The Chosen One #17
A Cantora e Artista of her generation in Brazil, Senhora Malheiros carries on the standards she has set since her lauded debut 'Equilibria' back in 2005.
Twelve years later, with a number of colloborations - both acoustic and electronic - and two studio albums, the timing looks good for her new LP 'Clareia'. “It means to clear, light, brighten or illuminate, which, after seeing Brazil and the rest of the world go through some very difficult times, is exactly what the writing of this album brought to my life.”
All tracks are written by either Sabrina, or in collaboration with her father, (Azymuth bassist and slap'n'popper on 'Sol...'), Alex Malheiros and producer, husband, Daniel Maunick. The album was written and recorded in Niteroi, Brazil, overlooking Gunabara Bay and Rio’s beaches, mountains and forests.
Two taster tracks have arrived: the title cut begins with inimitable acoustic rhythm guitar patterns that her heritage owns, Sabrina's voice, the perfect veneer for the shuffling, Nu-Bossa rhythms that she knows so well and the evergreen Rhodes piano, freely flourishing underneath.
On 'Sol, Ceu e Mar', Sabrina supplies this era's companion to Tania Maria's 'Come with Me', recalling glory days of the Brazilian-Boogie Fusion of the late 1970s, early 1980s and befitting of its translation. Out from 23rd June, there is little
of this nature in the
current music marketplace.
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