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Album Review

Reggae, contemporary pop, and world percussion are the commercial face of the album that makes it quite enjoyable for a broad audience, but there are subtler elements waiting for the adventurous listener. In the frevo "Carnaval," disco electronic drumming is topped by extremely dissonant brass attacks while the lyrics satirize Brazil. Redneck folklore is evoked in "Olho Seco," while the sensitive toada "Eu Não Sei Falar de Amor" modernizes tradition. The hit "Casinha Branca" (Gilson/Joran) brings the catchy melody and the bucolic lyrics for a 2000 ambience. Good melodies and creative lyrics evidence a sensible growth in Kléber Albuquerque's sound.


Genre: MPB

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The third and last of Billy Joe Shaver's Columbia Records albums of the 1980s, Salt of the Earth was the singer/songwriter's first album of all-new material in six years and his last recording for another six, making it, by definition, a pivotal album in his infrequent recording career. It effectively encapsulates his characteristic style, from the hard rocking honky tonk of "Whiteman's Watermelon" to the gentle "Hill Country Love Song." Shaver's conflicted morality allows him to announce fervently...
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