Friends From Rio ‎– Misturada One (Mixing)

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1 Francisco Cat
Remix – Pressure DropWritten-By – Celia Vaz*
7:37
2 Maracatudo
Remix – Wax DoctorWritten-By – Pascoal Meirelles
7:41
3 Casa Forte
Remix – Natural ElementWritten-By – Edu Lobo
6:35
4 Bebe
Remix – Hightower SetWritten-By – Hermeto Paschoal*
5:26
5 Os Grilos
Remix – Nobukazu TakemuraWritten-By – Marcos Valle, Paulo Sergio Valle*
5:01
6 Aquilas Coisas Todas
Remix – A.P.E.Written-By – Toninho Horta
6:34
7 Batucada
Remix – A Forest Mighty BlackWritten-By – Mingo Araujo*
4:45
8 Para Lennon E McCartney
Remix – Da LataWritten-By – Fernando Brant, Lo Borges, Marcio Borges
4:19
9 Batunk
Remix – DJ First KlasWritten-By – Arthur Maia, Pascoal Meirelles
6:47
10 Bebe
Remix – Nobukazu TakemuraWritten-By – Hermeto Paschoal*
9:00

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Selections from Friends From Rio exclusively remixed

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 13, 2007

Far Out Recordings' Friends from Rio project get put through the wringer with _Misturada 1_, with the typical mixed results from any remix album. Pressure Drop, for instance, make "Fransisco Cat" into a dreamy downtempo concoction, while Wax Doctor brings his atmospheric breaks to "Maracatudo." For those who like a little bit of electro, A Forest Mighty Black brings some a taste of it (with a big bite of whistles) into the uptempo "Batacuda." I'm somewhat surprised at the Da Lata version of "Para Lennon E McCartney"; they're quite well-versed in this style of music, but their mix has a slightly grindy quality that's off-putting. Noukazu Takemura gets two shots at mixes: "Os Grilos" takes the Brazillian peppiness of the original and adds some easy listening elements (as well as a baby's exclamation of surprise); "Bebe" is much more abstract, from the flute intro to the shuffle-and-skitter beat and hacked-apart melody. An interesting collection, to be sure.