Red Hot + Rio 2
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|Red Hot + Rio 2|
|Compilation album Charity Album by Red Hot AIDS Benefit Series
|Red Hot AIDS Benefit Series
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Red Hot + Rio 2, produced by Béco Dranoff, John Carlin, and Paul Heck; with supervising musical producers Andres Levin, Mario Caldato Jr., and Kamal Kassin; in collaboration with U.S. label E1 Entertainment, is an album released as part of the Red Hot Organization's series of tribute albums created to raise money for HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. The album was released June 28, 2011. Consisting of 34 original recordings featuring unique collaborations involving over 60 international and Brazilian stars, RIO 2 is a cutting-edge tribute to the influential Tropicália movement that rocked Brazil's cultural and political landscape in the late 1960s. In addition, RIO 2 is a 15-year celebration of the first Red Hot + Rio project released to great acclaim in 1996.
Featuring world class performers such as John Legend, Caetano Veloso, Seu Jorge, Beirut, Bebel Gilberto, Of Montreal, Aloe Blacc, Marisa Monte and more, RIO 2 will create a sunny Brazilian groove by updating the sounds of the Tropicália era for a new generation of listeners. The project follows Red Hot's latest successful benefit album, Dark Was the Night (Beggars Banquet, 2009), which features top indie-rock artists such as Arcade Fire, The National, Feist, Grizzly Bear, Bon Iver, David Byrne and many others and raised over $1 million for AIDS relief.
- CD1 (Red)
- Alice Smith + Aloe Blacc: "Baby"
- Beck + Seu Jorge: "Tropicália (Mario C 2011 Remix)"
- Mia Doi Todd + José González: "Um Girassol da Cor do Seu Cabelo"
- Quadron: "Samba de Verão"
- Vanessa da Mata + Seu Jorge & Almaz: "Boa Reza"
- John Legend: "Love I've Never Known"
- Aloe Blacc + Clara Moreno: "Nascimento (Rebirth) - Scene 2"
- Curumin: "Ela (Ticklah Remix)"
- Aloe Blacc + Alice Smith: "Baby (Old Dirty Baby Dub Version)"
- Superhuman Happiness + Cults: "Um Canto de Afoxé Para o Bloco do Ilê"
- Om'Mas Keith: "Mistérios"
- Forró in the Dark + Brazilian Girls + Angelique Kidjo: "Aquele Abraço"
- Mia Doi Todd: "Canto de Iemanjá"
- Caetano Veloso: "Terra (Prefuse 73 '3 Mellotrons in a Quiet Room' Version)"
- Marisa Monte + Devendra Banhart + Rodrigo Amarante: "Nú Com a Minha Música"
- Bebel Gilberto: "Acabou Chorare"
- David Byrne + Caetano Veloso: "Dreamworld: Marco de Canaveses"
- CD2 (Hot)
- Beirut: "O Leãozinho"
- Tha Boogie: "Panis et Circensis"
- of Montreal + Os Mutantes: "Bat Macumba"
- Phenomenal Handclap Band + Marcos Valle: "Tudo o Que Você Podia Ser"
- Madlib + Joyce Moreno: "Banana [ft. Generation Match]"
- Marina Gasolina + Secousse: "Freak le Boom Boom"
- Money Mark + Thalma de Freitas + João Parahyba: "Tropical Affair"
- Los Van Van + Carlinhos Brown: "Soy Loco Por Ti, América"
- Orquestra Contemporânea de Olinda + Emicida: "Roda"
- Mayra Andrade + Trio Mocotó: "Berimbau"
- Apollo Nove + Céu + N.A.S.A.: "It's a Long Way"
- DJ Dolores + Eugene Hütz + Otto + Fred 04 + Isaar: "A Cidade"
- Javelin + Tom Zé: "Ogodô, Ano 2000"
- Atom™ + Toshiyuki Yasuda: "Águas de Março [ft. Fernanda Takai + Moreno Veloso]"
- Twin Danger: "Show Me Love"
- Rita Lee: "Pistis Sophia"