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Antonio AdolfoViralata

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Artezanal – LP.A-003
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1Cascavel
A2Paraiba Do Sul
A3Brincadeira Em Ré
A4Brincadeira Em Mi Bemol
A5Caminhada
A6Vermelhinho
B1Nordeste
B2Alegria De Carnaval
B3Diana E Paulo
B4Viralata
B5Assanhada
B6A Marcha
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Recorded at Studio da Sonoviso, Rio de Janeiro, February 1979

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Viralata (LP, Album, Promo)ArtezanalLP.A-003Brazil1979
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Viralata (Cassette, )ArtezanalA003Brazil1979
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Viralata (LP, Album, Reissue)Far Out RecordingsLP.A-003UK2017
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Viralata (LP, Album, Reissue)Far Out RecordingsLP.A-003UK2020
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Viralata (CD, Album, Reissue)ArtezanalARCD 3005BrazilUnknown

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Mount.Chrischi's profile picture
Mount.Chrischi
Repress on pre-order, stay away from the sharks. <3 peace

https://antonioadolfo.bandcamp.com/album/viralata
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daftcombo
100% extraordinary album, full of great music from start to finish. The first and last tracks are my favorite. I wish it gets a proper repress one day.
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matty_S
Edited 6 years ago
Apparently Cascavel was the last track ever played at Plastic People, 3rd Jan 2015.
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MultiGrooves
Edited 6 years ago
Gutted I couldn't make it to the place that introduced me to this track. Sad times all round: No more Plastic. Southport is also gone. Things are changin...
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Alain_Patrick
The great Pianist & Composer Antonio Adolfo Maurity Sabóia, known as Antonio Adolfo has granted some of the finest Brazilian Grooves in the Sixties & Seventies such as O Trio 3D, as well as his solo albums. This lovely 1979 LP 'Viralata' [Mongrel] features some particularly classy rhythms from - as they say in Brazil - 'Patria Amada', blended with seductive Jazz-Funk influences. 'A Marcha' [The March] and 'Assanhada' [Tetchy] are some of the treasures inside, performed by a great team of musicians that included Antonio Adolfo [Electric Piano], Jamil Joanes [Bass], Téo Lima [Drums], Helio Capucci [Guitar], Bidinho [Horn].