VARIOUS : DJ MARKY - BRAZIL 45 Boxset Vol. 2 - 5X7" - Vinyl Boxset [RSD2021-JUN12]

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VARIOUS : DJ MARKY - BRAZIL 45 Boxset Vol. 2 - 5X7" - Vinyl Boxset [RSD2021-JUN12]

VARIOUS : DJ MARKY - BRAZIL 45 Boxset Vol. 2 - 5X7" - Vinyl Boxset [RSD2021-JUN12]

€41.99

 

RELEASE DATE: June 12th, 2021
FORMAT: 5×7″ Vinyl Boxset
LABEL: Mr Bongo
CAT NO.: MRB7173
BARCODE: 7119691273679

 

Tracklisting:

This special limited Record Store Day 5 x 45s collection comes in a box designed by Owen Tozer.

7” 1 (MRB7160A) : A. Marcos Valle – Os Grilos / B. Robson Jorge & Lincoln Olivetti – Eva

7” 2 (MRB7160B) : A. Orlandivo – Tamanco No Samba / B. Elis Regina – Noves Fora

7” 3 (MRB7160C) : A. Bebeto – Agua Marinha / B. Joyce – Aldeia De Ogum

7” 4 (MRB7160D) : A. Som Tres – Emilia / B. Trio Mocoto – Nao Adianta

7” 5 (MRB7160E) : A. Dominguinhos – Baiao Violado / B. Jorge Ben – Take It Easy My Brother Charle


VARIOUS ARTISTS: DJ MARKY
BRAZIL 45 Boxset Vol. 2

5X7″ – Limited Edition Black 7″ Vinyl Boxset
[RSD2021-JUN12]


All ‘RSD Drop 1’ titles will be available for purchase in store from 8am Saturday 12th June. Online sales for remaining stock will start at 6pm 12th June.


Curated by the legendary DJ Marky for Record Store Day 2021. This is our second volume of Brazilian dance floor classics from the golden era. This project has been a long time in the planning, but good things come to those who wait. We are delighted to present the second volume in our “Brazil 45 Boxset Curated by” series. For this one we have gone straight to the source, Brazil’s DJ Marky (Marco Antônio Silva) selects inspirations and favourites from the golden era of Brazilian music. For his boxset, DJ Marky has gone back to his roots and selected tracks by Brazilian music royalty from the 60s, 70s, and 80s.

Artists such as Marcos Valle, Elis Regina, Jorge Ben, and Joyce all feature. It is Joyce’s anthemic Aldeia De Ogum that has proven to be responsible for many record collectors and DJs outside of Brazil starting a lifelong obsession with Brazilian music exploration. We also find another anthem in the form of Jorge Ben’s Take It Easy My Brother Charles, which was sampled by Drumagick for their 2002 track ‘Easy Boom‘. His selection from Marcos Valle is the tripped-out, rarer 1970 version of ‘Os Grilos’ which, with its irresistible quirky swagger, is impossible to keep your feet from moving. The accordion-led Baião Violado by Dominguinhos, with its soaring strings and funked-out drum beat, is a real star of the show in the collection.