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FGC Vols. 2 e 3
This album is the merger of two albums: FGC Vol. 2 (2003) and FGC Vol. 3 (2005), both recorded and released in the city of Ourém (PA). Arrangements and recording are mine, and cover was desogned by Luciana Leal.
"FGC Vol. 2" (tracks 1 to 8) was recorded between June and November 2003; except "Na areia lá da praia / Deixei o meu nome escrito", that was recorded in 2002, in Belém; and "FGC Vol. 3" (tracks 9 to 16) was recorded between July 2004 and January 2005.
The musicians that took part here are: André "Mixico" Brazil (Maracas in "Ai, moreninha" and "Piriá"), Fábio Cavalcante (guitar, flutes, samples, and vocals - and a bucket in "Não chore, não"), Lila Bemerguy (backing vocal in "Piriá" and woman's voice in "Mandamento da Cachaça"), Mestre Cardoso (drums in "Mandamento da Cachaça" and vocal in "Ei, morena, pega o lenço"), and Natalino Caratinga (tambourine and maracas). The album also included the special participation of Marta Suanny Cavalcante, playing hammocks (track 4), and Paulo Bragança as the fisherman's voice (track 11).
Two samples were used here: the drums by "Saint Benedict's Committee", from Ourém (in "Tava dormindo e sonhando"), and the drums by "Boi-bumbá Flor-do-Campo", from Mocambo community, Ourém (in track 10, "Vassoura de botão").
With the exception of "Ei, morena, pega o lenço", which is a partnership with Mestre Cardoso, all songs were created by other composers. They are: Mestre Verequete (Xote paraense); Embalo de Soure group (Navio Presidente); José Rayol (Na areia lá da praia); Mestre Lucindo ("Deixei o meu nome escrito" and "Piriá"); Cana Verde group ("Galo, galo" and "Caninha verde, adeus, adeus"); Mestre Faustino, from Ourem ("Tava dormindo e sonhando" "Vassoura de botão" and "Ai, moreninha"); Francisco Alves and Orestes Barbosa ("Por teu amor"); Mestre Cupijó (Caboclinha do igapó); and Mestre Cardoso (Mandamento da Cachaça).
Lyrics (pdf - 635 KB)
Full Album (zip - 85.1 MB)