Baden Powell/Mario Adnet: Afrosambajazz: The Music of Baden Powell [Digipak]

Audio Samples

>Canto de Xangô [Song for Xangô]
>Ritmo Afro [Afro Rhythm]
>Caxangá de Oxalá [Oxalá's Game]
>Nhem Nhem Nhem
>Lamento de Exú [Lament for Exú]
>Canto de Ossanha [Song for Ossanha]
>Lamento de Preto Velho [Lament for an Old Man]
>Sermao
>Canto de Yemanjá [Song for Yemanjá]
>Pai
>Alodê [Mermaid's Lament]
>Berimbau
>Yansan Suite: Introduction/Canto de Yansan [Song for Yansan]/Ladainha de Yanson [Litany for Yansan]
>Domingo de Ramos [Palm Sunday]

Track List

>Canto de Xangô [Song for Xangô]
>Ritmo Afro [Afro Rhythm]
>Caxangá de Oxalá [Oxalá's Game]
>Nhem Nhem Nhem
>Lamento de Exú [Lament for Exú]
>Canto de Ossanha [Song for Ossanha]
>Lamento de Preto Velho [Lament for an Old Man]
>Sermao
>Canto de Yemanjá [Song for Yemanjá]
>Pai
>Alodê [Mermaid's Lament]
>Berimbau
>Yansan Suite: Introduction/Canto de Yansan [Song for Yansan]/Ladainha de Yanson [Litany for Yansan]
>Domingo de Ramos [Palm Sunday]

Album Notes

Liner Note Authors: Philippe Baden Powell; Mario Adnet.

Photographer: Nelson Faria.

Arrangers: Philippe Baden Powell; Mario Adnet.

It's the music of the great Baden Powell given full-band treatments (not just his work, but also compositions he wrote with Vinícius de Moraes and Paulo César Pinheiro). Powell's son plays piano on several tracks, while guitarist Mario Adnet is on most of them, as well as writing many of the arrangements. But it's very much a band album that finds its easy groove in the samba. Some of the work has never been recorded before, like "Canto de Yansan," but comes across wonderfully. Think of it as a jazzed-up version of Powell's Afro Sambas and you're on the money, with some great charts that let the melodies and light rhythms shine through. ~ Chris Nickson



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