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30-11-2015, 14:16
Music | World | Folk | FLAC / APE

Title: Mundo
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Warner Music
Genre: Fado, World, Folk
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 48:49
Total Size: 278 MB


01. Rio De Magoa (3:14)
02. Melhor De Mim (4:05)
03. Alma (3:10)
04. Saudade Solta (3:28)
05. Sem Ti (4:57)
06. Maldiçao (4:45)
07. Padoce De Ceu Azul (3:47)
08. Caprichosa (2:33)
09. Paixao (2:58)
10. Anda O Sol Na Minha Rua (2:24)
11. Adeus (2:52)
12. Missangas (3:36)
13. Sombra (3:49)
14. Meu Amor Pequenino (2:28)

José Manuel Neto - portuguese guitar
Pedro Jóia - acoustic guitar
Charlie Mendes - acoustic bass guitar
Alfonso Pérez - piano and keyboards
Israel Suárez 'Piraña' - drums and percussion
Joel Pina - acoustic bass guitar on “Maldição” and “Anda o Sol na Minha Rua”
Rui Veloso - piano on “Meu Amor Pequenino”
Javier Limón - guitarra flamenca em “Alma”
Carlos Leitão - viola em “Maldição” and “Anda o Sol na Minha Rua”

Produced by Grammy award winner Javier Limón, “Mundo” is her first new album in five years.

Once you have traveled all around the world, what's left to do, to discover?
14 years ago, a young singer released her debut album. Few would have ventured the journey she was then beginning would take her so far away from home for so long. Not even after that record, 2001's Fado em Mim, became a runaway success.

The journey encompassed all that followed. Four other albums (Fado Curvo, Transparente, Terra e Fado Tradicional), three live recordings (Live in London, Concerto em Lisboa e Terra em Concerto), atriumphant greatest hits album (Best Of), countless international tours and concerts in some of the most prestigious venues around the world, numerous global awards and decorations... And in so doing, Mariza's journey took her beyond her wildest dreams. You don't come home the same person you were when you left.

Or do you?

Mariza answers that question with the opening track on her new album: “Rio de Mágoa”, a classic Fado that sets in stone who Mariza is, where she came from. And once you know your roots, you can go on a journey –and it's that journey that is chronicled in this new album, her sixth studio recording and her first of entirely new material in five years.

The record is called “Mundo”. “World”. It's an appropriate title to describe all the world that fits inside it –a world that Mariza already had within herself, in her voice, but also the world whose doors opened to her as she traveled around it through the years.

Mariza is a Fado singer and she will never let go of, never forget, this music she heard from a young age. But Fado can be many things, as many as the singer wants it to be. And because Fado is always in Mariza's voice, it's always there even when it doesn't conform to its traditional image.

It's there in her voice, in the soul, in the passion she puts in every single track on this record, whether she is singing new material written by her producer, the Spaniard Javier Limón, or covering classics by the legendary Amália Rodrigues or the mythical Tango singer Carlos Gardel. Mariza's remarkable voice builds a bridge between many different kinds of music under the all-encompassing umbrella of Fado. Not yesterday's Fado, not a purist, traditionalist Fado; but a modern, contemporary Fado, open to the world, as befits a song that began as a sailor's lament.

Mariza's Fado is a different, adventurous Fado, that expands beyond the Portuguese borders in search of a new cosmopolitan identity. A new beginning, if you like, carried by a voice who always keeps her roots in her home country but knows that you need to learn and move on to soar higher, farther.

“Mundo” is a travelogue,a diary, a record of a journey, from Cape Verde to Spain, from Argentina to Portugal. All of it is present in Mariza's astonishing vocal and emotional range, a voice that shortens distances, folds time, makes the world smaller and brings it closer. Her voice, her songs, tell of “our” world, the world of music, of emotions, of Fado and all the styles swirling around it. But they also tell of her world–a world that has grown in the past five years, enriched by new landscapes, new places, new people, new influences. This is the world “Mundo” gives us.

It's Mariza's world. We're lucky to be living in it.

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