Doces Bárbaros

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Doces Bárbaros
Cover art of the album Doces Barbaros.jpg
Live album by Doces Bárbaros (Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Maria Bethânia, and Gal Costa)
Released 1976 (1976)
Recorded June 24, 1976
Anhembi Stadium
São Paulo, Brazil
Genre MPB
Label Philips[1]
Producer Gapa, Perinho Albuquerque
Caetano Veloso chronology
Jóia
(1975)Jóia1975
Doces Bárbaros
(1976)
Caetano... muitos carnavais...
(1977)Caetano... muitos carnavais...1977
Gilberto Gil chronology
Refazenda
(1975) Refazenda1975
Doces Bárbaros
(1976) Doces Bárbaros1976
O Viramundo
(1977) O Viramundo1977
Maria Bethânia chronology
Chico Buarque & Maria Bethânia ao vivo
(1975) Chico Buarque & Maria Bethânia ao vivo1975
Doces Bárbaros
(1976) Doces Bárbaros1976
Pássaro Proibido
(1976) Pássaro Proibido1976
Gal Costa chronology
Gal canta Caymmi
(1976) Gal canta Caymmi1976
Doces Bárbaros
(1976) Doces Bárbaros1976
Caras e Bocas
(1977) Caras e Bocas1977
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[2]

Doces Bárbaros is a 1976 album by the Música popular brasileira supergroup of the same name. It was recorded June 24 of that year at Anhembi Stadium in São Paulo.[3] Its members were Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia and Gal Costa, four of the biggest names in the history of the music of Brazil. The band was the subject of a 1977 documentary directed by Jom Tob Azulay. In 1994, they performed a tribute concert to Mangueira school of samba.[3]

It was listed by Rolling Stone Brazil as one of the 100 best Brazilian albums in history.[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Os mais doces bárbaros" (Caetano Veloso) - 06:42
  2. "Fé cega, faca amolada" (Milton Nascimento, Ronaldo Bastos) - 05:30
  3. "Atiraste uma pedra" (Herivelto Martins, David Nasser) - 03:59
  4. "Pássaro proibido" (Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia) - 4:38
  5. "Chuck Berry Fields Forever" (Gilberto Gil) - 05:25
  6. "Gênesis" (Veloso) - 08:46
  7. "Tarasca guidon" (Waly Salomão) - 07:27
  8. "Eu e ela estávamos ali encostados na parede" (Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, José Agripino de Paula) - 04:13
  9. "Esotérico" (Gil) - 04:09
  10. "Eu te amo" (Veloso) - 03:00
  11. "O seu amor" (Gil) - 04:27
  12. "Quando" (Gal Costa, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil) - 04:13
  13. "Pé quente, cabeça fria" (Gil) - 03:49
  14. "Peixe" (Veloso) - 03:16
  15. "Um índio" (Veloso) - 04:42
  16. "São João, Xangô menino" (Veloso, Gil) - 04:31
  17. "Nós, por exemplo" (Gil) - 04:01
  18. "Os mais doces bárbaros" (Veloso) - 01:20

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gilberto Gil". Gilberto Gil. Retrieved 2016-04-22. 
  2. ^ Philip Jandovský. "Doces Bárbaros - Caetano Veloso | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-04-22. 
  3. ^ a b Alvaro Neder (1976-06-24). "Doces Bárbaros | Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-04-22. 
  4. ^ "Os 100 maiores discos da música brasileira" (in Portuguese). Umas Linhas. 2007-12-20. Archived from the original on 2009-10-08. Retrieved 2009-04-20. 

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