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Zuco 103 - Whaa! (2005) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

28-03-2014, 14:13
Music | Nu Jazz | Bossa Nova | Latin | Trip-Hop | FLAC / APE

Zuco 103 - Whaa! (2005) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Artist: Zuco 103
Title Of Album: Whaa!
Year Of Release: August 2, 2005
Label: Ziriguiboom
Genre: Latin jazz, Nu Jazz, Acid jazz, Trip-Hop
Quality: Flac (tracks + cue)/mp3
Bitrate: lossless/320 kbps
Total Time: 55:37 min
Total Size: 365 mb/133 mb

Zuco 103 - Whaa! (2005) (LOSSLESS & MP3)
1. Na Mangueira
2. Duele Le Le (feat. Dani Macaco)
3. Mayfly
4. Live Is Queen Omega (feat. Lee 'Scratch' Perry)
5. Nhá
6. Vivente
7. Whaa!
8. Vou Levar
9. Futebol
10. Conscience
11. Garganteiro
12. It's A Woman's World (feat. Lee 'Scratch' Perry)
13. Javé

Zuco 103 - Whaa! (2005) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Zuco 103 - Whaa! (2005) (LOSSLESS & MP3)
The multi-national Crammed Discs-Ziriguiboom-Six Degrees triumvirate is the force behind several tropical world salads, wherein classic and cutting-edge styles are shredded, tossed, re-imagined and transformed. Zuco 103 have released two previous exercises in frothy, mind-bending musical shape shifting. The Dutch-based trio consists of Lilian Vieira, a Brazilian-born chanteuse and co-composers Stefan Schmid (drums) and Stefan Kruger (aka Stuv, on keyboards), plus a tight back-up band that includes a sultry saxophone and a shimmering West African kora. The group's sonic language applies trip-hop, light jazz, electronica, subtle drum 'n' bass and other urban sounds to rich gleanings from the lead singer's ancestral samba, afoxé, bossa nova and forró, along with grooves from the Caribbean, Africa, and the Middle-East. Vieira swerves between sophisticated, hallucinatory evocations of Billie Holiday and Elis Regina (the Judy Garland of Brazil), torrid belting and offhand, conversational raps with all the risqué flair of a born scene-stealer. The mix is further enhanced by the presence of two legendary figures--Roberto Menescal, an arranger-singer whose career began in Rio during the sixties--and the brilliant, wildly idiosyncratic Jamaican producer, songwriter and vocalist, Lee "Scratch" Perry. --Christina Roden

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