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  • Carimbolando Mixtape

    This is a selection of mainly 70’s Carimbó, Siriá and other styles from Pará State in the North of Brazil. Carimbó is an Amazonian rhythm and dance style of indigenous origin which received influences from black (percussion and sensuality) and Portuguese (woodwinds) culture. The women dance barefooted with long, round and colorful skirts with floral prints. Due to its origin, the music and dance suffered repression by the government of Belém, capital of Pará, in the late 19th century being prohibited to be practiced. The most prominent Carimbó musicians are Mestre Verequete and Pinduca. The style became popular in the Northeast of Brazil (some songs in the selection) as well where it has been fused with Forró and other rhythms of that region of Brazil. Samba singer Eliana Pittman from Rio de Janeiro had a big hit with her song “Mistura de Carimbó” from 1975.
    Carimbó is also one of the main influences of contemporary popular music styles such as Tecnobrega and Lambada. In recent years Carimbó had a comeback as it appeared prominently in a telenovela.
    The newest Carimbó star is 88 years old Dona Onete who had a big success with her excellent album “Banzeiro” in 2016.

     

     

    Tracklist:
    01. Os Muiraquitãns – A Misturada
    02. Pinduca – Cantina da Lua
    03. Osvaldo Oliveira – Barco do Abaeté
    04. Orlando Pereira – Carimbó Para Yemanjá
    05. Mestre Cupijo e Seu Ritmo – Caboclinha do Igapó
    06. Verequete e Seu Conjunto Uirapuru – Piria
    07. Siluca – Saudades Dela
    08. Carlos Santos – Bom barqueiro
    09. Grupo Da Pesada – Baía do Guajará
    10. Vieira e Seu Conjunto – Lambada do Mapinguari
    11. Janjão – Axila da Sabá
    12. Tony Wilson e a Moçada do Carimbó – Carimbó Da Vovó Janoca
    13. Raimundo Soldado – Carimbó do Pará
    14. Dom – Carimbó do Espinho
    15. Alypyo Martins – Doutor, Quero Uma Chupeta
    16. Ely Farias – Corrupção
    17. Messias Holanda – Pescaria em Boqueirão
    18. Elino Julião – Carimbó da Senzala
    19. Candango Do Ypê – Moça Solteira Da Bahia
    20. Marinês – No Laço do Carimbó
    21. Carrapeta – Molho de Murupy
    22. José Uchoa – Carimbo de Altamira

    Cover photo by Marcelo Valle shot at Carimbloco’s carnival show in Rio de Janeiro