Friday, 25 May 2018

Luís Vagner Lopes "Simples" 1974 Brazil Soul Funk MPB


Luís Vagner Lopes  "Simples" 1974 Brazil Soul Funk MPB
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Gaucho de Bagé, Luiz Vagner Dutra Lopes was born into a musical family. Son of an Indian mother, his father was a telegrapher and amateur musician, who used the Sarará name, and his grandfather, besides being a photographer and a pastor, was a flutist. He soon began to live with artists in cities in the region. At the age of ten, he played drums and guitar. In 1963, he moved to Porto Alegre and this year, together with Luiz Ernani, Valdir, Jacks and Edson da Rosa, he formed the group The Jetsons. The group performed in dance meetings and accompanied the singers who appeared there, until they landed in São Paulo at the time of the Young Guard, as Os Brasas, with two other members: Franco, Anires Marcos and Edson. By that time, it had its first song, “I hurt Its Heart”, recorded by Demétrius. Starting with his solo career, with the dissolution of the group in 69, he recorded a compact with the songs “Journey to the South” and “Moro at the End of the Street”, also recorded by Wilson Simonal and Trio Esperança. In 74 he recorded his first LP, “Simple” and then “Things and Slates” (both on Chantecler). The following year came another record, “Guitarreiro” - a reference to his nickname in the musical medium, “Gaúcho Guitarreiro” - including various rhythms such as samba, chula, guarânia and alto-alto, with accent between reggae and the rock. In 79, he recorded another album, “Fusion of the Races” (Philips), whose song “Guria” was included one year before in the soundtrack of the novel Dancin ‘Days. Four years later he released “For the Love of the New People” (Copacabana), in which he recorded a composition by Jorge Ben, “Creole Glorified”, defended in MPB Shell 82. A year before, however, Jorge Ben himself honored him with the song “Luiz Vagner Guitar”. There are songs recorded by Luis Américo (“Camisa 10”), Sílvio Brito (“Magical Mirror”), Wando (“If You Want to Cry for Me”), Ronnie Von (“Silvia, Twenty Hours, Eliana Pittman, Paulo Diniz ("Como?”), Bebeto (“Segura a Nega”), and Lady Zu, Tony Tornado, among others. The guitarist continues to perform in Brazil at shows. In 2002, he recorded with the countrymen of Ultramen, a band from Rio Grande do Sul that mixes rock, reggae, rap and other styles…..~


01 - Chula Louca 
02 - Olha o Pedágio 
03 - Ah! Se Eu Soubesses 
04 - Você Já Viu Né 
05 - Tic - Toc 
06 - Nas “Planices” Muitas Luas de Paz 
07 - Só Que Deram Zero Pro Bedeu 
08 - Por Uma Mulher do Signo de Touro “Desengano” 
09 - “Nega Véia” 
10 - Eu Queria Ir Pro Céu 


Discography
Simples (1974) 
Cousas e Lousas (1975) 
Luis Vagner (1976) 
Fusão de raças (1979) 
Pelo amor do povo (1982) 
Conscientização (1988) 
Cilada (1990) 
Vai dizer que não me viu (1995) 
Brasil AfroSulRealista (2001) 
Swingante (2001) 

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