Saturday, 19 May 2018

Tim Maia “Tim Maia” 1973 Brazil Soul Funk MPB


Tim Maia “Tim Maia” 1973 Brazil Soul Funk MPB
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A great step forward for the legendary Tim Maia – working here in a style that’s even tighter and more sophisticated than before – yet still equally filled with funk and soul! The arrangements are a bit bigger than before, and the production a bit more professional – but that change only brings Tim into even more heavenly soul territory – with a mix of grooves and strings that lays somewhere between the best early 70s work on labels like Curtom or Motown! Tim’s got a new sense of majesty on the album – and also sings in English in a few spots – at a level that makes us wonder why he was never able to crack the American soul market at the time. An essential record from the man who brought American soul music to Brazil – with tracks that include “Over Again”, “New Love”, “Balanco”, “Reu Confesso”, “Preciso Ser Amado”, “Amores”, and “Do Your Thing Behave Yourself”…..~


The fourth studio album from legendary singer and composer Tim Maia is a masterpiece of soulful pop and contemporary Brazilian styles, exemplified by the hit “Gostavo Tanto De Você” and the gorgeous English-language “Over Again,” a gem of sunshine soul. The influence of Memphis is evident in the Booker T-esque instrumental “Amores” and the swamp funk of “Do Your Thing, Behave Yourself” and “Balanço,” while the timeless classic “Réu Confesso” showcases Maia’s songwriting skills in a samba-soul standard….~


In 1973, 4TH album where Seoul color became stronger. It is also famous for including the classic of Brazilian · soul such as Classical “REU CONFESSO” and “GOSTAVA TANTO DE VOCE” at the beginning. “PRECISO SER AMADO” singing with a guitar, musical songs such as mid funk “COMPADRE”, “OVER AGAIN”, “NEW LOVE”, “DO YOUR THING, BEHAVE YOURSELF” with bass drums, “Psych · Funk Instrument Until "AMORES” …. His fans know that he devoted himself to a cult religion and founded his own label “SEROMA”, but this work is a piece at the height of his creation just before that. It is a masterpiece in masterpiece that there is a direction that makes this work his best masterpiece…..~


One of the greatest singers in the history of Brazilian music, Tim Maia launched his fourth studio album in 1973. With some of the greatest successes of the career of the Rio hitmaker, such as “I Confess” and “I Fond of You”, the album returns this year to the shelves in vinyl of 180 grams, by the “Clássicos em Vinil” collection of Polysom. 
The album, recorded in Rio de Janeiro, was produced by Tim Maia, who also signs the arrangements with Waldir A. Barros. The 12 tracks are written by the singer, with the exception of “Peace in My World Are You” (Mita) and “I Like You So Much” (Edson Andrade). The album features Tim Maia’s unmistakable style and voice from start to finish!…..~


Polysom is reissuing some of the most valuable treasures of Brazilian music, most of which are virtually untraceable to date at reasonable prices in their original format. Only available in vinyl, we will find here artists including Jorge Ben, Verocai Arthur, Gal Costa, Tim Maia and many others……~


Brazilian Soul Legend. The fourth studio album from legendary singer and composer Tim Maia is a masterpiece of soulful pop and contemporary Brazilian styles, exemplified by the hit ‰ÛÏGostavo Tanto De Voc̻‰۝ and the gorgeous English-language ‰ÛÏOver Again,‰۝ a gem of sunshine soul. The influence of Memphis is evident in the Booker T-esque instrumental ‰ÛÏAmores‰۝ and the swamp funk of ‰ÛÏDo Your Thing, Behave Yourself‰۝ and ‰ÛÏBalan̤o,‰۝ while the timeless classic ‰ÛÏR̩u Confesso‰۝ showcases Maia‰۪s songwriting skills in a samba-soul standard……~


Amazing 1973 album from the legendary Brazilian singer and composer Tim Maia. ….~


Born in Rio 42 in the mid-1960s, he went to America to study music, after returning to the country, he became active in the Brazilian scene and established the soul scene of Brazil, the biggest contributor: Tim Maia. 
Tim Maia’s masterpiece album of 72 years, which also performs songs from songwriting, songs, guitar and percussion instruments and many other instruments……~


The two titles of this album that attracted me most are the first, “Réu Confesso”, and the last one, “Amores”, a pretty nice Blues Rock. I admit that the remaining 10 tracks were quite boring (except maybe “Balanço” and his guitar Folk-Blues). This Tim Maia (1973) is a continuation of his previous works, Tim Maia (1971) and Tim Maia (1972), but he is sorely lacking in variety. Tim Maia (1972) was quite varied and rather interesting. The register of Tim Maia is still Soul but with less Funk than before. The compositions are generally of average quality, quite consistent with the cool soul of North America. Strangely, the songs sung in English are a little better than those sung in Portuguese. Tim Maia (1973) is a rather disappointing album and rather minor in the work of Tim Maia….~


Maia has at least - at LEAST - five albums on Polydor, all self-titled, all featuring his big bear visage on the cover. Seriously, what’s up with that? Would it kill Maia to have actually NAMED his albums? Maybe help the rest of us poor saps figure out what’s what? Of the five Polydor LPs I’ve heard, this is the only one that I felt like really had some solid heat, namely “O Balanco”, one of the funkier cuts Maia rolls with. Snappy rhythm, funky cow bells ana vocals that don’t sound like Maia is trying to be the Brazilian Tom Jones. Just as back-up, he also includes a decent soul cut in “Do Your Thing, Behave Yourself” and another funky slice on “Amores”. Just remember, it’s the Polydor cover with “Tim Maia” written in red and he’s standing up in a blue shirt and…oh…you’ll probably have to get all of them and sort it out from there. Good luck…..~


Considered one of the greatest voices in Brazilian music history, Tim in 1973 released his fourth LP in studio and again taking his own name as a title. The album was recorded in Rio de Janeiro and produced by Tim Maia himself, carrying hits such as “I Like You So Much”, “Peace in My World Are You” and “I Confess.” 
The lp is back on the shelves of the stores by Polysom’s “Clássicos em Vinil” collection, in a 180 gram premium reissue from the original analog tapes. 
The re-launch of the Tim Maia lps meets the desire of its fans who were disputing the high prices of their rare lps in the Brazilian market. It is one of those albums that can not miss in a collection of Lps of Brazilian music. Viva Tim!……~



One of the greatest singers in the history of Brazilian music, Tim Maia launched his fourth studio album in 1973. With some of the greatest successes of the career of the Rio hitmaker, such as “I Confess” and “I Fond of You”, the album returns this year to the shelves in vinyl of 180 grams, by the “Clássicos em Vinil” collection of Polysom. 
The album, recorded in Rio de Janeiro, was produced by Tim Maia, who also signs the arrangements with Waldir A. Barros. The 12 tracks are written by the singer, with the exception of “Peace in My World Are You” (Mita) and “I Like You So Much” (Edson Andrade). The album features Tim Maia’s unmistakable style and voice from beginning to end…..~


Credits 
Acoustic Guitar, Arranged By, Mixed By, Producer, Vocals – Tim* 
Backing Vocals – Edinho*, Genival (2), Gracinha*, Amaro*, Paulo Smith, Sheila Smith (3) 
Baritone Saxophone – Maurilho Faria 
Bass – Barbosa (2) 
Congas, Percussion – Ronaldo* 
Cowbell – Mita* 
Drums – Myro 
Lead Guitar – Paulinho (7) 
Organ – Pedrinho (5) 
Piano – Cidinho* 
Tenor Saxophone – Aurélio Marcos 
Trombone – Edmundo Maciel 
Trumpet – José G. Amorim 
Trumpet, Arranged By [Strings] – Waldir De Barros 
Tuba – Carlos Gomes, Zdenek Swab* 
Twelve-String Guitar – Neco


Tracklist 
A1 Réu Confesso
A2 Compadre
A3 Over Again
A4 Até Que Enfim Encontrei Você
A5 O Balanço
A6 New Love
B1 Do Your Things Behave Yourself
B2 Gostava Tanto De Você
B3 Música No Ar
B4 A Paz Do Meu Mundo É Você
B5 Preciso Ser Amado
B6 Amores





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