Edu Passeto & Gui Tavares - Noite que Brincou de Lua released in 1981. (folk, jazz, bossa, TIP!!
Tracklist: A1. Noite que brincou de Lua A2. Sabiá na Palmeira A3. Seguir A4. Fogo grande A5. Herói De Jornal B1. Menino De Pindorama B2. Canto Livre B3. Descobrir B4. Baca Sará B5. Profome B6. Vento Me Traz As a label guided by the mission of sharing the lesser heard sounds of Brazil with the world, Far Out Recordings are delighted to present the first official vinyl reissue of Edu Passeto & Gui Tavares’ Noite Que Brincou De Lua: a super rare and largely unheard masterwork of MPB, originally released in 1981. Disciples of the Clube Da Esquina movement, pioneered by Milton Nascimento and Lô Borges, Edu & Gui mixed psychedelic folk, jazz, bossa, and rock for an album of soulful, dreamy Brazilian pop, with stunning arrangements and lush vocal harmonies. Having first met performing on the music festival circuits of São Paulo and Minas Gerais, it wasn’t long before Edu and Gui struck up a thriving song writing partnership and close friendship, united not only by the love of music, but by shared ideals of liberation and greater equality for humankind. The duo’s motivation stemmed from a desire for social and political change, during what turned out to be the final years of the Brazilian military dictatorship.
Label: Far Out Records