Comes to the market, by Kuarup Producer, Eliana Pittman Hoje, Ontem e Sempre (Today, Yesterday and Always).
Recorded in acoustic format with guitar and percussion, the album brings together ten songs recorded by authors such as Vinicius de Moraes, Martinho da Vila, Fito Paez, Chico Cesar, Candeia, Cazuza and Gilberto Gil among other remarkable brazilian singers.
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Link to videoclipe “Gamei“
Pittman is one of the most versatile singers of Brazilian music, having been the only Brazilian singer to feature the cover of the American magazine Ebony (for black public).
In the musical imagination of those who lived in the 1970s, the Rio de Janeiro singer is the lively performer of sambas and stampos which made her nationally famous during that golden decade, but the international verve inherited by her father, the extraordinary American saxophonist Booker Pittman, made her one of brazilian top jazz singers.
Eliana is the daughter of Booker Pittman, a leading saxophonist and jazz clarinetist born in Dallas (USA), who migrated to Brazil during the 30s, affectionately nicknamed Buca by Pixinguinha (1897–1973), who also played the saxophone, among other multiple artistic attributes.
And now the singer releases Eliana Pittman Today, Yesterday and Always album, produced by Thiago Marques Luiz, which brings as a bonus a live show in Paris
“May I accomplish beautiful things in my life, help people through my singing, bringing hope, peace and love to everyone who hears the sound of my voice,” she said.
Track to Track:
1 – O Morro Não Tem Vez (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes / Tom Jobim); 2 – Gamei (Délcio Luiz / André Renato); 3 – Ex-Amor (Martinho da Vila); 4 – Drão (Gilberto Gil); 5 – Onde Estará O Meu Amor (Chico César); 6 – Até A Lua (Tião Carvalho); 7 – Preciso Dizer Que Te Amo (Dê / Cazuza / Bebel Gilberto); 8 – Preciso Me Encontrar (Candeia); 9 – Yo Vengo A Ofrecer Mi Corazón (Fito Paez); 10 – Tributo à Vaidade (Café / Iran Silva / Carlinhos Madureira).
Bonus – Show Paris 1970
11 – Aquele Abraço (Gilberto Gil); 12 – Garoto De Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes); 13 – O Pato (Jaime Silva / Neuza Teixeira); 14 – Desafinado (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça); 15 – Big Spender (Cy Coleman / Dorothy Fields); 16 – Manhã de Carnaval (Luiz Bonfá / Antônio Maria); 17 – Ponteio (Edu Lobo / Capinan); 18 – Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes).
The Kuarup label was founded in Rio de Janeiro in 1977 by a producer named Mario de Aratanha and the late bassoonist Airton Barbosa of Quinteto Villa-Lobos.
Today, it is one of the leading independent record labels in the country.
Specializing in Brazilian music, Kuarup has over 200 titles in its collection, and having the largest collection of Villa-Lobos works in Brazil.
The repertoire brings northeastern music, country music, MPB, samba and instrumental, among other styles.