Carioca band, led by the vocalist from Luís Carlos Porto of Ceará. Em Busca do Tempo Perdido is the only record of the band Peso, which unfortunately had a short life. It all started in 1972 at a music festival in which Luís Carlos presented the hit Pente to the public (which did not go into the album, and only a few years later was released in the form of a compact, along with the weak Suzi music). After this festival, Carlos was able to join a staff for the formation of Peso. Making a rather heavy sound (the name is not in vain) and quite technical, the set sends a Hard Rock first, with some traces of Blues and the traditional ballads. The interesting thing about listening to a band from Rio de Janeiro (for those who are used to hearing so many bands from São Paulo) is the difference in the footprint. The sound runs much more loose and stripped … Not that this is good or bad. It’s just different. The album was considered by Superinteressante as one of the main Brazilian rock albums…..~
The rock group O Peso was formed in the city of Rio de Janeiro in 1974. The band’s history began in 1972 when Luis and his partner Antonio Carlos Fernando took part in the “VII FIC” with the song “O pente”. After this performance, the duo broke up,
but Luis Carlos collected a group of local musicians and in 1975 signed a contract with Polydor.
Here they released the only album “Em Busca do Tempo Perdido”, in which elements of blues and rock blended. In the late 70’s the group completed its activities and tried to renew it in 1984 with the activation of the rock movement in Brazil. Luis Carlos.
During this period, they performed performing their old repertoire. There was no question of writing a new material…..~
01. Sou Louco Por Voce 3:50
02. Nao Fique Triste 2:55
03. Me Chama De Amor 6:21
04. Só Agora (Estou Amando) 3:48
05. Eu Nao Sei De Nada 6:20
06. Blues 6:51
07. Lucifer 3:27
08. Boca Loca 3:33
09. Cabeça Feita (Guilherme Lamounier/Tibério Gaspar) 3:57
10. Em Busca Do Tempo Perdido 4:04