José Mauro - A Viagem Das Horas 1976/2021 (LP, Reedição, Importado)

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O retorno das sombras de José Mauro

Fora da cena musical desde os anos 1970 e dado por alguns como morto, autor de “Luzia Mãe-D’água” é redescoberto por DJ inglês e vira cult fora do país

O LP “Obnoxious” (de 1970), de José Mauro, passou a ser cultuado pelos DJs do acid jazz desde os anos 1990, mas só ganhou uma reedição remasterizada, na Inglaterra, em 2016. Foto: Arte de Angelo Bottino sobre reprodução

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A Viagem das Horas 03:35
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Escada de Ferro 02:34
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A Oitava Morada 03:15
4.
Variação Sobre um Antigo Tema 02:51
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Morango Encantado 04:19
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Luz Lilás 01:59
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Rua Dois 03:38
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Moenda 03:06
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O Cavaleiro de Antonina 03:59
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Romanza 02:02
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O Ninho 02:18
about
For years it was believed that José Mauro was dead. Rumours on blogs and comment sections circulated that the mysterious Brazilian genius had either been killed in a road accident, or been ‘disappeared’ by Brazil’s military junta in the 1970s. But following Far Out’s 2016 reissue of José Mauro’s debut album Obnoxius, the label heard word that José Mauro is in fact alive and well, living a quiet life on the outskirts of Rio.

“My body pushed me away from music, health became a stumbling block for me. If I had the strength to carry on with composing, I would have... always focused on achieving a sense of beauty, a sense of wonder.” - José Mauro

After years of trying to track him down (with many twists and turns along the way), Far Out Recordings is overjoyed to finally present, with the blessing of the man himself, the long-awaited release of José Mauro’s forgotten masterpiece A Viagem Das Horas, featuring three previously unreleased and unheard tracks from the original studio sessions.

Recorded in 1970 at Odeon studios in Rio de Janeiro: the same time and place as all the music he ever recorded, José Mauro’s A Viagem Das Horas wasn’t released until six years later, curiously...  more
credits
released May 28, 2021

Alto Saxophone – Paulo Moura
Bass – Sebastião Marinho
Drums – Wilson Das Neves
Flute – Altamiro Carrilho
Guitar – Geraldo Vesper
Harmonica – Rildo Hora
Organ, Piano, Harpsichord – Dom Salvador
Percussion – Juquinha, Mamão
Trumpet – Maurilio
Vocals, Liner Notes – Ana Maria Bahiana
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Viola Nordestina] – José Mauro

All songs composed by José Mauro and Ana Maria Bahiana
Photography - Alexandre De Souza Lima
Producer, Director, Conductor [Strings], Mixing [Remixing] – Roberto Quartin
Arranger, Conductor – Lindolfo Gaya
Technician [Recording] – Jorge Teixeira
Mastering - Pete Norman @ Finyl Tweek
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