January 19, 2018
Dreamy tunes with echoes of Milton Nascimento and Marcos Valle.
Edu Passeto & Gui Tavares’s 1981 album Noite Que Brincou De Lua is being rereleased for the first time, this March via Brazilian reissue specialists Far Out Recordings.
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Disciples of Brazilian artists collective Clube de Esquina, Passeto & Tavares mixed rock and soul with psychedelic folk, jazz, and bossa to create the soulful MPB record.
Noite Que Brincou De Lua‘s 11 songs have been remastered from the original 1/2 inch tapes for this first ever reissue.
Pre-order a copy here ahead of its 16th March release, listen to ‘Sabiá Na Palmeira’ and check out the track list below.
A1. Noite Que Brincou De Lua
A2. Sabiá Na Palmeira
A4. Fogo Grande
A5. Herói De Jornal
B1. Menino De Pindorama
B2. Canto Livre
B4. Baca Sará
B6. Vento Me Traz