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Name:Paula Molerembaum Berimbaum (2004) [BossaNova][mp3 320][h33t][schon55]

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 01 Tomara.mp3

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 02 Consolação.mp3

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 03 Berimbau.mp3

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 04 Canto de Ossanha.mp3

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 05 Insensatez.mp3

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 06 Medo de Amar.mp3

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 07 Brigas Nunca Mais.mp3

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 08 Você e Eu.mp3

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 09 Seule.mp3

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 10 Desalento.mp3

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 11 Primavera.mp3

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 12 O Nosso Amor.mp3

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 2004 Berimbaum Info.txt

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Paula Molerembaum - Berimbaum
Original Release Date: November 2, 2004
Label: Universal Latino
Bitrate: 320 kbps

A veteran of the Brazilian samba scene, Morelenbaum has an impeccable pedigree in the music. But for this album, she's chosen as a common thread songs by the great Vinicius DeMoraes, whether as sole or co-composer. It makes for a great theme, with so much quality work to choose from. What makes this so fascinating are the arrangements used to frame the pieces, like the light Brazilian funk used on "Tomara" and "Berimbau," for example, which both float, lighter than air, over truly imaginative drum programming and instrumental performances. Morelenbaum's glorious voice sets the standard throughout, breathy but gloriously melodic (she also deserves great credit for her production work here). Even brass sounds feather-light, gliding by the songs. And yet it retains a real groove, a toe-tapping funk that's irresistible and does full justice to the songs themselves. Even a bossa ballad like "Insensetaz" is given quirky little touches, like the irresistible cello line by Morelenbaum's husband, Jacques. It's an album of details and quirks in the melodies and rhythms, gentle and lulling, but still constantly pushing forward, and rewarding no matter how many times you listen to it. ~ Chris Nickson - allmusic.com

Paula Morelenbaum is known for absolutely authentic, traditional takes on bossa classis, particularly Tom Jobim, with whom she and her husband Jaques, performed. But here she is taking on the eletro/ bossacucanova/bebel/eletronica thing with rather strong results. My favorite track by far is the little samba well-known from the Black Orpheus soundtrack, Jobim's O Nosso Amor, which is rarely redone compared to other gems from that film. Here its just giddy with guitar by Luiz Brasil, shortened lyrics, and an almost childlike simplicity from the singer. The other tracks are also a pleasure -- not only because they draw on wonderful, classic compostions but because every arrangement is unique and not much of her husband's cello has been shoehorned into the project (normally his playing is great, but here it's really out of place). ~ Eric Crawford

About Paula Molerembaum
"Antonio Carlos Jobim used to say that his group, Nova Banda, was made up of five beautiful girls, five handsome guys and a dirty old man. Paula Morelenbaum was one of these girls and her husband, Jaques, one of the boys. In the period 1984-1994, Paula toured around the world with Jobim Brazil, Japan, Europe, Canada, U.S performing at prestigious venues such as the Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York City, being also featured in the following albums by Jobim: Passarim, Antonio Brasileiro, Tom Jobim Inédito and Tom canta Vinicius. It all started four years earlier (1980) as a member of vocal ensemble Céu da Boca, . The group released the albums Céu da Boca (1981) and Baratotal (1982), having performed extensively in Brazil for five years. In 2004, Paula Morelenbaum released her second solo album, Berimbaum, a tribute to the poet of bossa nova, Vinicius de Moraes. Framed within a modern, electro-acoustic concept, it has garnered warm acceptance both from the public and critics. The album was produced by Paula Morelenbaum in collaboration with Antonio Pinto, Leo Gandelman, Celso Fonseca, Bossacucanova and Beto Villares."

Personnel:
Renato Alsher Engineer
Mauricio Alves Percussion, Xequere
Sidnei Borgani Trombone
Bossacucanova Percussion, Arranger, Keyboards, Producer
Léo Brandão Organ
Luis Brasil Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Percussion, Engineer
Edmilson Capelupi Guitar, Guitar (7 String Acoustic)
Ed Côrtes Saxophone
Marcelo Costa Berimbau
Luciana De Moraes Vocals, Spoken Word
Vinícius de Moraes Vocals, Spoken Word
Alexandre Fonseca Percussion, Sampling, Loops, Loop
Celso Fonseca Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Percussion, Arranger, Guitar (Electric), Programming, Producer, Engineer, Program
Carlinhos Freitas Mastering
Leo Gandelman Flute, Arranger, Keyboards, Sax (Baritone), Producer, Engineer, Fender Rhodes, Mouth Organ
Nahor Gomes Trumpet, Trumpet (Bass)
Paulo Jobim Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar
Sidinho Moreira Percussion
Jaques Morelenbaum Cello, String Arrangements, DX-7, Electric Cello
Paula Morelenbaum Vocals, Whistle (Human), Producer, Art Direction, Concept, Art Supervisor, Project Graphics, Assobios
Antonio Carles Marques Pinto Guitar, Percussion, Arranger, Keyboards, Producer, Bateria, Program, Baixo
Antonio Carlos Neves Pinto Guitar (Acoustic), Bass, Percussion, Arranger, Drums, Keyboards, Programming, Ukulele, Producer, Engineer
Carlos Alberto Sion Executive Producer
Dudu Trentin Keyboards
Andre Vasconcelos Baixo
Beto Villares Bass, Arranger, Guitar (Electric), Producer, Engineer, Sampling, Guitarra Concheros, Baixo
Juliano Zanoni Arranger, Programming, Engineer, Loops, Rhythm Programming

Paula Molerembaum - Berimbaum Tracks:
01 Tomara
02 Consolação
03 Berimbau
04 Canto de Ossanha
05 Insensatez
06 Medo de Amar (Vire Essa Folha Do Livro)
07 Brigas Nunca Mais
08 Você E Eu
09 Seule
10 Desalento
11 Primavera
12 O Nosso Amor

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