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Studio album by
GenreFolk, Psychedelic rock
LabelShadoks Music
Lula Côrtes chronology

Rosa de Sangue
Zé Ramalho chronology
Paêbirú (w/Lula Côrtes)
Zé Ramalho
Professional ratings
Review scores
Stylus MagazineA−[2]

Paêbirú is an album by Brazilian artists Lula Côrtes and Zé Ramalho. The album was originally released in 1975 (see 1975 in music) and reissued in 2005 on Shadoks Music.

Allegedly, almost all of the original copies of the album were destroyed in a river flood, making it incredibly hard to find.[4][5] A copy of this LP may worth R$5.000,00 (about US$2,500.00)[6] Zé Ramalho doesn't consider it as a work by him, so much that he is celebrating 35 years of career in 2012 (which marks 35 years of the release of his first solo album), and not in 2010.[6] Since its reissue, it has been widely acknowledged as a lost gem of the Brazilian psychedelic movement of the 1960s and 1970s.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Trilha de Sumé" (Córdula, Côrtes, Ramalho) – 6:30
  2. "Culto à Terra" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 2:11
  3. "Bailado das Muscarias" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 4:34
  4. "Harpa Dos Ares" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 4:01
  5. "Não Existe Molhado Igual Ao Pranto" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 7:30
  6. "Omm" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 6:03
  7. "Raga Dos Raios" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 2:30
  8. "Nas Paredes de Pedra Encantada" (Alagoano, Ramalho) –7:33
  9. "Marácas de Fogo" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 2:34
  10. "Louvação a Iemanjá" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 1:53
  11. "Regato da Montanha" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 3:24
  12. "Beira Mar" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 1:39
  13. "Pedra Templo Animal" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 4:15
  14. "Trilha de Sumé" (Côrtes, Ramalho) – 2:04


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Stylus Magazine review
  3. ^ PopMatters review
  4. ^ Stylus Magazine review of Paêbirú
  5. ^ Bastos, Cristiano (14 July 2012). "O velho e divisível Zé Ramalho" (in Portuguese). Rolling Stone Brasil. Retrieved 15 July 2012.
  6. ^ a b Küchler, Adriana (24 June 2012). "Zé e o fim do mundo" [Zé and the end of the world]. Folha de S.Paulo. Serafina (in Portuguese). Rio de Janeiro: 26.