LINDO SONHO DELIRANTE VOL.2 - 100 DARING RECORDS FROM BRAZIL (1976-1985)

BENTO ARAUJO ベント・アラウージョ

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規格番号
9788592179212
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1007809452
発売日
2018年12月27日
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9788592179212
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ブラジリアン・サイケについてポルトガル語/英語で書かれた話題の書籍! 100枚のレビューとオリジナル・カバーアートを記載したサイケ・ファン必携の一冊、LSDこと『LINDO SONHO DELIRANTE』の vol.2 が待望の入荷!MUSIC FROM MEMORYのコンピレーション『OUTRO TEMPO』リリース以降、一般的にも注目を浴びるインディー・ブラジリアンのインスト、エクスペリメンタルをはじめ、トロピカリアの流れを汲むサイケ~サイケ・ファンクなどなど稀少盤100枚をカラーで掲載。なにより嬉しいのが英語/ポルトガル語で書かれたテクストでしょう。インディー盤ゆえに情報がほとんどないような作品の解説は資料性高し。これは一家に一冊クラスと断言します!

Lindo Sonho Delirante vol.2: 100 daring records from Brazil (1976-1985) is the follow-up to Lindo Sonho Delirante: 100 psychedelic records from Brazil (1968-1975).
Book Specifications
ISBN 9788592179212
232 pages
21 x 19.5 cm
600 grams

Fully colored
Cover in 300g/m² coated paper, core in 115g/m² coated paper, PUR binding
Texts in Portuguese and English
Priceless information
100 reviews of albums + 100 reproductions of original cover art + Introduction



Here is the second volume of Lindo Sonho Delirante with information and commentary about 100 daring records from Brazil released between 1976 and 1985. Bento Araujo dug through his record collection, his interview archive and large amount of articles from the musical press of the period in order to immortalize one of the most dramatic, creative and revolutionary eras of Brazilian music.

In this passionate, meticulous and captivating musical research, you will find a restless, sometimes utopic, but also genuine panorama. Each album, EP or single, is accompanied by a review in Portuguese and English, and faithful reproduction of the original cover art.

The author investigates the records and trajectories of both the established acts and those who did not cause much impact at the time, but today are, or can become, sought after by collectors around the world. These are records of different musical genres, which, gathered under the banner of transgression, build a daring and peculiar scene.

In this new volume, the digging begins in 1976, setting out on a journey of 10 years, which concludes in 1985 with the end of the military regime in Brazil.

The second half of the 1970s was a period of deep discoveries and turnarounds in Brazilian music. Among the youth, there was a desire in the air, to be free from the shackles of the dictatorship and able to start all over again.

The cultural heritage from the previous decade still seemed ubiquitous: the hippie dream, the counterculture, Tropicalia, and the modernists’ “anthropophagic” commandments still mattered, but the soundtrack to that scene, psychedelic rock, was transforming into an array of different sounds and attitudes.

MPB found itself immersed in ideological conflicts, while independent artists worked outside of any known categories, opening new paths and turning their backs to the past, the rules of the record industry and the conventions of Anglo-American rock. This healthy dichotomy fomented the music contained in these 100 records.