RICARDO SILVEIRA - Noite Clara. Filed under Latin Jazz By RICARDO SILVEIRA. 1 Rio Texas (Texas River) 5:21 2 Lua No Mar (Moon on the Sea) 4:36 3 Com o Tempo (As Time Goes By) 3:48 4 Tango Carioca (Carioca Tango) 4:35 5 Consolação (Consolation) 4:05 6 Bom Partido (A Good Catch) (From a Certain Kind of Samba) 4:14 7 Noite Clara (Clear Night) 4:51 8 Olhando a. Chuva (Watching the Rain) 3:39 9 Ingênua (Naïve) 4:16 10 País Tropical (Tropical Country) 4:45.
Originally issued in Brazil in 2001, this is Brazilian guitarist Ricardo Silveira's first non-Verve recording in the United States. Though issued in the States two years after its initial release, it retains its freshness and forward-thinking way of looking at popular musical forms as inseparable. Silveira has been influenced not only by his countrymen, but also by American guitarist friends such as Pat Metheny and Bill Frisell. And like such illustrious artists, he has integrated virtually everything he can put his ear to into his sound.
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Boa noite Ricardo Silveira a sua performance. Vc é um excelente violonista. 23 January at 06:18 ·. Renato Massa Calmon added 3 new photos - with Alberto Continentino and Marcos De Andrade Nimrichter.
This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/150 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Storyteller. BPM Profile Storyteller. Album starts at 100BPM, ends at 136BPM (+36), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ricardo Silveira. Ate Amanha ('Til Tomorrow ). 2010. Outro Rio (Another River).
05 - Magical fantasy. Noite Clara (Ao Vivo).
Ricardo Silveira is a Brazilian musician with an international career. Born in Rio de Janeiro, always knew how to appreciate good music and moves easily through various musical idioms. As a teenager, I liked to hear from rock (Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jimmy Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Cream) and blues (BB King, John Mayal) Brazilian music (João Gilberto, Chico Buarque, Mutants, New Baianos, Gilberto Gil, Milton Nascimento, Tom Jobim, Baden Powell). Despite four years working outside their country, Ricardo maintained contact with Brazilian music. Incidentally, most invitations to play abroad came for him to be a Brazilian musician. Back on the recommendation of Liminha producer and musician, who had met in the United States, Ricardo by Elis Regina was invited to join the tour in Brazil the album "This Woman".
Rio Texas (Texas River)
Lua No Mar (Moon on the Sea)
Com o Tempo (As Time Goes By)
Tango Carioca (Carioca Tango)
Vinícius de Moraes / Baden Powell
Bom Partido (A Good Catch) (From a Certain Kind of Samba)