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Marcos Resende & IndexMarcos Resende & Index

Label:Far Out Recordings – FARO220LP
Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre:Jazz, Latin


A1My Heart 5:41
A2Nina Neném 5:13
A3Praça Da Alegria 8:20
Acoustic GuitarPaulo Soledad*
Alto Saxophone, FluteJ. T. Meirelles*, Leo Gandelman
BassFernando Gama
Caxixi, PandeiroCafé
CongasWilson Meirelles*
DrumsAlfredo Gomes*
Electric Guitar, 12-String Acoustic GuitarVitor Biglione
Electric Piano, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer [Yamaha CP-708/ Mini-Moog/ Prophet-5]Marcos Resende
Tenor Saxophone, FluteZé Carlos
TrumpetBidinho, Wanderley (18)
Trumpet [First Trumpet]Barrosinho
B2Martina 10:09
B3Behind The Moon 4:06

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All tracks recorded and mixed by Toninho Barbosa @ Sonoviso Studios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, between 5th – 28th September 1976

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC13735
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): FARO 220LP . A1 MPO® 20 184080
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): FARO 220LP . B1 MPO® 20 183890
  • Barcode: 5060114368958

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Marcos Resende & Index (CD, Album)Far Out RecordingsFARO 220CDUK2021
Recently Edited
Marcos Resende & Index (CD, Album)UniMusic (2), Far Out RecordingsUNCD041Japan2021


Expansive09's avatar
Credits are off. Prophet 5 was officially sold till 77/78! Still this is a smoking groovin' slice of Brazilian funk that deserved more audience.
sonic.medicine's avatar
Great album finally released, 44 years after it was recorded.

From Far Out newsletter: "Marcos Resende & Index recorded their self-titled debut at Sonoviso Studios with the legendary sound engineer Toninho Barbosa, known as the ‘Brazilian Rudy Van Gelder’ whose impressive resumé includes the era defining classics Light As A Feather by Azymuth, Previsão Do Tempo by Marcos Valle, and Quem É Quem by João Donato. Marcos Resende & Index fits perfectly amongst these masterpieces, sharing both the timeless ethereal qualities as well as the progressive and futuristic ideals of Light As A Feather in particular.

At the time of recording, Resende had hoped to release the album on the famed CTI Records, and although a deal with the label almost came to fruition, it fell through and the album was shelved by Marcos who had other priorities working with the likes of Gilberto Gil, Edu Lobo, Gal Costa and Carlos Dafé, as well as making music for TV and film.

Thankfully Marcos kept the tapes from the Sonoviso sessions safe and presented them to Far Out’s Joe Davis at his home in Lisbon in 2018, but only after 25 years of Joe pleading to hear them. Marcos has worked closely with Far Out towards restoring these recordings over the last two years, but tragically passed away after a battle with stomach cancer on 12th November 2020 at the age of 73, only a matter of weeks before the album was due to be unveiled to the world. With the blessing of his family who wish to honour his memory by ensuring these historic recordings see the light of day, Marcos Resende & Index will be available on vinyl, CD and digital formats from 29th January 2021."
stuayoung's avatar
This is great. Great Brazilian percussion and rhythms. Jazz/funk fusion with lots of nods to Weather Report and Return to Forever. The press is very good, quiet and dynamic. Percussion in particular pops. Grab while prices are still low as I see this getting pricey over time.
Slamazon's avatar
A few cuts on here are perfect examples of that slow burn, spacey fusion sound that the Brazilians did so well. Must be the warm beach breezes and the killer ......... If anyone has any other examples of this sound (of which Cesar Mariano & CIA - Sao Paolo Brazil is the gold standard) please let me know