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Title:

Tristeza - Poema - Canto - Images On Guitar
The Legendary MPS Sessions - Remastered

Cover: front  /  booklet  /  back  /  disc 1  /  disc 2
matrix 1  /  matrix 2
Tracks:
  1. Tristeza
  2. Canto de Xango
  3. Round about Midnight
  4. Sarava
  5. Canto de Ossanha
  6. Manha de Carnaval
  7. Invencao Em 7
  8. Das Rosas
  9. Som do Carnaval
  10. O Astronauta
  11. Feitinha pro Poeta
  12. Dindi
  13. Consolacao
  14. Tristeza e Solidao
  15. Samba Triste
  16. Valsa de Euridice
  17. All the things you are
  18. Reza


  19. Samba Em Preludio
  20. Pai (Um Canto De Preto Velho)
  21. Filho (Batuque Para Um Orixa)
  22. Espirito Santo (Oxala)
  23. Marcha Escocesa
  24. Tributo A Um Amigo
  25. Quaquaraquaqua (Vou Deitar E Rolar)
  26. Cegos Do Nordeste
  27. Ate Eu
  28. Petite Valse
  29. Violao Vagabundo
  30. Conversa Comigo Mesmo
  31. Blues A Volonte
  32. Sentimentos, Se Voce
    Pergunta Nunca Vai Saber
  33. E De Lei
  34. Canto
Guitar Model: Author 3 by luthier Reinaldo DiGiorgio
Year of performance: Studio, 1966-1971
Studio RioSom and Studio Atonal (1966)
MPS Studio, Villingen (1967-1971)
Remaster Crew: Produced: Matthias Künnecke
Ar Direction & Design: Stefan Kassel
Digitally Remastered at Eastside Mastering Studios
Linernotes: Claus Schreiner, 2008 (German / Englisch)
Linternotes translated by Jörg Eipasch
Fotos: MPS & Claus Schreiner Archive
Special thanks to Douglas Payne & Stephan Steigleder
Total Time 155:46 min.
Label: Universal (MPS Record) (Germany)
CD number: 982 4376
UPC / EAN number: 0602498243763
Release Year: LP: 1967 / 1968 / 1971 / 1972
CD: 6 May 2008, Gemany
Also published as: Tristeza on Guitar (Track 01-10)
Poema on Guitar (Track 11-18)
Canto on Guitar (Track 19-26)
Images on Guitar (Track 27-34)
Last page update: 22 November 2016
Comments:  

BrazilOnGuitar says: Having the first LP pressings, the early CD re-issues, as well as the MPS recordings as Japanese pressings does it make sense to buy this sampler? We would say: yes. The recordings are released again now as
"Most Perfect Sound" remastered in 192 kHz/24.

Special about this double-CD is the 20 page booklet in English with a text by Claus Schreiner who wrote the accompanying "A Brazilian in the Black Forest".
He was not only eye- and ear-witness, but a companion and friend.
Claus Schreiner is the Baden Powell expert in Germany.

We thank Robert G. (Germany) for his translation.

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