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Vinicius Cantuária

Vinicius Cantuária (born April 29, 1951) is a Brazilian singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer, and percussionist. He is associated with bossa nova and Brazilian jazz.

Vinicius Cantuária
Born (1951-04-29)April 29, 1951 (age 70)
Manaus, Brazil
GenresBrazilian jazz, Latin music
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, musician
InstrumentsGuitar, drums
Years active1970–present
LabelsGramavision, Transparent, Bar/None, EMI, E1, Naïve, Verve
Websitewww.vinicius.com

Born in the Amazonian city of Manaus, Cantuária grew up in Rio de Janeiro and moved to New York City in the mid-1990s. His career spans several zones of Brazilian music. He founded the Brazilian rock group O Terço in the 1970s, released six solo albums in Brazil in the 1980s that include his hit songs "Só Você" and "Lua e Estrela", and pioneered the world of neo-Brazilian music with his first international album Sol Na Cara in 1996.

Since moving to the United States, Cantuária has been a leading figure in the downtown New York jazz and contemporary music scenes. His albums include collaborations with Arto Lindsay, Bill Frisell, Brian Eno, Laurie Anderson, Brad Mehldau, Marc Ribot, David Byrne, Ryuichi Sakamoto, and John Zorn.

In 1998, Cantuária contributed the song "Luz de Candeeiro" to the AIDS benefit compilation album Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon produced by the Red Hot Organization.

Cantuária has said that jazz, rock, and bossa nova are "three planets that move in one and the same orbit."

Contents

As leader

  • Vinicius Cantuaria (RCA Victor, 1982)
  • Gávea de Manhã (RCA Victor, 1983)
  • Sutis Diferenças (EMI, 1984)
  • Siga-Me (EMI, 1985)
  • Nu Brasil (EMI, 1986)
  • Rio Negro (Chorus Estudio, 1991)
  • Sol Na Cara (Gramavision, 1996)
  • Tucumā (Verve, 1998)
  • Vinicius (Transparent, 2001)
  • Live: Skirball Cultural Center 8/7/03 (Kufala, 2003)
  • Horse and Fish (Bar/None, 2004)
  • Silva (Hannibal, 2005)
  • Cymbals (Naïve, 2007)
  • Samba Carioca (Naïve, 2010)
  • Lágrimas Mexicanas with Bill Frisell (E1, 2011)
  • Índio de Apartamento (Naïve, 2012)
  • Vinicius Canta Antonio Carlos Jobim (Song X Jazz, 2015)

As sideman

With David Byrne

  • Feelings (Luaka Bop/Warner Bros., 1997)
  • Look into the Eyeball (Virgin, 2001)

With Arto Lindsay

With Caetano Veloso

With others

  1. Berendt, Joachim-Ernst; Huesmann, Gunther (2009). The Jazz Book: From Ragtime to the 21st Century (7 ed.). Chicago, Illinois: Lawrence Hill Books. p. 419. ISBN 978-1-55652820-0.

Vinicius Cantuária
Vinicius Cantuaria Language Watch Edit Vinicius Cantuaria born April 29 1951 is a Brazilian singer songwriter guitarist drummer and percussionist He is associated with bossa nova and Brazilian jazz Vinicius CantuariaBorn 1951 04 29 April 29 1951 age 70 Manaus BrazilGenresBrazilian jazz Latin musicOccupation s Singer songwriter musicianInstrumentsGuitar drumsYears active1970 presentLabelsGramavision Transparent Bar None EMI E1 Naive VerveWebsitewww wbr vinicius wbr com Born in the Amazonian city of Manaus Cantuaria grew up in Rio de Janeiro and moved to New York City in the mid 1990s His career spans several zones of Brazilian music He founded the Brazilian rock group O Terco in the 1970s released six solo albums in Brazil in the 1980s that include his hit songs So Voce and Lua e Estrela and pioneered the world of neo Brazilian music with his first international album Sol Na Cara in 1996 Since moving to the United States Cantuaria has been a leading figure in the downtown New York jazz and contemporary music scenes His albums include collaborations with Arto Lindsay Bill Frisell Brian Eno Laurie Anderson Brad Mehldau Marc Ribot David Byrne Ryuichi Sakamoto and John Zorn In 1998 Cantuaria contributed the song Luz de Candeeiro to the AIDS benefit compilation album Onda Sonora Red Hot Lisbon produced by the Red Hot Organization Cantuaria has said that jazz rock and bossa nova are three planets that move in one and the same orbit 1 Contents 1 Discography 1 1 As leader 1 2 As sideman 2 References 3 External linksDiscography EditAs leader Edit Vinicius Cantuaria RCA Victor 1982 Gavea de Manha RCA Victor 1983 Sutis Diferencas EMI 1984 Siga Me EMI 1985 Nu Brasil EMI 1986 Rio Negro Chorus Estudio 1991 Sol Na Cara Gramavision 1996 Tucuma Verve 1998 Vinicius Transparent 2001 Live Skirball Cultural Center 8 7 03 Kufala 2003 Horse and Fish Bar None 2004 Silva Hannibal 2005 Cymbals Naive 2007 Samba Carioca Naive 2010 Lagrimas Mexicanas with Bill Frisell E1 2011 Indio de Apartamento Naive 2012 Vinicius Canta Antonio Carlos Jobim Song X Jazz 2015 As sideman Edit With David Byrne Feelings Luaka Bop Warner Bros 1997 Look into the Eyeball Virgin 2001 With Arto Lindsay O Corpo Sutil The Subtle Body Bar None 1996 Mundo Civilizado Bar None 1997 Noon Chill Rykodisc 1998 Prize Righteous Babe 1999 Invoke Righteous Babe 2002 With Caetano Veloso Bicho 1977 Cinema Transcendental 1979 With others Laurie Anderson Life on a String Nonesuch 2001 Chico Buarque Francisco Kardum 1988 Dominique Dalcan Ostinato Island 1998 Bill Frisell The Intercontinentals Nonesuch 2003 Carl Hancock Rux Good Bread Alley Thirsty Ear 2006 Jesse Harris Sub Rosa Cristal 2012 Smokey Hormel Smokey s Secret Family 2009 Angelique Kidjo Black Ivory Soul Columbia 2001 Sean Lennon Half Horse Half Musician Grand Royal 1999 Los Super Seven Canto Columbia 2001 Marisa Monte O Que Voce Quer Saber De Verdade EMI 2011 Taeko Onuki Lucy Eastworld 1997 Mauro Refosco Seven Waves MA 1999 Towa Tei Sound Museum Elektra 1997 Ana Torroja Pasajes De Un Sueno 2000 Marcos Valle Vento Sul 2002 Nana Vasconcelos Contaminacao 1999 References Edit Berendt Joachim Ernst Huesmann Gunther 2009 The Jazz Book From Ragtime to the 21st Century 7 ed Chicago Illinois Lawrence Hill Books p 419 ISBN 978 1 55652820 0 External links EditOfficial site Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Vinicius Cantuaria amp oldid 1048097038, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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