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Policing? You really need to get a grip on this terrible inferiority compex from which you suffer. I will leave you to your fun and no longer open this thread.
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I hope you stick to your word this time and, yes, please don't come back. I was hoping the whole please "don't you ever talk to me in the future" scene was mutual...

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Welp, you have inspired me to blow off work and head down to the go-go bar. There I will hand my dollars over to your Brasilian sisters who have had enough sense to get as far away from you as possible. Don't talk to me in future.

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I will just ignore this sadness and keep on talking 'bout Hermeto, that is what this is about right? So, I can't find the albums I am looking for on soulseek.
You probably have the albums I want so could you upload them like you did with the UK thingy, mr. green genes?

That would be wonderful..

If it's true that all his compositions are going to be free on his site I just made a big mistake buying tudo e som. Well, supporting a musician is never a mistake I guess :P Does anyone have the cd of the itibere orquestra that plays the calendario do som songs? If so, how is it?

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Well you either like him or you don't, no need to get so aggressive towards eachother about it. Personally I think Hermeto is a fine composer and an incredible musician, plus he looks crazy, as if anything could happen, like his insanely cool piano solo on one of the vids for Peixinho. Personally I'm not here to argue, furthermore I don't see the pont of dissing a musician who cares more about the music being spread than the commercial value and sales.

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Hermeto Pascoal e Grupo
"No Pé de uma Montanha"
Festa da Música
Palco Praça do Papa
Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil
05-26-2007


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Personnel:

Hermeto Pascoal: voice, Keyboards, Sax, Accordeon, things, conducting and divine stage presence.
Itiberê Zwarg: Bass
Vinicius Dorin: Various Saxes and Flutes, keyboards.
André Marques: Piano
Fábio Pascoal: Percussion
Aline Morena: Voice, acoustic guitar,dancing
Ajurinã Zwarg: Drums

Special Guests:
Nenê: Drums, Piano
Zezé Freitas: Voice


About the recording:
Be Warned: This is a very limited audio register of this show. The capture was done with a sony camera shooting low quality mode (space restrictions and the only means I had to capture this). The mic makes the sound similar to a old AM radio station.
This is a quite dirty audience recording, the crowd did listen to the gig, but tended to talk in the quieter parts, and there is a fair amount of background noise. Actually there is quite a lot of talking, mainly during the intro drum sola.
At some points, the bass and the keys distort the sound and sometimes you can hear the wind hitting the mic.
I hope a better clear version surfaces around soon. Meanwhile you can have this for your enjoyment. Despite the clear limitations, the music overrides it easily. It was a magic night in Belo Horizonte.


About the gig:
A Magic cold night on the foot of the Hill. The wind blew steady. But the crowd, of the most assorted kind, came from all around to witness the Wizard to create magic for the ears, music for the heart...
The band played with a new set up featuring Itiberê Zwarg's son, Ajurinã on the drums and with Aline on voice. Hermeto really connected to the public... the musicians would get in and out of the stage and leave their mates soloing under Hermeto's direction.
They premièred a piece written to the music festival and Belo Horizonte, in which the musicians read some crazy poetry and play cardboard leafs...
The gig went non-stop and got the crowd going. A true music party. André broke his piano-keyboard stand playing at some point and the musicians' music sheets simply refused to stand up because of the strong wind against the stage...

Any help with the setlist are greatly appreciated

Track Info:

Part 1 (Hermeto Pascoal e Grupo BH 2007 - Part 1.mp2):

00:00 - 1 - Intro Improv. Arijunã Drum solo
03:41 - 1 - André hits the stage - Drum/Piano duet
05:17 - 1 - Itiberê and Aline hists the stage - Quartet Drum/Piano/bass/Free Vocals
07:20 - 1 - Aline exits - Vinicius hits the stage - Quartet Drum/Piano/bass/Sax
08:27 - 1 - Fábio hits the stage - O grupo resumes the improv, Aline returns
09:40 - 2 - Brazil com Z (aka Caio)
15:54 - 2 - Ilzinha
20:17 - 2 - Ilzinha - André literally breaks the piano
21:40 - 2 - Ilzinha - Hermeto hits the stage
23:11 - 2 - Ilzinha - Hermeto's first keyboard solo
27:49 - 3 - Mesclado
31:36 - 3 - Mesclado - Hermeto orders everyone out of stage except for André - Piano Solo
33:37 - 3 - Mesclado - one by one the musicians return to the stage
36:58 - 3 - Mesclado - Sax/pandeiro/piano trio
38:19 - 3 - Mesclado - They impose a 2/4 samba rhythm into a 3/4 song.
40:06 - 3 - Mesclado - Hermeto conducts the audience
42:48 - 4 - Depois do Baile
49:00 - 4 - Depois do Baile - Everyone leaves, exept for Itiberê - Bass Solo
50:30 - 4 - Depois do Baile - One by one the musicians return to the stage
53:20 - 5 - Hermeto's Lyrical/Harmonical Improv - "No pé de uma montanha" [on the foot of the hill]
56:31 - 5 - Hermeto conducts the audience
58:51 - 5 - Hermeto explains his new composition made dedicated to the Minas Gerais public
60:06 - 6 - Lindo Público de Belô e de Minas (Hermeto's new composition)
62:03 - 7 - Hermeto improvises on spot
63:04 - 8 - Forró da Gota
64:17 - 8 - Forró da Gota - Hermeto introduces and invites Nenê to get the drummer spot (they switch while playing!)
65:48 - 8 - Forró da Gota - Nenê takes the drums
67:30 - 8 - Forró da Gota - Nenê and Andre duo
68:31 - 8 - Forró da Gota - Nenê and Itiberê duo
69:54 - 8 - Forró da Gota - everyone leaves - Nenê solo
71:10 - 8 - Forró da Gota - Hermeto comes back with o Grupo
71:22 - 8 - Forró da Gota - ]Cut - Change Battery

Part two begins approx. 20 seconds after part one ends (switching batteries).

Part 2 (Hermeto Pascoal e Grupo BH 2007 - Part 2.mp2):

00:00 - 1 - [Hermeto orders Nenê to leave the drums and fill the piano spot. He announces a surprise, calls Nenês's wife Zezé on stage to sing a Nenê composition...
00:58 - 2 - Congo Mineiro (Nenê)
03:22 - 3 - Hermeto improv - keys and things
03:59 - 4 - Viva o Rio de Janeiro (aka Joyce)
09:45 - 5 - New composition - Hermeto teaches the crowd
10:47 - 5 - New composition
13:42 - 5 - New composition - Hermeto sends Vinicius to the keyboards! - Vinicius key solo
14:43 - 5 - New composition - Hermeto solos Vinicius' saxophone! - Hermeto sax solo
19:25 - 6 - Irmãos Latinos
22:54 - 6 - Irmãos Latinos - Hermeto and Vinicius duo -
24:16 - 6 - Irmãos Latinos - O grupo
24:38 - 6 - Irmãos Latinos - O grupo leaves, except for Fábio - Percussion solo
28:38 - 6 - Irmãos Latinos - o grupo returns
29:34 - 6 - Irmãos Latinos - Hermeto conducts the crowd
31:47 - 7 - Unknown - Aline Dace with the bass line
35:26 - 7 - Unknown - Hermeto conducts the audience
38:48 - 8 - Hermeto composes on the spot
42:40 - 8 - Thanks
43:30 - 9 - Hermeto solos the 8-baixos (accordeon)
44:41 -10 - Garrote
47:09 -11 - Hermeto's Farewell
47:22 - END

ENJOY.

Part 1:
http://rapidshare.com/files/34709946/Hermeto_Pascoal_e_Grupo_BH_2007_-_Part_1.mp2.html

Part 2:
http://rapidshare.com/files/34715426/Hermeto_Pascoal_e_Grupo_BH_2007_-_Part_2.mp2.html

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Hermeto banging a metal bowl and Fender Rhodes Solo...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCJY6AEGL2s

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Hermeto e Orquestra Popular - 23 Junho
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQm_swJT8_g

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Any resemblance with Dupree's Paradise, is merely a coincidence...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7ZFQsOrhmI

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More Hermeto madness and a true lesson about Brazilian rhythms...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHoQOeomDkQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWKAqqRFReo

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Hermeto e Orquestra Popular - 23 Junho
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQm_swJT8_g


WOW I didn't realize yesterday was HERMETO's 71th Birthday! Cheers Hermeto!

The name of the video above is 23rd of June, that is today. Please watch that vid and tell me if it hasn't any parallels to Zappa compositions...

He composed one song per day during one whole year and named the songs the dates and offers them as a gift to every person in the world. Each person has a song written on his birthday. He created the Calendário do Som [Music Calendar]... I can see a sort of outer conceptual continuity here...

Have a nice weekend everybody!

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Still tenuous, but a connection nonetheless. Theres also a write up in today's NYTimes but I don't think it's on-line yet.

Downbeat Mag.
By Howard Mandel

Bobby Sanabria
Mucho Aché

At 10 years old, Bobby Sanabria had an epiphany. He saw Tito Puente play for free in front of the project in which he lived in the Nuyorican Fort Apache neighborhood in the South Bronx.

“How could you not fall in love with this music?” asked the 50-year-old drummer, percussionis, bandleader and educator. “Tito led the band like Hannibal conquering Italy. It was—and still is—a religious experience. It’s all about an out-of-body experience. That’s why I tell people at my shows, ‘Thank you for coming to church tonight.’”

On stage—where he bursts at the seams with tour de force clavé—or in the classroom—where he exuberantly teaches Afro-Cuban big band classes at the Manhattan School of Music and New School—Sanabria’s commitment to take Afro-Cuban jazz into its next evolutionary phase effuses from every pore of his body. Just like he closes his e-mails, Sanabria exudes mucho aché (positive energy).

In his fire-storming new album, Big Band Urban Folk Tales (Jazzheads), Sanabria’s music explodes with a Puente-like gusto, while launching into new rhythmic and harmonic territory. On the “ultimate fusion” disc, Sanabria not only pays homage to the Latin jazz tradition with new compositions by himself and band members, but he also expands the repertoire to include Brazilian tunes, including two by Hermeto Pascoal, and even a brilliant rendition of Frank Zappa’s “Grand Wazoo,” complete with kazoos and turkey gobbles.

The Puente comparison humbles Sanabria. “Tito always supported everything I did, and we became close friends and colleagues,” he said. They did a series of duets called “Two Generations” on Sanabria’s debut 1993 album, ¡NYC Aché! (Flying Fish) with his nonet, Ascensión—the first time the timbales elder performed with another percussionist. “Tito inspired me in the sense that he proved that drummer/percussionists could be accomplished musicians. He was a total artist: a virtuoso player, an accomplished bandleader, composer, arranger and also a good dancer.”

Percussionist Willie Bobo offered another key influence to Sanabria, who showed him that he could “live two lives, one as a Latino musician and the other as a jazz musician, being totally adept at both with no compromises.”


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Howie Mandel writes for Downbeat? Wow, talk about a Renaissance Man...

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More pics from that magical show:Special Guests, Nenê & Zezé Freitas...

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cool stuff. i can't beleive that i might've gone through life never hearing this. what song is he playing here?

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... &q=hermeto

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That is the Peixinho (Little Fish) track from the Brasil Universo album (middle 80s).

You can get the full album here:
http://rapidshare.com/files/14542699/Hermeto_Pascoal_-_Brasil_universo.rar

Hermeto Pascoal - Brasil universo

1. Mentalizando a cruz
(Hermeto Pascoal)
2. Surpresa
(Hermeto Pascoal)
3. Peixinho
(Hermeto Pascoal)
4. Era pra ser e não foi
(Hermeto Pascoal)
5. Crianças
(Hermeto Pascoal)
6. O tocador quer beber
(Hermeto Pascoal)
7. Arapuá
(Hermeto Pascoal)
8. Salve, Copinha
(Hermeto Pascoal)
9. E nem dá pra dizer
(Hermeto Pascoal)
10. Sempre feliz
(Hermeto Pascoal)

This is a very exciting album with lots of experimentations such as connecting the saxophone's end to a snare drum (Surpresa), tuning bottles with water (Crianças) and prepare the piano by rolling adhesive tape on the strings to get a old western pianola timbre (Era pra ser e não foi) ... Link provided by Abracadabra LPs do Brasil

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Check out this amazing performance of Zurich off the Só Não Toca Quem Não Quer album (Only if you don't want it, you can't do it):

If you care about drumming, don't miss this. Keep in mind that this drummer (Marcio Bahia) is NOT left-handed. He only plays like that as a challenge...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bm36CPlVctw

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Some music for your weekend...

Snippets of a legendary Hermeto Pascoal e Grupo presentation in São Paulo,1978, in which you can see Stan Getz joining them on stage (parts 6 and 7). For the guitar players, check the parts with Heraldo do Monte (4 and 5).

The show was said to have kept going until 4:00 am, with Chick Corea and John McLaughlin eventually sitting in with the O Grupo as well...

Part 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99DfCJY71KQ

Part 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOqGURQkD9g

Part 3:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HyQ0qrbh-c

Part 4 (notice Chick Corea in the audience durig the first seconds, w/ Heraldo do Monte, Brazilian guitarist):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pxwm_87EtwY

Part 5 (w/ Heraldo do Monte, Brazilian guitarist):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ1xO1UToIk

Part 6 (w/ Stan Getz):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_w3rD_6wNE

Part 7 (w/ Stan Getz):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HaSKKI0hH4

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Hermeto e Grupo play a CAVE as an instrument:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOEdBOZemyw

Kettle solo:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tg_gk_YE2s

A podcast about Hermeto (in English):
http://miscvanguard.blogspot.com/2007/04/miscelnea-32-incredible-musical-journey.html

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Big Hermeto fan right here....a unique musical voice.....having said that, I only listen to him for a few days at a time....it does feel a bit sameish after a while.

Saw a really cool Youtube of him playing Monk's Round Midnight recently.


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Man I just can't get enough of Hermeto's music. Check this virtuoso guy, Carlos Malta, on reeds. This is the classic O Grupo line up which stood throughout the 80's.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDkkV5L6XZE

If you think Zappa's band did a hard job rehearsing 3 months in a row, 6 days a week, 8hrs a day, picture these guys, most of them living in the same remote neighborhood, rehearsing (or playing live) 350 days a year, Sunday to Sunday, 6 hrs a day, stopping only at Christmas and New years holidays :shock: When they were not rehearsing together, they were likely studying their instruments alone...

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Yo, how much did Mr. pascoal do with Miles Davis? Just the stuff on Live-Evil?


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Yo, how much did Mr. pascoal do with Miles Davis? Just the stuff on Live-Evil?


About this meeting of Giants (sort of bootlegged and mildly distorted from a guy's thesis without permission):

Originally, Airto (former Hermeto's bandmate in Quarteto Novo) was playing with Miles Davis and brought Hermeto to the US to participate in his solo release as arranger/performer and co-composer. Airto brought Hermeto to meet Miles and the two immediately empathized with each other. According to Hermeto:

"The music I recorded with [Miles], I showed him on the guitar, singing and playing guitar. . . . And man, I played a lot of music for him, nine or ten pieces, while he and Airto sat listening, it was really tense. . . . I never looked at him, and I wasn’t thinking about getting work, because I had already gone to the U.S. to work. . . . And Miles said, “ah, if I could only record all this music, it’s too bad I can’t record them all on one record”. When Airto translated it for me, I said, now let’s see how he is. Airto told him that I had also come to make my own record and that if he thought that I would just give him all this music—what’s up with that? He saw I was playing with him, because I was teasing him. He understood this. . . . After that day, we had a beautiful regard for each other.”

Miles recorded “Little Church” (Ingrejinha), “Nem um Talvez,” and “Selim” (another take of Nem um Talvez) on the Live Evil album. They were recorded in two sessions in 1970. But when Live Evil came out the compositions were credited to Miles. On the CD reissue of Live Evil, Hermeto was given credit only for “Little Church.” Miles was still listed as the composer of “Nem Um Talvez” and “Selim.” As some of you might know this was not the first time that Miles had taken credit for other people’s works. Joe Zawinul and Bill Evans claimed that Miles Davis stole credit for compositions of theirs. According to Airto, he and Hermeto were forced to sue Columbia to regain the rights to these compositions, ultimately succeeding only in the case of “Little Church.” Recently, Hermeto told a reporter that despite this incident, he and Miles remained friends up until Miles death.

After those sessions, Miles Davis invited Hermeto Pascoal to take Chick Corea's spot on a Japan Tour, but delays with the Brazilian buerocracy prevented Hermeto to make it because his documents didn't arrive in time.

A curious fact (the opposite of the the Mothers, anyone?): While in the US, Hermeto made his mind to let his hair and beard grow long. Hermeto was very proud of his new look. Before this, his pictures were rarely included on his record covers because he was considered “too ugly.”

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"Little Church" is amazing! I totally dig its atmosphere and melancholic mood it has.


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Hermeto Pascoal e Grupo
"No Pé de uma Montanha"
Festa da Música
Palco Praça do Papa
Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil
05-26-2007


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPjDQQ1zNU4

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Hermeto for Marimba and Vibes duo (tell me if you can't picture the synclavier playing that...)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6-HEvRSgxo

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hey MGG, I don't know anything about him and would like to check his music out. What would you recommend for beginners?


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