Link original: Charles Gavin – 300 Discos Importantes da Musica Brasileira
Publicado em: Monday, November 10, 2008 by zecalouro
Hello! I would like to invite everybody to watch this video with Charles Gavin interview to GloboNews Estudio i show, hosted by Maria Beltrão. It is a truly amazing 15 minutes video with Charles speaking about his new Bossa Nova book, 300 Discos Importantes da Música Brasileira.
The book has 434 pages and has the size of a LP. Two CDs are included, Moreira da Silva – O Último Malandro (1959) and Elza Soares – Elza Soares | Baterista: Wilson das Neves (1968). 300 Discos Importantes da Música Brasileira is produced by Charles Gavin and written by Tarik de Souza, Carlos Calado and Arthur Dapieve. Caetano Rodrigues, Valdir Siqueira and zecalouro (sic!) are collaborators. The book is still available for purchase at Livraria Cultura with part of the revenue donated to Instituto Sou da Paz. Follow my advice and run for it before it runs out of print.
I would like to thank Charles Gavin for his tireless work of rescuing the forgotten and amazing Brazilian music from the past. I’m also very proud when Charles speaks wonders about Loronix on every interview he makes, such like this one where he talks about Loronix and a great story of an album he was looking for and I had the chance to please him with a copy. Thanks Charles, you are Loronix ambassador.
Don’t miss the video and the book at Livraria Cultura, following this link, here.