Saturday, 19 May 2018

Octávio Burnier "Dança Infernal “ 1979 Brazil Latin Jazz Fusion


Octávio Burnier  "Dança Infernal “ 1979 Brazil  Latin Jazz Fusion
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"It’s very common for us to turn on the radio, listen to a song, like it or not, listen to another and another, without any idea of ​​the work that exists behind this execution, of the care and dedication that this work demands for a good result. It is true that music is, or should be, a source of pleasure, a relax for our ears that suffer so much with all kinds of noises in our daily life. In this way, the author, interpreters, arrangers and musicians would be less intermediaries of fun products.It is important to point out that there are differences between the products that reach the media and that, above all, there are musicians who are dedicated to a work that is part of their lives, like music itself. is the case of Octavio Burnier, a 26 year old carioca, a life dedicated to music. Octavio is a person full of life, a professional conscious of the work that develops, a personality characteristically attentive to what happens around him. He is a musician who dedicates himself to his instrument, who cares about the clothing that will be given to his creation (and an excellent arranger) and never forgets to see how he can get closer to his audience and how the music market goes developing. In short, is a professional without a shadow of a doubt. He embraced the guitar since he was a boy and never abandoned him, with eyes and hearts open to hear and to create. Octavio has a style all his own, a way to talk to his guitar and create sounds. Brings the mark of the School Violonística of Luiz Bonfá by those who have deep admiration and of who absorbed a characteristic sonority, enriched that was by what springs from musicality of himself. Just as he watched Bonfá’s fingers roaming freely over the guitar’s arm, Octavio surrenders to the instrument by living every chord and every variation, and in that way he can record what he likes to do, with the freedom to do what he wants. Alas, it is worth remembering Polygram’s daring to launch this basically instrumental album, in the MPB Contemporary Band, a daring one that has as its weapon the talent of a musician who knows very well what he wants and what he does in the middle of this "INFERNAL DANCE "for a share of the musical market of this holy land of so many races, so many fights and so many carnivals.”…..~



Octávio Burnier, whose pseudonym today is Tavynho Bonfa (or was Octávio Burnier the pseudonym?), is a nephew of the time-honored guitarist, Luiz Bonfá, the composer of the Brazilian hit, Clarear, and the other half of the Brazilian Pop duo from the seventies, Burnier & Cartier. 
Well, straight-ahead Radio Pop it never was, with all the Jazz and psychedelic Folk influences their music contained. And so unsurprisingly, Octávio Burnier’s solo album is something like a continuation of Burnier & Cartier at the dawning of the eighties. 

Now in 1979 (when the album was recorded), there’s a strong influence from the dance-crazed late seventies, the effect of which is that Octávio’s solo album suffers a bit from that, those pieces have aged, in spite of the fact that the songwriting and the complex arrangements are still reminiscent of the music recorded in the context of Burnier & Cartier. 
On the other hand, there’s an emphasis on Octávio’s prodigious guitar chops. There are a couple of solo excursions, where his great playing is featured. He’s clearly a guitar master of the first ranks. 

So, perhaps this album lacks the consistency of the two Burnier & Cartier records, however, it’s a storehouse of great arrangements and most of all, a showcase piece of Octávio Burnier, the guitar master…..by…..yofriend ….~



Credits 
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals – Octavio Burnier 
Alto Saxophone – Jorginho* 
Backing Vocals – Papo De Anjo 
Bass – Dadi*, Jamil Joanes 
Cello – Márcio Mallard* 
Design, Illustration – Aldo Luiz 
Drums – Paulo Braga*, Robertinho* (tracks: 3A) 
Organ, Piano – Laércio De Freitas, Wagner* (tracks: 3A, 1B) 
Tenor Saxophone – Biju* 
Trombone – Maciel* 
Trumpet – Marcio* 
Viola – Penteado* 
Violin – Aizik*, José Alves (2)


Tracklist 
A1 Aproximação 4:02 
A2 Beijo Sumerso 3:22 
A3 Por Quase Nada 3:14 
A4 Zanga Aborígine 2:29 
A5 Dança Infernal 4:30 
B1 Dança De Rua 3:06 
B2 Todos Os Meninos 4:43 
B3 Um Dos Meninos E Sua Mãe 2:01 
B4 Dança Dos Ventos 2:46 
B5 Biruta 3:16 
B6 Exercício Matinal 0:58 

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