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Episode #2245

Program #2245

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Friday, February 06, 2004

Sink into the rich voices and lush arrangements of this New Sounds program with music from Brazil, Portugal, and the Cape Verde Islands. Hear from the likes of Caetano Veloso, legendary Brazilian singer and a founder of the tropicalia cultural movement, and singer songwriter, guitarist and producer Celso Fonseca. Also, listen to the gorgeously deep and sensual voice of Virginia Rodrigues. Plus selections from the Cesaria Evora, who hails from the Cape Verde, off the northwest coast of Africa, and more.

PROGRAM #2245, Songs from Portugal, Brazil, and Cape Verde Islands (First aired on Fri, 2/6/2004)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Madredeus

O Espirito da Paz

Os Moinhos, excerpt [2:00]

Metro Blue #32338** www.metroblue.com*

Paolo Bragança

Amai

January, Night, Full Moon [5:00]

Luaka Bop #46334** www.luakabop.com*>

Caetano Veloso

The Best Of

Manhatã [5:00]
Um Tom [2:30]

Nonesuch #79808** www.nonesuch.com *

Celso Fonseca

Natural

Teu Sorriso [5:30]

Six Degrees #1086** www.sixdegreesrecords.com*

Virginia Rodrigues

Nos

Uma Historia de Ifa [4:00]

Hannibal #1448**
www.rykodisc.com or
www.palmpictures.com

Cesaria Evora

Voz d’Amor

Velocidade [3:30]

Bluebird #54380** www.bluebirdjazz.com*

Virginia Rodrigues

Nos

Jeito Faceiro [4:00]

see above.

Madredeus

O Espirito da Paz

O Mar [5:30]

see above.

Caetano Veloso

The Best Of

Onde o Rio e Mais Baiano [3:30]

see above.

Celso Fonseca

Natural

A Origem da Felicidade [4:30]
Buteco #2 [3:00]

see above.

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