Tag: Pedro Luís e a Parede

Nov 08 2005

Rabo de Lagartixa: Quebra-Queixo

Fiery Choro!   Dating back to the 1870’s, choro is Brazil’s most enduring and lively musical genre.  It is the heart and soul of Brazilian music.  A dynamic quintet, Rabo de Lagartixa is made up of Daniela Spielmann (saxes), Alessandro Valente (cavaquinho), Marcello Gonçalves (7-string guitar), Alexandre Brasil (electric and acoustic bass), and Beto Cazes …

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Jun 07 2004

Ney Matogrosso & Pedro Luís e a Parede: Vagabundo


The Surprises Continue   Ney Matogrosso seems to enjoy shaking the status quo and surprising his long-time followers. In addition to that, he is also a consummate interpreter that never ceases to search for new musical paths for his unending creativity. One does not even need to look back to when Matogrosso appeared in the …

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Sep 06 2002

Pedro Luís e a Parede: Zona e Progresso

Zona e Progresso

A Healthy Sense of Humor   Pedro Luís (1960) is an obstinate musician who rapidly found his way in the Brazilian music scene. Sometimes, though, he and his band tend to sound a bit chaotic to me. Vocals drown a bit in the heavy percussion. This CD Zona e Progresso by Pedro Luís e A Parede (PLAP) …

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