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Title:

Canto on Guitar

Cover: LP - front  /  back  /  gatefold  /  label
CD Germany - front  /  back  /  booklet  /  disc  /  matrix
CD Japan - front  /  back  /  disc  /  matrix
Tracks:
  1. Samba Em Preludio
  2. Tres Temas Da Fe Afro-Brasileira:
    - Pai (Um Canto De Preto Velho)
    - Filho (Batuque Para Um Orixa)
    - Espirito Santo (Oxala)
  3. Marcha Escocesa
  4. Tributo A Um Amigo
  5. Quaquaraquaqua (Vou Deitar E Rolar)
  6. Cegos Do Nordeste
Group: Baden Powell Quartet
Musicians: Baden Powell (git, vcl)
Ernesto Ribeiro-Goncalves (b)
Helio Schiavo (dr)
Alfredo Bessa (perc)
Guitar Model: Author 3 by luthier Reinaldo DiGiorgio
Year of performance: 2-3 December 1970,
MPS Studio Villingen, Germany
Producer & Crew: Producer: Joachim E. Berendt
Recording Director: H.G. Brunner-Schwer
Recording Engineer: Rolf Donner
Linernotes: Joachim E. Berendt (German / English)
Fotos: MPS-Frey
Artwork: Bernard Wetz
Total Time 40:45 min.
Label: MPS (Germany, Japan, USA)
LP number: 15.300 ST (Germany)
YS-2108-MP (Japan)
MC 25155 (USA)
CD number: 821 866-2 (Germany)
POCJ-2711 (Japan)
UPC / EAN number: 042282186621 (Germany)
n / n (Japan)
Release Year: LP: 1971, Germany
LP: 1971, Japan
LP: 1973, USA (incl. Poema on Guitar)
CD: 30 May 1991, Germany
CD: 7 April 1999, Japan
Also published as: Baden Powell On Guitar (CD-Box, Germany, 2006)
Description: Words by Joachim E. Berendt in German and
English. Gatefoldcover with pictures from the
"Canto on Guitar" session.
Last page update: 15 October 2016
Comments:  

BrazilOnGuitar says: Canto on Guitar was the third record for MPS.
The Baden Powell Quartet recorded it immediately after their first tour in Germany. Most compositions were developed directly from improvisations. Hardly any other of Baden Powell's records deals so closed thematically with the religions of Brazil. The suite "Tres Temas Da Fe Afro-Brasileira" with is trance-like rhythms is the spiritual centre of the record.

1970 Baden said about the suite: "I think it became the most beautiful thing I ever have done. Espirito Santo is the most lovely bit definitely." For Baden the record meant the breakthrough in a freer form of making music, which can be heard in his next records: "Lotus" and the threepart "Baden Powell Quartet" series. We thank Robert G. (Germany) for his translation.

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