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Paradeiro is by far a more direct, melodious, and instantly enjoyable record than Arnaldo Antunes' previous and highly experimental album, O Corpo. Still though, it is hard to define what kind of music Antunes has come up with this time. It ain't rock, and it certainly ain't traditional Brazilian music, although it is clearly influenced by both. The percussion is very much in the foreground on Paradeiro. Surely, the collaboration between Antunes and Carlinhos Brown has contributed toward making the album sound more rhythmic and "Brazilian" than Antunes' usual output. Three of the most direct highlights on this album are the humorous and catchy hit single "Essa Mulher" and the both musically and lyrically exquisite "Debaixo d'Água" and "Do Vento." Marisa Monte makes a guest appearance both as co-writer and singer on the fine title track. Other standouts are the fast rock-oriented "Atenção" and the cover of Paulo Leminski's "Luzes," with its aggressive acoustic guitar play. Paradeiro also benefits from the excellent production by Brown and Alê Siqueira, one of Brazil's most talented producers. On the whole, this is definitely one of Arnaldo Antunes' most interesting albums, and it also bears clear resemblance to his following release, Tribalistas, as well as Monte's successful Rose & Charcoal. ~ Philip Jandovský, Rovi


Nacido(a): 02 de septiembre de 1960 en Sao Paulo, Brazil

Género: Brasileña

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

An important composer of Brazilian pop/rock who was the unofficial leader of the Titãs, Arnaldo Antunes had many of his songs recorded by Marisa Monte, Jorge Ben Jor, and others. He also is an internationally celebrated poet. In the late '70s, Antunes was a member of the group Aguilar e Banda Performática, which recorded an independent LP. Soon afterwards, he joined an octet called Titãs do Iê-iê. The band opened in August 1982 in the alternative Teatro da Lira Paulistana (São Paulo), where the...
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