Fabiano Do Nascimento, Dança Dos Tempos

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BIS => 2 / 3 WEEKS
2015 => 2021

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Format: 1 LP
Date de parution: 2015
Date de la réedition: 2021


A1 Forro Brasil 3:29

A2 Ewe 4:16

A3 O Ovo 3:46

A4 Canto De Iemanjá 5:08

A5 Primeira Estrella 3:59

B1 Etude 4:11

B2 Minha Ciranda 4:05

B3 Nana 4:29

B4 Tocatta Em Ritmo De Samba 3:24

B5 Se Ela Preguntar 3:46

B6 Tupí 2:46


Dança dos Tempos is the debut album from Brasilian guitarist Fabiano do Nascimento, featuring legendary percussionist Airto Moreira in his first album project in over ten years. Dança dos Tempos follows folkloric Brasilian music as experienced through the mind and able fingers of an expansive musician, not yet thirty years old, and combines the heady ‘60s and ‘70s experimentalism of Hermeto Pascoal and Baden Powell with the childlike elegance of music played and passed down by native Brasilians for generations. It is the second Brasilian album released on Now-Again, following Seu Jorge and Almaz.

Moreira, the bandleader, songwriter and producer, plays percussion on the album and is joined by Fabiano do Nascimento’s long time drummer, Ricardo “Tiki” Pasillas on trap drums. Do Nascimento and Kana Shimanuki handle vocals on what is otherwise an airy instrumental album that allows the guitarist’s virtuosity to shine through originals, folkloric Brasilian songs, and select covers by the likes of Pascoal and Powell, both formative influences on the guitarist.

These duets show the camaraderie that two master Brasilian musicians – of two different generations, but of the same spirit – share with comrades of ages past as they imagine music for the years to come. These tracks were recorded live in the studio with no overdubs by producer Luther Russell and engineer Jason Hiller – straight to 2-inch analog-tape, and only sparingly mastered to focus on the subtleties of the performances.