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Milton Nascimento - Maria Maria / Ultimo Trem [2004]

Milton Nascimento - Maria Maria / Ultimo Trem [2004]

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Maria Maria
1. Maria Maria
2. Cozinha
3. Pilar (do Pila)
4. Trabalhos (Essa Voz)
5. Lilia
6. A Chamada
7. Era Rei E Sou Escravo
8. Os Escravos de Jó 
9. Tema dos Deuses
10. Santos Católicos x Candomblé 
11. Pai Grande
12. Sedução
13. Francisco
14. Maria Solidaria
15. De Repente Maria Sumiu
16. Eu Sou Uma Preta Velha Aqui Sentada
17. Boca A Boca
18. Maria Maria (Nova Maria)

Ultimo Trem
1. Abertura: Minas
2. Ponta de Areia
3. Povo da Raça Brasil
4. A Viagem
5. Encontros E Despedidas
6. A Lua Girou
7. Bicho Homem
8. Decreto
9. Olho d'Água
10. Ultimo Trem
11. E Daí?
12. Saídas E Bandeiras
13. O Velho
14. Bola de Meia, Bola de Gude
15. Oração
16. Itamarandiba
17. Roupa Nova
18. Ponte de Areia



Previously unreleased double CD from one of the giants of Brazilian Music featuring highly sought after versions of Milton classics recorded between 1974 and 81. Featuring classic Milton tracks such as ‘Os Escravos De Jó’, ‘Ponta de Areia’, ‘Minas’, and ‘Maria Maria’, Milton considers these the ‘definitive’ versions of his classics.

The CDs are soundtracks to two ballets performed in Brazil in 1974 and 1981 and are packaged in a luxurious 8 panel Digipack that includes an introduction from Milton himself, a 16 page booklet with detailed sleeve notes written by respected UK world music journalist Sue Steward, English translations of the song lyrics as well as never before seen photographs from the ballets –  it’s a must have package for any Milton fan as well as the perfect introduction to one of Brazil’s biggest musicians. If you only buy one Milton Nascimento CD then make sure this is it!

The CDs feature a who’s who of Brazilian artists from the 70s - artists in their own right who had huge individual careers in Brazil and were the core of Milton’s group of astoundingly creative musicians:

  • Fafá de Belém, Nana Caymmi & Aleuda – legendary Brazilian vocalists
  • Paulinho Jobim - master guitarist, flutist and 1st son of Antonio
  • Naná Vasconcelos - legendary afro influenced percussionist

Robertinho Silva, Wagner Tiso, Novelli, and Toninho Horta, collectively known as Som Imaginário, Brazil’s most influential psychedelic band.


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