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Arthur Verocai

Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP

Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP
Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP – Mr Bongo
Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP – Mr Bongo
Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP – Mr Bongo
Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP – Mr Bongo
Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP – Mr Bongo
Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP – Mr Bongo
Arthur Verocai – RSD 2017 Edition: Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road – Vinyl LP – Mr Bongo
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£24.99

ONE PER CUSTOMER PLEASE!

RSD 2017 REISSUE – Half-speed mastered at Abbey Road by Miles Showell, limited to 1000 copies only.

“I could listen to the album everyday for the rest of my life” Madlib

Caboclo / Pelas Sombras / Sylvia / Presente Grego / Dedicada A Ela / Seriado / Na Boca Do Sol / Velho Parente / O Mapa / Karina (Domingo No Grajaú)


For a very long time, we have been trying to re-issue this record; a true and complete album masterpiece in every sense of the word, considered by many people to be one of the greatest ever made, regardless of genre. The original Continental versions of the album now fetch around $2000.

This half-speed, deluxe edition released for RSD 2017 features unseen photography from the recording session. The audio source is the Continental tapes, mastered at half-speed by the legendary Miles Showell at Abbey Road in London – the most stunning reproduction ever made, accentuating the details and nuances that appear throughout this masterpiece.

Originally recorded at Studio Somil, Rio De Janeiro in 1972, the album was produced, arranged, directed by the self-taught, Arthur Verocai. Previously he had worked on many records in various capacities, with artists including Jorge Ben, Ivan Lins and Celia, this album gave him the chance to do his thing in it’s most pure form.

The 29 minute masterpiece, perfect in it’s arrangement and fusion of sonics, epitomises the sound of Brazil at the time; strings, guitars, pianos, break beats, basslines, synthesizers, vocals from the wonderful Célia and percussion from Pedro Santos. Bossa nova, samba, jazz, MPB, psychedelics and funk sit side by side effortlessly.

The album transcends the genre of Brazilian music, and infact all genres. Highlighted in part by the number of artists that have sampled from it; MF Doom, Ludacris & Common, Little Brother, Jneiro Jarel aka Dr Who Dat?, Dibiase and Action Bronson amongst others.

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