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VA - Dorival Caymmi Centenario (2014)

23-01-2015, 18:26
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VA - Dorival Caymmi Centenario (2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Dorival Caymmi Centenario
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Brazilian Rhythms
Label: Biscoito Fino
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 56:23
Total Size: 133 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Caetano Veloso & Chico Buarque - O Que E Que A Bahiana Tem (4:19)
02. Nana Caymmi - Sargaço Mar (3:33)
03. Caetano Veloso - Saudade Da Bahia (3:45)
04. Gilberto Gil - Rosa Morena (3:24)
05. Caetano Veloso - Dora (4:15)
06. Danilo Caymmi - Vatapa (3:08)
07. Caetano Veloso - Joao Valentao (3:51)
08. Mario Adnet - A Vizinha Do Lado (3:46)
09. Caetano Veloso - A Lenda Do Abaete (3:20)
10. Gilberto Gil - Samba Da Minha Terra (3:18)
11. Caetano Veloso - Sabado Em Copacabana (4:00)
12. Chico Buarque - Marina (4:08)
13. Danilo Caymmi - Nem Eu (4:32)
14. Dori Caymmi - O Bem Do Mar (3:46)
15. Nana Caymmi, Danilo Caymmi & Dori Caymmi - Cançao Da Partida (3:11)

Dorival Caymmi (born April 30, 1914 in Salvador, Bahia - August 16, 2008, Rio de Janeiro) is considered to be one to the most important songwriters in Brazilian popular music. The son of an Italian immigrant and a black Bahian woman, he has a distinctive style of his own and is the writer of many classic songs. The sambas, such as ‘O Samba Da Minha Terra’, have become standards of Música Popular Brasileira. He also wrote ballads celebrating the fearless fishermen of Bahia, including Promessa de Pescador and O Vento.

Although his songs celebrate the people of Bahia and he himself is enshrined in the popular Brazilian imagination as the archetypal Bahian, he moved to Rio de Janeiro to find fame in the 1930’s and never moved back to Bahia.

He became a contemporary and sometimes rival of composer Ary Barroso and enjoyed a lifelong friendship with Bahian author Jorge Amado. Dorival Caymmi first achieved success in the late 1930s with Carmen Miranda, for whom he composed ‘O Que é Que a Baiana Tem?’. He recorded for five decades, both singing solo with his own guitar accompaniment, and backed by bands and orchestras. In the 1960s many of his songs were covered by bossa nova pioneer João Gilberto, and he collaborated with Antonio Carlos Jobim. Among the many musicians heavily influenced by Dorival Caymmi are Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil.

Dorival Caymmi passed away at age 94 on August 16, 2008 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, of multiple organ failure.

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