|Aznar sings Brazil|
|Live album by Pedro Aznar|
|Genders)||Rock - Pop Jazz - Bossa Nova|
|Record label||Tabriz Music / DBN|
|Producer (s)||Pedro Aznar|
Chronology of Pedro Aznar
Aznar canta Brasil is a double album recorded live at the Teatro ND / Ateneo in the city of Buenos Aires in February 2005. It shows the maturity of Pedro Aznar as a performer, launching himself without a net on a complex repertoire.
From themes by Milton Nascimento ("I invent the sea"), to Lenine ("Alcira and the tower"), passing through Caetano Veloso ("Quereres"), Vinicius de Moraes ("Rose of Hiroshima"), Egberto Gismonti ("Water and wine "), Cazuza (" Ideology "), Gilberto Gil (" Peace "), Herbert Vianna (" Lighthouse of the drowned ") and Chico Buarque (" My gurí "), this work by Aznar traces a personal and based on own tastes about Brazilian song from the 1960s onwards.
Aznar canta Brasil was recorded live at the Teatro ND / Ateneo in the city of Buenos Aires in February 2005. It was published in double CD and DVD format by the independent label Tabriz Music, with distribution by DBN.
In this material, Aznar performs a handful of songs by Brazilian artists in Spanish. All the adaptations to Spanish were made by the musician himself, with the exception of "Faro de los ahogados", by its own author, Herbert Vianna , leader of Os Paralamas Do Sucesso . [ 1 ]
In the adaptations, he even takes liberties such as changing the geography of certain situations ("Alcira drinking gin in front of the Plaza San Martín ", he says in "Alcira y la torre", by Lenine), constructing a kind of personal history of his relationship with Brazilian music. [ 2 ]
"Brazilian music is very fertile and extremely vital, it is a great example for all Latin American culture, Brazil is a great cultural radiator and of music in particular, it also had great artists and thinkers of music. Popular contemporary elements and of renewal I think that is a large part of his immense wealth, "said Aznar. [ 3 ]
|1.||«The moon turned» (A luna girou)||Traditional||2:10|
|2.||"I invent the sea" (Cais)||Milton Nascimento , Ronaldo Bastos||6:25|
|3.||"Alcita y la torre" (Alzira and tower)||Lenine , Queiroga||6:51|
|4.||«Wanting» (The wanting)||Caetano Veloso||2:37|
|5.||«Rosa de Hiroshima»||Gerson Conrad, Vinicius de Moraes||3:05|
|6.||«Sad ballad»||Dalton Vogeler, Esoras Silva||3:26|
|7.||«Continuity of the parks» (Continuity of two parks)||Egberto Gismonti||2:54|
|8.||"Water and wine" (Agua e vinho)||Egberto Gismonti , Geraldo Carneiro||2:36|
|10.||"Horizontal flowers" (Horizontal flowers)||Jose Miguel Wisnik, Oswald De Andrade||6:36|
|11.||«La Paz» (To peace)||Gilberto Gil , João Donato||4:47|
|1.||«Why argue with Madame» (Pra that discuss with Madame)||Janet de Almeida, Haroldo Barbosa||4:01|
|2.||«So»||Antonio Carlos Jobim , Aloysio de Oliveira||5:24|
|3.||"Kiss party" (Beijo party)||Toninho Horta||4:14|
|4.||«Chiquillo» (Menino)||Milton Nascimento , Ronaldo Bastos||2:20|
|5.||"Miracle of the fishes" (Milagre dos peixes)||Milton Nascimento , Fernando Brant||3:56|
|6.||«Lighthouse of the drowned» (Lantern of the afogados)||Herbert Vianna||3:29|
|7.||"The meat" (To meat)||Marcelo Yuka, Seu Jorge , Wilson Cappellette||5:24|
|8.||«Blind faith, sharp blade» (Blind faith, sharp blade )||Milton Nascimento , Ronaldo Bastos||7:04|
|9.||“My guri” (My guri)||Chico Buarque||4:32|
|10.||" Alzira and the tower (Bis)" (Alzira ea torre)||Lenine , Queiroga||6:41|
|11.||"Polichinela" (Polichinelo)||Egberto Gismonti||1:50|
- Pedro Aznar : Voice, bass and guitar.
- Andrés Beeuwsaert: Keyboards and voice.
- Facundo Guevara: Percussion.
- Juan Cruz De Urquiza: Trumpet, flugelhorn. [ 1 ]
- Production: Pedro Aznar .
- Recorded live at the Teatro ND / Ateneo in the city of Buenos Aires in February 2005, in high definition ProTools.
- Recording Engineer: Ariel Lavigna. Attendees: Santiago Giacone, Mariano Jorajuria and Gustavo Rodríguez Lastra.
- Mix: Pedro Aznar at Marina Sound.
- Mastering: Andrés Mayo at Mr. Master in Buenos Aires. Assistant: Max Scenna.
- CD Booklet.
- Claudio Kleiman (Rolling Stone Argentina) (January 1, 2006). "Criticism: Aznar sings Brazil" . Archived from the original on July 29, 2018 . Retrieved July 28, 2018 .
- Folha de São Paulo (May 16, 2006). «Argentine singer starts tour" Aznar sings Brazil " » (in Portuguese) .