Eliana Pittman “Pra Sempre”

Eliana Pittman “Pra Sempre”

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Eliana Pittman
Pra Sempre
RCA Victor (Brazil) 1976
103.0124 (LP) Original pressing, コーティングジャケット
sleeve : EX-(SRW,薄いシワ)
media : EX/EX(some slightly noises. some very small and slightly hairlines that does not affect to sounds.)

This 1976 album by Brazilian singer Eliana Pittman, who has been active in the forefront since the early 1960s with the support of her father, American jazz musician Booker Pittman. The arrangers vary for each track, but the colorful and mellow backtracks, based on rhythms like samba, carimbó, and forró, with pop arrangements unique to the 1970s, are matched by Pittman's slightly husky vocals, making it an MPB (Música Popular Brasileira) piece. The soft samba rhythm and the refreshing vocals blend smoothly in the pleasant A5 track, while the mellow tune B4, with its mid-tempo rhythm intertwined with horns and percussion, and the elegant atmosphere of the adult number B5, stand out as particularly recommended.

A5: Manto Azul
B5: Perfeito Amor

brazil   choro   mpb   samba   world music  
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