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Detached - Caetano Veloso - A Foreign Sound (CDr, Album)

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  1. Brazilian Caetano Veloso pays homage to the American music that has helped shaped his prodigious interpretive and compositional skills on A Foreign Sound. He delves deep into the American songbook - Gershwin, Cole Porter, Ira Hart, Dylan, David Byrne, Kurt ulfecligecounphypehiwencoperle.xyzinfos:
  2. For Caetano Veloso, however, it’s an entirely different matter. The statesman of Brazilian pop, a musical giant who is on track to record more in his fifth decade of artistic striving than in any other (not to mention his accompanying exploits in literature), Veloso has no need to begin an American campaign.
  3. Label: Universal Music - ,Edge Music - • Format: 2x, CD Album, Maxi-Single, Limited Edition • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bossa Nova, Easy Listening Caetano Veloso - A Foreign Sound (, CD) | Discogs3/5(1).
  4. A Foreign Sound, an Album by Caetano Veloso. Released 6 April on Mercury (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: MPB. Featured peformers: Caetano Veloso (vocals, producer), Jaques Morelenbaum (producer), Max Pierre (artistic director), Ricardo Moreira (production manager), Conceição Lopes (executive producer), Beth Araújo (executive producer), Bel Kurtz (assistant producer), Marcelo.
  5. Find Caetano Veloso discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Domingo: Universal Music Caetano Veloso [Tropicália] A Foreign Sound: Nonesuch Sound and Vision: Universal International Instrumental.
  6. Album. A Foreign Sound Caetano Veloso. Released A Foreign Sound Tracklist. 1. Carioca (The Carioca) Detached Lyrics. Jamaica Farewell Lyrics. Love for Sale.
  7. Detached Lyrics: Just two points of contact / I don't have too much detachment / I just get in there / And I play scrabble / Don't want no pumpy dog "Uh uh" / I'm taken possesion / I'm too blond.
  8. It's telling that Veloso and Morelenbaum titled this album "A Foreign Sound", because on the one hand, it's "foreign" in that it consists of American music. On the other hand, it's not "foreign" at all to Veloso, for the reasons described above/5(25).

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