Freitag, 25. November 2022

Pablo Milanes - A Vivo No Brasil (1984)

Sad news: Pablo Milanes died on Tuesday in Madrid. He was 79. Thanks a lot for the wonderful music!

The important Caribbean musical tradition has in Pablo Milanés one of its noted composers/performers. The natural bonds of musical identification and fraternity with Brazil are celebrated in this intense album recorded live in this country with the participation of Chico Buarque.

"Yo Pisare las Calles Nuevamente" (in a voice/violão rendition), the nostalgic "Años" (with his band), the energetic "Creeme" and "Yo No Te Pido," the lyrical "Para Vivir" (backed only by the piano of Jorge Aragón), and "Acto de Fé" opened the show, which in the second part began with Chico Buarque's dramatic "Pedaço de Mim" (together with Buarque). Buarque also joins Milanes in the lachrymose "Yolanda" and in "Homenaje." The highly emotional impact of meeting, enhanced by Buarque and Milanes's natural sound affinity, can be verified by the audience's response and in the thrilled address by Elba Ramalho and Caetano Veloso. The musical aspect is subordinated to the lyrical content, with no improvisation or other signals of instrumental independence.       


01. Apresentação (0:50)
02. Yo pisaré las calles nuevamente (2:41)
03. Años (5:13)
04. Créeme (4:49)
05. Yo no te pido (5:25)
06. Para vivir (3:38)
07. Acto de fe (4:51)
08. Apresentação (0:44)
09. Pedaço de mim (2:34)
10. Yolanda (4:35)
11. Amo esta isla (6:57)
12. Canción por la unidad latinoamericana (7:05)
13. Homenaje (5:43)

Pablo Milanes - A Vivo No Brasil (1984)
(128 kbps, cover art included)


3 Kommentare:

Carlos Henrique Xavier Endo hat gesagt…

So kind, so important, so sweet, this is it! I was at this show and one of the "Viva Fidel!" from the crowd at the end of "Canción por la unidad latinoamericana" is mine! Thank you very much. Pablo Milanés will forever be missed among the revolutionaries who still live and sound in Latin America

Anonym hat gesagt…

Unfortunately the link is dead now! Repost? Thanks a lot!

zero hat gesagt…

Thanks for sharing your memories, Carlos!

Now there´s a zippy-link, hope this will work...

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