Link original: Miguel de Deus – Black Soul Brothers (1977)
Publicado em: Sunday, October 15, 2006 by zecalouro
Last Thursday we had the chance to stay with a rare LP from Gerson King Combo, the King of Brazilian Black Movement. Today we open up with the amazing Jorge Ben with Trio Mocoto Live in Japan.
Since then, several requests of Brazilian Black music has been arriving to zecalouro. Among several ones, I decided to pick up what is considered a synthesis of Brazilian Black music from the 70’s, the only solo LP released by Miguel de Deus – Black Soul Brothers (1977).
Every collector or fan of the Brazilian Black movement from the 70’s around the world desires this LP. In the last 10 to 15 years, several copies were sold to fans in Europe and Japan, the prices at old vinyl stores and websites has been rising year after year.
Miguel de Deus was active since the mid 60’s. He took part as member of some important bands, such as Os Brasoes and Assim e Assado, some kind psychedelic joke based on Secos e Molhados. Miguel de Deus was born in Bahia and now lives in Sao Paulo, I could not check if Miguel de Deus is still active or retired from the scene. Tracks include:
01 – Cinco Anos (Miguel de Deus)
02 – Pedaços (Miguel de Deus)
03 – Mister Funk (Miguel de Deus / Nelsão Triunfo)
04 – Flaca Louca (Miguel de Deus)
05 – Black Soul Brothers (P. Rocco / Santiago)
06 – Lua Cheia (Miguel de Deus)
07 – Pode Se Queimar (Miguel de Deus)
08 – Fábrica de Papéis (Miguel de Deus)
Este disco pode ser buscado no Black brother.