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24 May 2017

Erasmo Carlos "1990 - Projeto Salva Terra" 1974 Brazil Psych Groovie









Erasmo Carlos  "1990 - Projeto Salva Terra" 1974 excellent... Brazil  Psych Groovie recommended........
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An exercise in futurology in the name of Erasmo's persistent pacifism, the title track exudes the composer's subtle irony: "In 1990, the crisis was too much / Canned people could no longer remember peace / Sometimes God was remembered for his lack ". In it, there are also unpublished compositions, written with Roberto. Among them, the irresistible Harold, the Domestic Robot, and the classic I Am A Child, I Do not Understand Nothing. According to the compact of the album, the samba rock O Comilão, was a great success, but was left out of the LP, after being censored. In 1980, the song was re-recorded with the illustrious presence of Jorge Ben Jor, on the album Erasmo Carlos Convida.

The success of Dreams and Memories and their compact was great, and in 1973 Erasmus only thought of compact with unpublished songs. "Cachaça Mecânica", a mixture that only Erasmus could make of Mechanical Orange (the film) with the shakes of the Bahian carnival, came out in June and was a great success. "El Comilão" came next, targeting Christmas 1973, but the song had problems with Censura and ended up not entering this 1990 - Salvaterra Project, which would only come out in November 1974. Preceded from the compact "I Am A Non Child I understand Nothing, "that very successful, the album brought a re-reading of" Preto Gato "(by Getúlio Côrtes, recorded in Jovem Guarda by Renato and his Blue Caps and Roberto Carlos) and several partnerships with Roberto Carlos. Production signed by Guti Carvalho and Erasmo............

I did not think Erasmus's album "1990 - Projeto Salva Terra", released in 1974, was so good! Today I listened to her with a dedication I did not have before. The four albums ranging from Carlos, Erasmo, Dreams and Memories, Saving Earth to the Banda dos Contentes have a counterculture unity that I believe to be somewhat proto-revolutionary. Three of them were recently re-released, in a "three-tone" collection, leaving exactly the one I listened to today in digital format. The others spent these days worshiping in CD, among other arts and languages ​​that fill my days.

No wonder all four are on the list of the 500 most important MPB albums at rateyourmusic (which is a lot for a country as musical as ours). Definitely, the work of these guys in the 1970s is unsurpassed, excellent without being commercial and "pasteurized", as has been commonly seen for a few years now, especially in an overdimensionalized way by the "supercontemporaneous" itself.

Beyond the tone in 1974 about the future, which seems ironic, from the title of "1990 - Project Saves Land", the guy was really a visionary. He said in an interview that rock in Brazil would not die so soon, but innovate, to have other names, which is natural to differentiate the various genres and the various musical subdivisions. Okay, it was not the only voice of those days, but an important Brazilian voice.

But what matters is that not only has rock resisted and remains, but that Erasmus himself survived his physical and mental journeys, influencing and reinventing himself, with his genius, creativity, lucidity and opening up, at the age of 72, To the new generations of fans, musicians and artists. Already we see and recognize in him not only a complete artist, but a fantastic subject who has kept the essential of the past to be revised and cultivated.......by....atilabezerra ...........

Erasmo Carlos is a historic figure in Brazilian rock, acknowledged by many as the father of Brazilian style. Extremely important as a composer, mainly because of his creations with longtime partner Roberto Carlos, he has been intensively recorded by many top artists. He also has an extensive solo discography. Heavily influenced by rock & roll, he learned his first chords with Tim Maia in 1957. In the same year, he became a member (together with Roberto Carlos) of Maia's seminal band Os Sputniks, a precursor to Brazilian soul music. The next year, he joined the group the Snacks as a vocalist, again with Roberto Carlos. Until the mid-'60s, he performed on radio and TV shows like Os Brotos Comandam (Rádio Guanabara and TV Continental) and Festival de Brotos (TV Tupi), which became important precursors to the Jovem Guarda movement. From 1965 to 1967, he joined the group Renato e Seus Blue Caps as a vocalist and guitarist. His first composition, "Eu Quero Twist," was recorded by Agnaldo Rayol for Copacabana. His first recording as a singer was in 1962, with "Terror Dos Namorados," written with Roberto Carlos. Soon the duo released "Parei na Contramão," and the two hits consecrated them permanently. "Festa de Arromba" (with Roberto Carlos) was a big hit in 1964. In September 1965, TV Record launched the show Jovem Guarda, directed toward their younger audience. The show would give birth to the eponymous movement that provoked the precocious demise of bossa nova. In Jovem Guarda, Erasmo Carlos was the Tremendão, and shared the hosting with Roberto Carlos and Wanderléa. Many of Roberto and Erasmo's songs became big hits, with "Quero Que Tudo Vá Para o Inferno" becoming the anthem of a whole generation. Carlos' career continued after the end of Jovem Guarda with the recording of many albums and performances; at the same time, his compositions continued to be recorded by many top artists. In 1968, he made his first appearance in film, in Roberto Carlos em Ritmo de Aventura. The same year, he was sued for the corruption of youngsters due to his sensual performances and was prohibited from performing for two years. In the next year, he appeared in Roberto Carlos e o Diamante Cor-de-Rosa and, in 1970, in A 300 km por Hora. In 1972, he was awarded with the Coruja de Ouro award for his performance in the film Os Machões (1971). In 1974, he formed the rock band Companhia Brasileira de Rock with guitarist Liminha, saxophonist Yon, bassist Rubão, pianist Sérgio Kaça, and drummer Dinho. This was followed by a performance in the Hollywood Rock Festival and, in 1985, the historic Rock in Rio Festival in front of 250,000 people. In 1997, he and Roberto Carlos were awarded the Shell prize for the entirety of their works. Erasmo remained active, playing live, re-recording hits, and participating in and contributing to others. In 2001, at the age of 60, he released Pra Falar de Amor, a collection of songs by other songwriters. Its single "Mais um Na Multidão," was a duet with Marisa Monte -- a tune she co-wrote with Carlinhos Brown. A year later, a 40th anniversary box was issued titled Mesmo Que Seja Eu. It contained his entire discography between 1971-1988 as well as a wealth of unreleased material. Santa Música appeared in 2004, and marked his return to all-original material. In 2007, Erasmo Carlos Convida II continued his duets with a host of prominent guests including Monte, Milton Nascimento, Los Hermanos, and Lulu Santos. Two years later, his memoir Minha Fama de Mau was published and his album Rock 'n' Roll was released. The recording was nominated for a Grammy and won Brazil's Album of the Year award. Sexo followed in 2011. Not only was the explicitly themed album regarded as provocative, it resonated with critics for its creativity and boldness, and its support tour won many "show of the year" accolades as well. In subsequent years, live albums and compilations dominated his discography. In early 2017, the U.S. label Light in the Attic simultaneously reissued three '70s albums: 1971's Erasmo Carlos e Os Tremendões, Carlos, Erasmo (1972), and Sonhos e Memórias 1941-1972 (1974). ~ Alvaro Neder................

"Sou uma criança, não entendo nada"
"A lenda de Bob Nelson"
"A festa do corpo lindo"
"1990 - Projeto Salva Terra"
"A experiência"
"Bolas azuis"
"Haroldo, o robot doméstico"
"Por cima dos aviões"
"Negro gato"
"Deitar e rolar"
"Amiga forte"
"Cachaça mecânica"
"Dia De Chuva" (Faixa Bônus)
"O Comilão (Faixa Bônus)

Discography

2014) Gigante Gentil • Coqueiro Verde • CD
(2011) Sexo • Coqueiro Verde • CD
(2009) Rock`n`roll • Coqueiro Verde • CD
(2007) Erasmo Carlos convida II • Indie Records • CD
(2004) Santa música • Indie Records • CD
(2002) Erasmo Carlos ao vivo • Abril Music • CD
(2001) Pra falar de amor • Abril Music • CD
(1996) É preciso saber viver • Polygram • LP
(1992) Homem de rua • Sony • LP
(1989) Sou uma criança-Erasmo ao vivo • EMI-Odeon • LP
(1988) Apesar do tempo claro • Polydor • LP
(1986) Abra os seus olhos • Polydor • LP
(1985) Erasmo Carlos • Polydor • LP
(1984) Buraco negro • Polydor • LP
(1982) Amar para viver ou morrer de amor • Polydor • LP
(1981) Mulher • Polydor • LP
(1980) Erasmo Carlos convida • Polydor • LP
(1978) Pelas esquinas de Ipanema • Polydor • LP
(1976) Banda dos contentes • Polydor • LP
(1974) 1990-Projeto Salva Terra • Polydor • LP
(1972) Sonhos e memórias-1941-1972 • Polydor • LP
(1971) Carlos, Erasmo... • Philips • LP
(1970) Erasmo Carlos e os tremendões • RGE • LP
(1968) Cara feia pra mim é fome • RGE • Compacto Duplo
(1968) Para o diabo com os conselhos de vocês/Todas as mulheres do mundo • RGE • Compacto simples
(1968) Erasmo Carlos • RGE • Compacto Duplo
(1968) O maior amor da cidade/Baby, baby • RGE • Compacto simples
(1968) Erasmo Carlos • RGE • LP
(1967) O Tremendão/Bilhetinho • RGE • Compacto simples
(1967) O Tremendão • RGE • LP
(1967) Vem quente que eu estou fervendo/O dono da bola • RGE • Compacto simples
(1967) Caramelo/O ajudante do kaiser • RGE • Compacto simples
(1967) Erasmo Carlos • RGE • LP
(1967) Capoeirada/Nenêm corta essa • RGE • Compacto simples
(1966) Alô benzinho/Sou feliz com a mamãe • RGE • Compacto simples
(1966) Deixa de banca/Você me acende • RGE • Compacto simples
(1966) Você me acende • RGE • LP
(1966) O pica pau/É duro ser estátua • RGE • Compacto simples
(1966) Erasmo Carlos • RGE • Compacto Duplo
(1966) A carta/Gatinha manhosa • RGE • Compacto simples
(1965) Festa de arromba/Sem teu carinho • RGE • Compacto simples
(1965) A pescaria/No tempo da vovó • RGE • Compacto simples
(1965) A pescaria • RGE • LP
(1964) Jacaré/Terror dos namorados • RGE • Compacto simples
(1964) Minha fama de mau/Amor doente • RGE • Compacto simples

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