Saturday, 7 April 2018

Sylvinha “Sylvinha” 1971 Brazil Psych Rock


Sylvinha “Sylvinha” 1971 Brazil Psych Rock
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It seems that it was yesterday, but exactly five years ago the Brazilian musical scene became poorer with the departure of Sylvinha Araújo, Silvinha, who began her professional career in 1967. The artist died in the 9 de Julho hospital in São Paulo, 56 years old, on June 25, 2008, a victim of breast cancer, a disease with which she lived for 12 years. In posthumous tribute, so that it is always remembered by the enormous talent, follows the LP of 1971, the third one of the discography initiated in the record company Odeon. This is the album that brought the re-recording of the song “Paraíba” by Luiz Gonzaga and Humberto Teixeira, which at the time earned him comparisons to singer Janis Joplin. The record was originally made in 1970 in a simple compact with the song “Canto de reis”, here present as a bonus track. Another re-record is “Risque”, Ary Barroso’s classic. The album, with a strong influence of soul music, also brings “You already died and forgot to lie down”, by Roberto and Erasmo Carlos, in addition to compositions by husband Eduardo Araújo and other authors….~


She began to sing with the choir of folk songs organized by her mother, a music teacher in São João del Rei (MG), performing in radio and cultural programs, around 1963. Later, included in the repertoire of the choir songs Beatles and Rita Pavone, artists she liked. 

In 1965, at the invitation of Aldair Pinto, she went to Belo Horizonte (MG), to work on the television show Programa só para Mulheres, followed two years later to Rio de Janeiro RJ, being launched in the Chacrinha program. Hired by TV Excelsior de São Paulo (SP), she sang for some time in the Program of the Incredibles, and soon afterwards she started performing on the TV show O Bom, by singer Eduardo Araújo, with whom she married. Still in 1967 recorded for the first time, the songs I will put to break and Spell of bud (both of Carlos Imperial), by Odeon. The following year he toured with Rhodia show, singing at Fenit, in São Paulo, and at the Copacabana Palace Hotel, in Rio de Janeiro, as well as other capitals of the country. Upon returning, she was hired by TV Tupi to return to the Incredibles Program, but six months later she was on TV Record. 

She recorded three LPs at Odeon in the years 1968, 1969 and 1971. Hired by RCA Victor from 1972 to 1975, she participated in this year’s show On the Rock Paths with Eduardo Araújo at the Teatro Bandeirantes in São Paulo and recorded four simple compacts. In 1975 he moved to the Copacabana label. 

After a few years away from the stage, Silvinha began to do some vocalizations and sporadic backing vocals in jingles and records, until, in 1978, the singer who was to record a piece was missing, being Silvinha called for the replacement. From then on, she became one of the most requested singers to record jingles. For over 20 years she was one of the most heard voices in Brazil in campaigns for Mc Donald’s, Coca-Cola, Unibanco, Varig, among others. 

Away from the publicity, it began to dedicate itself to the record label Number One (his and the husband). In 2001, he released the CD Suave é a Noite, with romantic songs. In 2007, he released a DVD commemorating the 40 years of the Young Guard, and was working on the dissemination of this work. 

When she died, she was hospitalized for 21 days at Hospital 9 de Julho, due to complications of breast cancer that she fought for 12 years. It was buried in Itapecerica da Serra…..~


The Brazilian singer and songwriter Sylvinha Araújo (Sílvia Maria Vieira Peixoto Araújo (Mariana), September 16, 1951 - June 25, 2008). In 1967, she recorded her first album, and the most successful song was “Minha primeira desilusão” (“My first disappointment”). The critic and music producer Nelson Motta called her “Brazilian Janis Joplin” after the release of the 1971 song “Paraíba” (over one million records were sold). We will sound her second album “Silvinha”, released on Odeon in 1971……~



Tracklist 
A1 Você Já Morreu E Se Esqueceu De Deitar 2:13 
A2 O Que Fazer Para Te Esquecer 3:10 
A3 Estou Pedindo Baby 2:16 
A4 Deixa A Cinza Deste Inverno Passar 2:37 
A5 Pra Toda A Geração 2:09 
A5 Paraíba 2:40 
B1 Risque 3:05 
B2 Seu Amor Ainda É Tudo Pra Mim 2:36 
B3 Leve A Vida 3:25 
B4 Nossos Filhos Serão Pais 3:46 
B5 É Minha Opinião 2:17 

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