Brazil’s Millennial Music Makers

Brazil’s Millennial Music Makers

| Air Date: 04-22-20 through 04-28-20

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Welcome!

Carmen Miranda had just turned 30 when she arrived in New York from Rio in 1939; Antonio Carlos Jobim wrote many of his best songs by age 25. And Marisa Monte was only 22 when she recorded her first album in 1989.

Time marches on, so today, we’ll explore Brazil’s Millennial Music Makers. A baker’s dozen of the best new generational voices from the land of samba and sun.

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New names, new sounds! Plus a few “back in the day” hits from Erasmo Carlos, Milton Nascimento and Djavan as we settle in with the ever-changing, always compelling Sounds of Brazil. 

Happy Listening,

Scott Adams

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This week’s show:

Brazil’s Millennial Music Makers

Hour 1:

Set 1: The Sounds of Brazil Opening Theme

O Que E Que Tem<>Ana Clara/Abencoada       

Border Line<>Deodato/The Crossing

Mane Joao<>Erasmo Carlos/Samba Soul Groove

Welcome to the Brazil Club Lounge  – Make A Request!

Coiza Boa<>Quetzal Guerrero/Coiza Boa

Special Announcement

Set 2:

Introduce Our Next Set

Vento Praia Nordeste<>Zanna/Zanna

Estrada Branca<>Til Bronner/That Summer

Introduce Next Song

Nothing But A Song<>Tiago Iorc/Let Yourself In

Nos Dois<>Milton Nascimento/A Barca Dos Amantes

Café Caldo<>Mazachigno/Cafe Roma 2

Make Me Stay<>Torcuato Mariano with Debora Cidrack/Single

Set 3: Introduce This Week’s Spotlight Song

Will I See You<>Anitta with Poo Bear/Checkmate Campaign

Diary<>Torcuato Mariano/Diary 

O Que é o Amor<>Roberta Campos/O Que é o Amor  

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Brazil’s Millennial Music Makers

Hour 2:

Set 1:

Clube Da Esqunia (Corner Club)<>UZ22/Renascimento  

Porta Aberta<>Belo/Mistério

Welcome To Our Second Hour

I Thought About You<>Alexia Bomtempo/Chasing Storms and Stars

Planador<><Gabriel Martins/Mergulho

Se<>Djavan/Coisa De Escender

Special Announcement

Set 2:

Introduce Next Song

Rainha<>Toco & Nina Miranda/Memorias 

Eterno Vearo<>Mahmundi/Mahmundi

Introduce Next Song

Leblon<>Adam Dunning/Sunset Monkeys

Pepe<>Ricardo Silveira/Small World

Voce Não Presta<>Mallu Magalhaes/Vem

Set 3:

Para Ti<>Marcela Mangabeira/Simples

Happiness<>De Phazz/Dinner Party

Living On Sand<>Leo Gandelman/Brazilian Soul

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Next Week: We’ll go back in time to ‘1967’ for a two-hour special chronicaling the most importnamt year in Brazilian music history. You will be amazed!

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Brazil’s Millennial Music Makers