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Helder Moutinho - 1987 (2013)

16-09-2013, 23:57
Music | World | Folk

Helder Moutinho - 1987 (2013)

Artist: Helder Moutinho
Title Of Album: 1987
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Universal
Genre: Fado, World, Folk
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 69:44
Total Size: 161 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Venho De Um Tempo. ( 4:26)
02. Quando O Amor... ( 3:53)
03. Rua Deserta ( 5:01)
04. Sudoeste ( 2:26)
05. Luto Inteiro ( 3:29)
06. Se Ao Menos Fosses De Vez ( 2:07)
07. Se Uma Janela Se Abrisse ( 3:35)
08. Volta A Dar ( 2:53)
09. Escrito No Destino (12:39)
10. Pequeno Amor ( 4:02)
11. Noite Em Claro ( 2:58)
12. Ja Nao Te Espero ( 3:16)
13. Maria Da Mouraria ( 5:19)
14. Vida ( 2:56)
15. Como Dois Barcos No Tejo ( 3:52)
16. O Que Sobrou Foi Amor ( 3:21)
17. O Fado Da Bia ( 3:22)

Once again remaining faithful to his habit of releasing one album every four years, the fado singer, composer and lyricist Hélder Moutinho is back in the recording studio this year with a concept album. The name of the album is 1987 and it is based on original poems written from scratch by João Monge, Pedro Campos, José Fialho and Hélder Moutinho himself.

After the albums Sete Fados e Alguns Cantos (released at the end of 1999), Luz de Lisboa (2004) and Que Fado É Este Que Trago (2008), this new album was recorded in July at the Marquês de Tancos Palace in Mouraria. Hélder Moutinho was accompanied by his usual accomplices: Ricardo Parreira (Portuguese guitar), Marco Oliveira (guitar), Fernando Araújo (bass) and the music producer Frederico Pereira.

The fruit of his own development as a singer, composer and creator of concepts for his albums and concerts, 1987 tells four independent stories, each consisting of four different poems written by the four lyricists who were asked to write songs for the album. In total, there are sixteen songs.

Inspired by four original tales, Hélder Moutinho’s poems respond to the (autobiographical) motto Os Dias da Liberdade (Days of Freedom) whereas Pedro Campos’ poems imagine the life of Maria da Mouraria (Maria of Mouraria), João Monge tells A História de Um Desencontro (The Story of a Mismatch) and José Fialho depicts O Luto de Uma Relação (The After-Effects of a Relationship).

This idea was reflected in the recording of the album in a space away from the traditional recording studio with excellent ambiance and acoustic conditions and where all the arrangements, audio recordings, videos and photo shoots also took place.

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