Djavan

Djavan - Luz (1982) {Epic}  Music

Posted by tiburon at May 5, 2017
Djavan - Luz (1982) {Epic}

Djavan - Luz (1982) {Epic}
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Genre: Latin Jazz, Jazz-Funk

This album marked Djavan's association with American producers. After signing with CBS, he recorded this album in the U.S.A. (in Portuguese), which was produced by Ronnie Foster. For that occasion, Quincy Jones acquired the publishing rights of many of his songs through Djavan's own publisher Luanda. The album is divided between a romantic section and swinging tunes. "Pétala" and "Açaí" (pop ballads), "Nobreza," and "Banho de Rio" (orchestral canções) take charge of the romantic part. "Luz," "Capim," "Sina," "Samurai," "Esfinge," and "Minha Irmã" are the swinging segment. The interesting harmonies/melodies and the jazz-like arrangements of this section aroused interest for Djavan's music in the U.S.A. and some of these songs and others were recorded by Manhattan Transfer, among others.

Djavan - Lilas (1984) {Columbia}  Music

Posted by tiburon at May 5, 2017
Djavan - Lilas (1984) {Columbia}

Djavan - Lilas (1984) {Columbia}
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Genre: Latin Jazz, Jazz-Funk, MPB

This is a danceable album, almost completely devoted funk/soul sonorities. Exceptions and highlights are the hit "Esquinas" (pop ballad) and the ignored "Obi" (samba). Other hits from this album were "Infinito" and "Lilás." The work brings the rich rhythmic interplay between Djavan's lyrics and singing with the funk backbeat.

Djavan - Aria (2010) {Luanda Records}  Music

Posted by tiburon at May 5, 2017
Djavan - Aria (2010) {Luanda Records}

Djavan - Aria (2010) {Luanda Records}
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Genre: Latin Jazz, Brazilian, World

This is Djavan's first album as an interpreter in 34 years of career. There are classics and also compositions brought by his emotional memory. The album is unusual for its instrumental lineup, small and vigorous, but aesthetically liberating with Djavan's acoustic guitar, Torcuato Mariano's electric and acoustic guitar, the acoustic bass of André Vasconcellos, Marcos Suzano's rich percussion and also the participation of Marcos Lobo and Leonardo Reis. The result: formal jazzy recordings, loose melodies, as if they were flying over rhythmic and harmonious bases.

Djavan - Malasia (1996) {Epic}  Music

Posted by tiburon at May 5, 2017
Djavan - Malasia (1996) {Epic}

Djavan - Malasia (1996) {Epic}
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Genre: Latin Jazz, Bossa Nova, MPB

This is one of the most important pop artists worldwide. Djavan can mix the brazilian swing with an incredible jazz touch, turning his music special, full of emotion and beauty. The lyrics are 'close to the heaven' when we understood their feeling and poetry. Get Malasia to your CDs collection and wait for the "Bicho Solto" just released album, problably the best of his amazing state-of-the-art music work.

Djavan - Meu Lado (1986) {Columbia}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 26, 2017
Djavan - Meu Lado (1986) {Columbia}

Djavan - Meu Lado (1986) {Columbia}
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Genre: MPB, Brazilian Jazz

After recording two albums in Los Angeles and spending at least two years taking his music to every corner in the world, finally, in 1986, Djavan recorded an album in Rio de Janeiro, accompanied by the swing of his Sururu de Capote band. And, nothing better than be back to samba. The many aspects of “Meu Lado” had to include Djavan’s ancestral connection to Africa, something that he discovered through music. As a contribution to the international struggle against apartheid, which in 1986 still officially segregated wealthy whites from poor oppressed blacks in South Africa, Djavan recorded “Hino da Juventude Negra da África do Sul”, accompanied by a vocal group from that country.

Djavan - Milagreiro (2001) {Epic}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 26, 2017
Djavan - Milagreiro (2001) {Epic}

Djavan - Milagreiro (2001) {Epic}
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Genre: MPB, Brazilian Jazz

MiLagreiro was one of the most critically acclaimed MPB albums released in Brazil during the year 2001. The record starts off very well with the xote-styled opening track, "Farinha," which is perhaps the biggest highlight of the album. Another good song is "Infinitude," on which Djavan collaborated with Flбvia Virgнnia. On the excellent, somewhat Latin-flavored title track, Djavan is joined by rock singer Cбssia Eller. As usual, there are several typically Djavan-styled ballads on the album, such as, for example, the bossa nova-styled "Brilho da Noite." Generally, the music on Mi Lagreiro is quite simple and sparse, and it gives the impression of being very spontaneous. Perhaps the fact that the album was recorded at Djavan's own home contributed to this positive, unpretentious atmosphere.

Djavan - Novena (1994) {Epic}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 14, 2016
Djavan - Novena (1994) {Epic}

Djavan - Novena (1994) {Epic}
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Genre: Latin Jazz, Bossa Nova, MPB

Djavan, full name Djavan Caetano Viana is a Brazilian singer/songwriter. Djavan combines traditional Brazilian rhythms with popular music drawn from the Americas, Europe and Africa. Djavan's compositions have been recorded by Al Jarreau, Carmen McRae, The Manhattan Transfer, Aaron Goldberg, Loredana Berté, Eliane Elias, Lee Ritenour; and in Brazil by Gal Costa, Dori Caymmi and Nana Caymmi (son and daughter of Dorival Caymmi), Lenine, João Bosco, Chico Buarque, Daniela Mercury, Ney Matogrosso, Dominguinhos, Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia, and other artists.

Djavan - Aria Ao Vivo (2012)  Music

Posted by robi62 at July 29, 2014
Djavan - Aria Ao Vivo (2012)

Djavan - Aria Ao Vivo (2012)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 7 000 Kbps, 720 x 480 at 23.976 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 448 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, DTS 6ch. at 1 510 Kbps
Genre: Latin, Samba | Label: Biscoitofino | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 9 Jan 2012 | Runtime: 96 min. | 6,47 GB (DVD9)
Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese

This 21-track live DVD, celebrating the illustrious 35-year career of Brazilian singer-songwriter Djavan, features tracks from his 2011 album ‘Aria’ plus a selection of his most famous songs. It was recorded on the 8th and 9th April, 2011 at the Grand Theatre of the Palace of Arts in Belo Horizonte, South-East Brazil.

Djavan - Bicho Solto (1998)  Music

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 26, 2013
Djavan - Bicho Solto (1998)

Djavan - Bicho Solto (1998)
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Genre: Latin Jazz, MPB, World Music

“Bicho Solto – O XIII” is funky, festive, danceable, without losing its Djavanish features. Together with the previous album, “Malásia”, “Bicho Solto” marks, in a certain way, Djavan´s 20th anniversary as a recording artist. And if the first one has a clear-cut and individual style, the last one also reveals the rejuvenation of the artist, a constant update of his music without losing his identity.

Djavan – Djavan ao Vivo  Music

Posted by vozdobrasil at June 4, 2011
Djavan – Djavan ao Vivo

Djavan – Djavan ao Vivo (1999)
MP3 320 Kbps CBR | 244,13 MB | Covers
Jazz - Brazilian – Latin – MPB | Label: Sony Music

Celebrating 25 years of career, Djavan recorded and released in 1999 the first double live album the singer, recorded at the Teatro João Caetano in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The show took place on 14-18 July. Accompanied by a powerful band and tuned, the sound of the record is extraordinary. And a tour of his 25 years of great songs is impeccable, not only in the choice of repertoire, but his reinvention that updates these compositions with subtle mechanisms that are the essence and richness of each original theme.