Saturday, 18 November 2017

Maat Lander “Seasons of Space • Book #1” 2017 Russia Psych Space Rock,Kraut Rock


Maat Lander “Seasons of Space • Book #1” 2017 Russia Psych Space Rock,Kraut Rock…recommended..!
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Russian trio and Scandinavian collective offer instrumental space rock jams. Limited to 204 copies …


The second, eagerly awaited album by Russian space/kraut/prog rockers Maat Lander is intended as the initial volume in the ‘Seasons Of Space’ series. This edition is limited to 222 copies on BLACK VINYL…


And now in 2017 Russian space-kraut prog rockers MAAT LANDER are continuing the story of their main protagonist. Announced as a series in fact, what the album title is going to reveal. This is based on an eccentric, fictional, mystical affair, maybe you can also call this a modern myth. It started in 2015 when Maat invented and created his own universe. Meanwhile he has the courage to travel across. And the band invites us to escort him, through the insane world of their space adventurer. His experienced staff, consisting of the psychonauts Ilya Lipkin as well as Arkady and Ivan Fedotov, will lead us through all highs and lows, twists and turns. Promised. Hereby we are confronted with intelligent gas-shaped lifeforms and other creatures … but don’t worry, lift-off asap! 
As the songs are nearly clocking at 80 minutes in total, the vinyl version, released on the German label Clostridium Records, goes without the last three tracks. Or the other way round if you will, this are bonus tracks when it comes to the CD release. Where hereby, pointing to the debut, the extended The Birth Of Maat’s Galaxy comes as a live version, recorded in Abstrakhan. Maat’s excursions are mellowed with some short Galaxy Passage interludes exclusively built by acoustic guitar and synths. As it goes with such adventures in general, even be it physical or mental, you will be faced with dangerous moments full of courageous moves. In the same way as calming floating parts then again, when moving from one point to the other. Hence you won’t die of boredom. 

Exemplarily the hypnotic Crimson Turtles comes with tricky multi-tracked guitars which are looping as well as soloing. Surely an album highlight, concerning the dynamic gradually increasing into a rather furious fast-paced issue. The bass lines predominantly sound like electronically generated, appealing nevertheless. The Constellation Of The Mirror Fish shines due to its mellow spacey flow. And surprisingly the guitar entertains in a jazzy manner during Fields Of Serenity, or a trumpet appears on the meandering Maat’s First Mistake. So this is not old school space rock, never ever. Just a very unique outfit with entertaining compositions, where the provided atmosphere is melancholic and somewhat aesthetic, fairly eclectic. With their sophomore studio album Lipkin and the Fedotov brothers ultimately have bundled together, very impressing. I’m sure Book #2 is already in the making…… by Rivertree …progarchives


Continuing to the recently released Split EP with Øresund Space Collective, the Russian cosmonauts of MAAT LANDER will bring their musically set season Seasons Of Space · Book # 1 with their already second official album . 
Sophisticated jam sessions like the fiery double Planet Of The Inelligent Gas-Shaped Lifeforms and Crimson Turtles offer a variety of effects from synthesizers that tickle like passing stars, letting the listener enjoy and get to know the album in its relaxed way. 
Since the Muscovites are an instrumental trio, the main focus is on the singing guitar, which takes on the task confidently and for long stretches develops its own language, which is understood when one indulges in the album completely , So one discovers then, in addition to the varied and suspense-building drumming equally great basslines, which play for short distances completely undercover their own songs in the song. Acoustic guitars round it off, as on the EP before, skillfully and fit perfectly into the sound of the Russian Starfleet. And that makes the small but subtle difference to other, often resembling Space Rock bands. It’s the details that artists have to score with today. That’s exactly what MAAT LANDER doeswith Seasons Of Space · Book # 1 really good. 
Beyond the Space Rock there are always the small and nicely made up Jazz Parts to discover, for example in Fields Of Serenity , which emphasize the complex musical ability of the Russians. Dance Of Photonic Roaches , who gives birth as a pure Progressive Rocker, moves in sovereign climes of Opeth or Steven Wilson , without having to hide behind them, is really pretty tricky . 
Anyone who doubts MAAT LANDER can finally be persuaded by the wonderful finale of The Constellation Of The Mirror Fish , which gives the listener a sweet and melancholy goose bump with his acoustic guitar and the accompanying chord progressions, while Floyd typical synth sounds sound like a beautiful mandala! 
Of course, Seasons Of Space · Book # 1 will be released on the Bochum label Clostridium Records on Colored & Black Vinyl. The CD Digipack is also supplemented by three bonus tracks. Both formats are available through the label shop at a fair price. 
This album will whet your appetite and should be shared with candlelight and wine with friends based on old Pink Floyd , Opeth , Steven Wilson , The Mars Volta , Hawkwind , Karakorum and many more. 
Daniel Wieland, 10.11.2017…




  Maat Lander is a Russian band that originated during a live jam between some members of Vespereo and The Re-Stoned and consists of: Arkadiy Fedotov (Vespero) - bass guitar, synthesizer and effects, Ilya Lipkin (The Re-Stoned) - soprano , acoustic guitar and effects and Ivan Fedotov (Vespero) - drums and percussion. 
The 10 songs for the debut album “The Birth Of Maat’s Galaxy”, from 2015, were recorded in the VMS Studio of Vespero in Astrakhan and in the Rushus Studio of The Re-Stoned in Moscow and released by the RAIG label. 
Their second album, “Dissolved In The Universe” is a live rendition of 5 of the debut album’s songs plus a new song and has been released on vinyl via Clostridium Records. 
Together with Öresund Space Collective from Denmark / Sweden, the band recorded a split album, which will be released in March 2017 via the Clostridium Records label in a limited edition of 222 copies on black and 111 pieces on 180 gram colored vinyl. 
Maat Lander’s music was recorded and mixed and mastered by Ilya Lipkin between September and December 2016 in the VMS Studio in Astrakhan and the Rushus Studio in Moscow. 
The new album from the band “Season Of Space Book # 1” is the successor to “The Birth Of Maat’s Galaxy” and is the second part of the series “Season Of Space”. 
The album will also appear in Clostridium Records in November 2017 and will be printed on vinyl in a limited edition of 300 copies, 
On the album the guest musicians play Dr.Space - synthesizer (1 song) and Andrei Solovyov - trumpet (1 song) and it is also worth noting that the CD contains 3 bonus tracks. 

The album starts with “Planet Of Intelligent Gas-shaped Lifeforms” and in it I hear the band play a nice quiet, spacious piece of music, which has a recurring rhythm, so the song sounds slightly hypnotic. 
Then the band lets me enjoy “Crimson Turtles”, in which the music is an up-tempo mix of kraut-, spacerock and progressive rock, in which the tempo is performed towards the end of the song and also contains a hypnotic rhythm, so I in a slight trance touch and this song is followed by the short “Galaxy Passage # 1”, in which I hear a quiet piece of guitar playing, accompanied by spatial synthesizer sounds. 
Then the band presents me “Fields Of Serenity” and I get to hear a wonderfully quiet piece of hypnotic spacerock, which changes after a few minutes and switches the band to making jazz, which is mixed with progressive rock and at a rather high level. tempo, creating a nice and danceable song, which is played out at the end in a quiet tempo and is followed by “The World With The Ocean With No Dry Land”, in which Dr.Space participates and the band gives me a brilliant light psychedelic number, which starts at a not too high pace, but after a few minutes more speed, which creates a swinging whole, to be closed at a quiet pace. 
In “Galaxy Passage # 2” I get another wonderfully quiet piece of guitar playing and in “Dance Of Photonic Roaches” Maat Lander shows me a swinging progressive rock song that contains a recurring theme, making the music hypnotic. 
Then I hear the last song of the LP, entitled “The Constellation Of The Mirror Fish” and here the band plays such a wonderfully quiet song, which borders on symphonic rock and this is followed on the CD by the first of the 3 bonus tracks “Maat’s First Mistake”, in which Andrei Solovyov participates. 
Here the band plays an excellent mix of Spanish music, jazz and experimental sounds at a very quiet pace, after which I hear a 20-second piece of guitar playing, accompanied by a synthesizer tone (listen to this song via the bandcamp link below). the review). 
The last track of the CD is called “The Birth Of Maat’s Galaxy, Live”, in which I present a delightful mix of progressive rock and krautrock, which starts at a slow pace, but gradually gains more speed plus a slightly hypnotic rhythm, making it quiet is no longer possible. 

“Season Of Space Book # 1” by Maat Lander is a fantastic album, with which the band has fascinated me from beginning to end and I can highly recommend this album to everyone, who likes progressive rock, krautrock and / or spacerock. 

* The music of this band / artist can also be heard regularly on Monday evening between 8:00 PM and 10 PM (European time) in the radio program Carry’s Music Machine ……






Line-up / Musicians 
- Arkady Fedotov / bass, synth, effects, flute 
- Ilya Lipkin / electric & acoustic guitars, effects 
- Ivan Fedotov / drums, wave drum, drum machines, samples 

special guests: 
- Dr. Space / synthesizer (5) 
- Andrei Solovyov / trumpet (9)


Songs / Tracks Listing 
1. Planet Of The Intelligent Gas-Shaped Lifeforms (7:58) 
2. Crimson Turtles (8:33) 
3. Galaxy Passage #1 (1:16) 
4. Fields Of Serenity (12:43) 
5. The World Of The Ocean With No Dry Land (9:58) 
6. Galaxy Passage #2 (1:57) 
7. Dance Of Photonic Roaches (7:05) 
8. The Constellation Of The Mirror Fish (5:57) 
9. Maat’s First Mistake* (7:19) 
10. Galaxy Passage #3* (0:18) 
11. The Birth Of Maat’s Galaxy [live]* (16:22) 

Asep Stone Experience "Golden Soul" 2015 Swiss Psych Blues Rock


Asep Stone Experience  "Golden Soul" 2015 Swiss Psych Blues Rock 
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The first Album Music Record from Guitarvirtuoso Asep Stone from England. Authentic selfmade psychodelic Blues-Rock…


Golden Soul - the debut work of the almost unknown at us now collective-heir of the great Jimi. They come from Zurich, Switzerland. The guys began to play in the parks, on the embankments, overplaying the compositions of Hendrix, and now, having gained popularity with the public, they collected money for the recording of their own album, which consists of 18 tracks,

Asep Stone was born in Bandung, Indonesia. He discovered a natural talent for the guitar and taught himself to play in a wide range of styles. He first performed at the age of 14 to an audience of nearly 20,000 people at the Bandung Gladiator Rocks Festival. He played extensively at venues in Indonesia and moved to the UK in 1993. He travelled all around the UK, performing original music with Stone Free. In 1999 Asep formed Purple Haze, who appeared on BBC Sessions and played with former Hendrix bass player Noel Redding at an auction of Jimi’s guitars. Noel was keen to play with Asep again, but sadly died shortly after their meeting. Purple Haze toured the UK to great acclaim, but split up in 2004. In 2007 he moved to Switzerland where he formed Asep Stone Experience. He played various gigs around the country and started recording his own songs…


Asep Stone comes from Bandung, Indonesia. He discovered there at a young age his natural talent for the guitar and the music. He began to make music in various musical styles. He gave his first concert at the young age of 14, before 20,000 spectators, in his hometown of Bandung on Gladiator Rocks Festival. 
He has played around Indonesia and settled in 1993 in England down. With its specially composed music he toured with the band was founded on the spot “Stone Free” all over England. 
In 1999, Asep founded the band “Purple Haze”, whose musical performance with former original bassist of Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding, was broadcast on BBC. This in an auction of original guitar of Jimi Hendrix in Cork, Ireland. Asep aroused great interest in Noel Redding, to give more concerts together. However, Noel passed away unexpectedly a short time after their meeting. To great acclaim from fans, the band “Purple Haze” continued to tour through England. The band broke up finally on the year of 2004. 
In 2007, Asep moved on to Switzerland, where he formed his current band “Asep Stone Experience”. The band gave several concerts throughout the country, as well as repeatedly on the lakeside promenade in the city of Zurich, which earned her a large fan base. 
Asep Stone was known here as the born-again Jimi Hendrix. With his band “Asep Stone Experience” he plays diverse Jimi Hendrix songs, but has also begun to include new original compositions……







Tracklist: 
01. Golden Soul (1:16) 
02. I Wanna Show You (4:22) 
03. I Got No Reason (4:50) 
04. They Don’t Need (5:11) 
05. Get My Together (3:30) 
06. I Do It Tomorrow (4:07) 
07. Flower Child (3:51) 
08. In My Blood (7:39) 
09. To My Love (4:48) 
10. Wild Flower (2:56) 
11. Stone Free Every Day (5:56) 
12. One Of These Days (5:22) 
13. When I Say (3:57) 
14. Happy (3:20) 
15. Flower Heaven (4:39) 
16. Crazy (4:14) 
17. Hoochie Coochie Man (5:17) 
18. Voodoo Child (7:08) 

Metá Metá ‎ “MM3” 2016 Brazil Jazz Rock,Avant Garde Jazz,Experimental,Art Punk


Metá Metá ‎ “MM3” 2016 Brazil Jazz Rock,Avant Garde Jazz,Experimental,,Art Punk …recommended..!
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This is the ‘Afro-punk’ sound of Metá Metá, five of São Paulo’s most sought after musicians, struggling to survive the 21st century sonic schizophrenia of their home city. …..


Based in São Paulo, Metá Metá have played a key role in the city’s thriving experimental music scene, mixing samba and Afro-Brazilian candomblé with jazz and rock. Now they have added north African influences, inspired by visits to Morocco, in an album that constantly changes style and pace – often in the same song. Opener Três Amigos sets the mood, starting as an atmospheric piece with an Arabic edge and relaxed vocals by Juçara Marçal, before switching to a furious blitz of sound by saxophonist Thiago França and guitarist Kiko Dinucci, who played a key role in an extraordinary recent album from Elza Soares. Elsewhere, the songs vary from the cheerful and breezy Toque Certeiro (featuring scat vocals from Marçal that have the easy charm of Joyce Moreno) to passages that sound like an angry Brazilian post-punk thrash, influenced by their country’s political crisis….by…Robin Denselow…Guardian review


The consistently great brazilian output Metá Metá is back with their third album MM3. Juçara Marçal, Kiko Dinucci and Thiago França have been on pair with many of the top musical acts worldwide for some time now, and with MM3 the band finally returns to their main project (all three of them have been involved with excellent side-projects for the last four years), and once again, they show why they´re such an acclaimed band. This record sets a new songwriting standard for them, with different song structures and many other influences, displaying a plural and versatile aesthetic that sounds even richer than before. MPB, jazz, rock, avant-garde, dub and much more, all flow around these peculiar tracks with beauty and fluidity, never sounding incoherent or dislocated, and while they bring out many other long-time collaborators, it is their own blend of personal contributions that creates this vivid imagery that is hard to ignore. Even though it might not be the finest collection of songs they released together, MM3 will most likely remain one of their most cohesive and intriguing work yet. Highly recommended…..by….EMR…


Metá Metá, one of the more consistently fresh, jazz-rock/art punk groups to come out of Brazil, sadly end their consistency streak with a rather middling effort this year. From what you’ve come to expect from this band, this record will be a breeze to listen to for both longtime fans and newcomers alike, but it’s at this point where their style starts to get a bit stale for me. The way I see it, every element of MM3 whether it being the song structures or the specific performances of each member rarely ever go beyond the level of “getting the job done.” Despite how hard I tried to love this, the record overall, though mostly unadventurous, is fine for what it is and has its fair share of seducing moments thanks to the excellent musicianship and quality production work…..by….SiberianBreaks…


A very fine surprise. Brazilian combo Metá Metá plays a varied blend of rock, jazz and MPB that is very personal and attractive. On ‘MM3’ all 9 songs are winners, the instruments (sax, guitar, bass and drums) are really well played and the female vocals seduce the listener with ease. There are some slightly abrasive moments, but overall the music is very accessible, without being commercial. One of the best albums of a year with plenty of very good releases…by….eastford 


In his new album Metá Metá snatches the ‘strangeness’, by the unusual mix of Samba, Jazz, Candomblé, Art Punk and everything else that comes his way. It is melodic for a few minutes (or seconds) as in the opening track 'Três Amigos’ (which gives me the impression that it was influenced by Gentle Giant), 'Imagem do Amor’ or 'Angolana’. It is highly strange as in 'Angouleme’, 'Mano Légua’ or 'Obá Kossô’. However this sonorous house sounding and is extremely well executed. Well worth it, especially since it’s available for free download on the band’s website…


Metá Metá is a trio from São Paulo — singer Juçara Marçal, saxophonist Thiago França, and guitarist Kiko Dinucci. Their source materials are a clutch of moves taken from rock and various strains of improvisation, as well as the rituals of Candomblé, the Afro-Brazilian religion that uses music and dance to summon the spirits of deities known as orixás. On their exceptional third album MM3, Metá Metá’s flow constantly takes them toward the ecstatic. The final track, “Oba Koso,” is a traditional chant to the orixás, rearranged into a circular, nine-minute thrash. “Imagem do Amor” starts with a modest guitar figure that the band enlarges, alternating flurries and near silences that highlight their rhythm section for this album, bassist Marcelo Cabral and drummer Sergio Machado. In Portuguese, Marçal sings about “birth,” which a Brazilian source tells me is most likely about reproductive rights, as abortions up to three months were just legalized. (By email, França avoided specifics but allowed that “there’s a feeling of despair, pessimism, and anger in some of the lyrics that comes from this turbulent time we’re living, this dark cloud of political and social instability.”) If we need to channel jazz back into rock via São Paulo, so be it. (from Vill VCE) 


The punk jazz trio from São Paulo released their third album “MM3” on August 26th and will be performing on September 4th at the Ile de France Festival in Paris. 
Spotted in 2014 in our series new sounds of Brazil , the paulist trio Metá Metá had given us a memorable live session behind the scenes of Trans Musicales. Artists emblematic of the rich scene of São Paulo, the singer Juçara Marçal, the saxophonist Thiago França and the guitarist Kiko Dinucci are about to release their third album “ MM3 ” on the label Jazz Village. A new ecstatic and libertarian cry against the corruption of the Brazilian society at a time when the Rio Olympics are trusting the chains of the whole world. Between jazz punk improvisations and post-rock melodies, incantatory songs and Afro-Brazilian influences, Metá Metá transcends new musical universes with a darker album than the previous ones.
Formed in 2008, Metá Metá, which means “three at the same time”, released in 2011 a first album with a minimalist sound with few instruments, between imaginary folklore inspired by Candomblé, one of the Afro-Brazilian religions where every Orixa (divinity) has his song and his rhythms. A year later, their second album “ Metal Metal"was a radical change with a much more powerful and massive sound, mixing traditional Brazilian, African, Latino, free jazz, punk and avant-garde influences.On this new opus with complex arrangements, the trio evolves in another direction and reveals strong influences from Morocco, Ethiopia, Niger and Mali The three activist musicians are joined here by Siba, Rodrigo Campos, bassist Marcelo Cabral and drummer Sergio Machado all from the independent music scene of São Paulo.

"Our music is directly influenced by the current crisis, it is marked by anxiety and turbulence, on the eve of a coup d'etat. We are witnessing the arrival in power of the most conservative, reactionary and fascist faction of society, infected by a hatred of civil rights. A hate picked up, stoked and spread by the big media, hundreds of TV channels, news magazines and magazines, which are concentrated in the hands of five wealthy and very powerful families. Funny period to make music in Brazil but, precisely for this reason, it is all the more important that the art brings its counterpoint to so much misinformation and hate, and suggests the possibility of a better world and more tolerant.” ..Meta Meta"…..by Guillaume Schnee…


Two previously unreleased compositions - Atotô, Sozinho - and a curious interpretation of the classic Me Perco Nesse Tempo - a song originally presented in 1986 by the São Paulo post-punk band The Mercenaries, and later re-recorded by Ira! as part of the album 7 , ten years later. Metá Metá EP (2015) today seems to announce the change of direction that marks the third and most recent unpublished album of Metá Metá, MM3 (2016, Independente). It was released to the public in May of last year and almost unnoticed by the band’s public. . 

From the intense rhythm and strong voice of Juçara Marçal in Angoulême , through the semi-carnival touch that invades Corpo Vão , until reaching the extensive Oba Koso , closing range of the disc, all the elements of the present disc are articulated in order to reveal a material as intense and urgent as the successful collection on the MetaL MetaL album of 2012. A collision of ideas and references that incorporates elements of African culture, play with jazzy emanations from the 1970s and end up finding punk in a new direction for work of the band. 

The very way the album was designed reinforces the trio’s urgency - complete with the presence of Kiko Dinucci (guitars) and Thiago França (saxophone). Recorded within a three-day break at the Red Bull studio in São Paulo, MM3 seems to be talking with the same fluidity of the group’s live performances. “ It’s a matter of detachment: we do not pretend to make a perfect record, to be right ,” Dinucci explained in an interview with Rolling Stone Brasil. “ The idea was to leave the band sharp and settle everything fast, live, with two or three takes, "he adds.
The initial instants of songs such as Toque Certeiro and Angolana are sufficient to realize the pulsating rhythm that governs the disc. A quick game of verses and arrangements, always precise, as if the trio avoided the complex imposition that guides part of the last two unpublished albums. Such acceleration at no time prevents the album from creating small atmospheric gaps. It is the case of the descriptive Image of Love , music that creates a true film in the listener’s head, or even the last Oba Koso , composition with more than nine minutes of duration and a hypnotic clash between the saxophone of France and the metal guitar of Danucci. 

While reflecting a resounding sonority of the last two unpublished works, throughout the construction of the work, the trio establishes small bridges for the different parallel projects that surround Metá Metá. It is easy to see the dense Image of Love as a typical product of Marçal’s first solo album, Incarnate (2014). And what about Mano Légua , music that could easily be found in some record of Paso Torto. A delicate expansion of the rich universe of ideas and references that of course supply the work of the band. 

Centered on the balanced interference of each member, MM3 , as well as the last two studio records of the band, opens for the arrival of different musicians and composers. While Siba divides the composition in Toque Certeiro , it is the responsibility of Rodrigo Campos, old partner of the trio, to take part of the verses in the inaugural Three Amigos . In the studio, the group is complete with the presence of Marcelo Cabral (bass) and Sergio Machado (drums), longtime partners (and collaborators in different projects) that help build the essentially versatile sound that marks the record……..By: Cleber Facchi…


Formed in 2008, Meta Meta is Jucara Marcal (singer), Thiago Franca (saxophone) and Kiko Dinucci (guitar). 
The new and third record, “MM3”, the group presents yet another path, strongly influenced by music from Morroco, Ethiopy, Niger and Mali. MM3 was recorded live in two days and brings a more flexible sound with almost liquid structures, raging dynamics and lots of improvisation, faithful to the ecstatic and catarthic feeling from the group live perfomances. It sounds darker then the previous one and yet danceble, lots of strange minor scales and rough, sometimes indistinguishable harmonies, and more intrinsic arrangments, difficult to determine wether the song starts or the solo. 
The album also features for the first time three songs composed by the three member of the group, along with colaborations with Siba and Rodrigo Campos. Joining the trio, bassist and producer Marcelo Cabral and drummer Sergio Machado, both very active musicians in Sao Paulos independent musical scene.
“Our music is influenced directly by the present political crisis, it´s filled with anguish and turbulence, we´re about to suffer a coup d´etat. We witness the most conservative, reactionary and fascist sector of our society rise to power, contaminated with hatred against a few recently conquested civil rights by women, black people, the LGBT community and the poorest people in the country, all promoted by the main media, hundreds of TV channels, newspapers and magazines, all belonging to only five super rich and powerful families. 
A strange time to be making music in Brazil, and for the same reason, a very important one, to counterpoint so much misinformation and hate with art, and trhought it, glimpse at the possibility of a better, more tolerant place.” Thiago Franca, Kiko Dinucco and Jucara Marcal. 


Biography 
Reflecting the political turbulence currently embroiling their country, singer Juçara Marçal, saxophonist Thiago França, and guitarist Kiko Dinucci create an upheaving, punk-style free jazz. Fighting repression through their music, Méta Méta draws heavily on Afro-Brazilian influences, their name meaning ‘three in one’ in the Yoruba language. Since releasing their album ‘MM3’ in Summer 2016 on French label Discograph, the São Paulo trio has been on tour, sharing their music, culture, and political messages with audiences across Europe. ....







Credits 
Artwork By – Kiko Dinucci 
Bass – Marcelo Cabral 
Drums – Sérgio Machado 
Guitar, Backing Vocals – Kiko Dinucci 
Layout – Frédéric Thiphagne 
Lead Vocals – Juçara Marçal 
Mastered By – Felipe Tichauer 
Mixed By – Gustavo Lenza 
Recorded By – Rodrigo Funai 
Saxophone – Thiago França


Tracklist 
1. Três Amigos 4:12 
2. Angoulême 2:01 
3. Imagem do Amor 5:57 
4. Mano Légua 2:45 
5. Angolana 4:03 
6. Corpo Vão 3:21 
7. Osanyin 4:43 
8. Toque Certeiro 4:09 
9. Oba Kosô 9:22 




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