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Album Review

The late Suba was just beginning to come into his own when he was killed in a fire. One of the most subtle and inventive producers in Brazil, his work with Bebel Gilberto pushed him to the forefront, and then his solo album confirmed his status. This album, which isn't all Suba but does include plenty of his work, is a testament to his talent — and also to the legacy he's left behind him. Perhaps of greatest interest are the three live duets between Suba and JP, explorations of sound and form that are among his most adventurous pieces; while rhythm is an important part, these duets are more abstract than Suba's polished studio work. And his studio work that is here, generally in mixes by others, is glorious — the treatments of "Felicidade" (all three of them) show what Suba did with it in the first place, while Cibelle's remake of "Sereia, Amor d'Água" is a sultry, sexy joy. There are also tributes, of course, and "Nightly Sins," with its spoken samples, is a standout among them. Finally, there are two Suba studio tracks, both collaborations, with "Are You Sleeping?" almost ghostly in its nighttime chill — an inspired piece of work. Most tributes try hard to capture the essence of an artist; this one succeeds.


Born: 23 June 1961 in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Suba was a producer who had important participation in the process of inserting electronic sonorities in the Brazilian pop sound in the '90s. Suba (Mitar Subotic) arrived in Brazil on March 15, 1990, with a UNESCO scholarship. No one knew him, but he opened his way and began to display his work in music, theater, dance, fashion, and advertising. Among his several notable works as producer are the albums Tanto Tempo (Bebel Gilberto), Pierrot do Brasil (Marina Lima), Benzina (Edgard Scandurra), and...
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