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Caetano Veloso - In London mp3 track

MP3 1230 mb. | FLAC 1337 mb. | WMA 1720 mb.

Performer: Caetano Veloso
Title: In London
Country: Brazil
Style: Bossanova, MPB
Category: Latin
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: MP4 AAC AC3 TTA AC3 XM AHX


A1 A Little More Blue 4:55
A2 London, London 4:15
A3 Maria Bethânia 7:25
A4 Chuva, Suor E Cerveja
B1 If You Hold A Stone 6:06
B2 Shoot Me Dead 3:15
B3 In The Hot Sun Of A Christmas Day 3:14
B4 Asa Branca 7:20
B5 Qual É Bahiana

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Chappell Recording Studios


  • Arranged By [Strings] – Phil Ryan
  • Engineer – John Iles, John Timperley
  • Producer – Lou Reizner, Ralph Mace


Recorded at Chappell's Studios, London.
Mid 2000s reissue
Tracks A4 and B5 are bonus tracks. A4 on back sleeve listed as "Maria Bethânia", but on label and front sleeve listed as "Chuva, Suor E Cerveja".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: P6349-007-BR-21-A1
  • Matrix / Runout: P6349-007-BR-21-B1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6349 007 Caetano Veloso Caetano Veloso ‎(LP, Album) Philips 6349 007 Brazil 1971
838 561-2 Caetano Veloso Caetano Veloso ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Mercury, Universal Music 838 561-2 Brazil 2006
PAS- 25011 Caetano Veloso Caetano Veloso ‎(LP, Album) Paramount Records PAS- 25011 Venezuela 1971
LR135C Caetano Veloso Caetano Veloso ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle) Lilith LR135C Europe 2018
112.985-2 Caetano Veloso Caetano Veloso ‎(LP, Album) Famous, Music Hall 112.985-2 Argentina 1972

Songs in album Caetano Veloso - Caetano Veloso (London, London) (1971). 1. A Little More Blue. 04:44 320 Кб/с 95. 2. London, London. In The Hot Sun Of A Christmas Day. Caetano Veloso. 03:14 320 Кб/с 30. 7. Asa Branca. 07:26 320 Кб/с 39. отключить рекламу.

Album Caetano Veloso (1971). London, London Lyrics. I'm wandering round and round, nowhere to go I'm lonely in London, London is lovely so I cross the streets without fear Everybody keeps the way clear I know, I know no one here to say hello I know they keep the way clear I am lonely in London without fear I'm wandering round and round, nowhere to go While.

Transa is the fourth album by Brazilian musician Caetano Veloso, released on 1972 by PolyGram.

A towering figure in Brazilian music who, alongside Gilberto Gil and Milton Nascimento, spearheaded the hugely influential Tropicalia movement in the late 60s (Tropicalia devotees include David Byrne and Beck) before being exiled to London by the Brazilian military junta. Caetano is a hero in Brazil, albeit one among a plethora of extremely gifted singer-songwriters this country has produced.

Caetano Veloso is the third self-titled album by Caetano Veloso. It was recorded in England, when the artist was in an exile imposed by the Brazilian government of the time for being subversive. It is mostly sung in English and portrays a sad tone throughout, reflecting his feelings about homesickness and the absence of his family and friends. It was released first in Europe, and then in Brazil, in 1971. All tracks written by Caetano Veloso except where noted. Johnny Clamp – Photography.

Homesick Album Caetano Veloso (1971). His third album, still self-titled, is a love song for Brazil. He had been exiled to London, something which had not gone down well and resulted in one of the most homesick of all time. On songs such as A Little More Blue and Maria Bethania it is impossible to ignore how much he is longing for his home country. The album features a completely different sound than his previous tropicalia efforts, using jazz and folk musicians from London. In some ways it has more in common with Donovan than his normal Brazilian stylings.

The two men are Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso. It will be some time before they are filling arenas around the world or, in Gil's case, serving as a minister in the Brazilian government. In the summer of 1970 they are merely exotic fixtures on London's underground scene, jamming with Hawkwind and hanging out in art galleries, hippy communes and music festivals. I was astonished to discover how big these guys were," says Nik Turner from Hawkwind. Veloso also made music in exile, but his tended to be more introverted. He jokingly describes his 1971 album, London London, as "a document of depression". There are songs such as Little More Blue, with the lyric, "One day I had to leave my country, calm beach and palm beach"; and the title track, with the bittersweet lament "green grass, blue eyes, grey sky, God bless". I had always admired British rock music," he says, "what I call 'neo-rock'.

There are Brazilian touches in the drums and Veloso's phrasing, but the album is more in the tradition of downer folk classics like Bob Dylan's Blood on the Tracks and Tim Buckley's Happy Sad. If that seems like heavy company, then seek out this emotionally rich and complex work by an artist who doesn't merely stand on the shoulders of giants - he is one of the giants.

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