobim, Milton Nascimento and Daniel Jobim, this is a true master class in the art of the Bossa and a new milestone in Brazilian music.

Milton Nascimento - Anima (1982)  

Posted by tiburon at June 5, 2012
Milton Nascimento - Anima (1982)

Milton Nascimento - Anima (1982)
EAC 1.0b2 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Covers 200dpi | 225MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 91MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: MPB, Brazilian Jazz

This is a striking example of the essential Milton Nascimento that has made him a beloved figure in Brazil - a lush, eloquent, unified concept album that cries for universal happiness and personal fulfillment, lashes out briefly at hypocrisy, and haunts the memory with its often stirring tunes. The record opens boldly with a tone poem accurately entitled "Evocation of the Mountains," and a gorgeous lengthy opening vocalese with a plush string backdrop, and it ends simply with the unadorned voice of Nascimento urging us not to analyze things if we want to be happy.

Milton Nascimento - Millennium (2006) {Mercury}  

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 18, 2012
Milton Nascimento - Millennium (2006) {Mercury}

Milton Nascimento - Millennium (2006) {Mercury}
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Genre: Jazz, World, Brazilian

Digitally remastered collection from the Brazilian pop icon of the MPB. The 20 songs come primarily from his golden recording era in the 1970's and 80's and includes classics like "O Cio da Terra" (performed with Chico Buarque), a Lennon/McCartney tribute (live), "Cancao do Nova Mundo", "Maria Maria" and many more.

Milton Nascimento - Courage (1969) {A&M Records}  

Posted by tiburon at Aug. 27, 2011
Milton Nascimento - Courage (1969) {A&M Records}

Milton Nascimento - Courage (1969) {A&M Records}
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Genre: Bossa Nova, Brazilian Jazz

"Although Nascimento speaks little English," Ralph Gleason writes in the liner notes to this release, "he sings it with assurance and with articulation." In truth, the heavy production hand of Creed Taylor is felt at every point on this project, and the decision to have Nascimento sing in English on this US debut was just one more sign of how this artist was being groomed for crossover success on the pop charts. Taylor had been a behind-the-scenes player in the bossa nova fad, and no doubt saw Nascimento as Brazil's next great musical export.