MARCOS VALLE

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Marcos Valle was the Renaissance man of Brazilian pop, a singer/songwriter/producer who straddled the country's music world from the early days of the bossa nova craze well into the fusion-soaked sound of '80s MPB. Though his reputation in America never quite compared to contemporaries like Caetano Veloso, Milton Nascimento, Gilberto Gil, or even Tom Zé, Valle is one of the most important and popular performers in the history of Brazilian pop.

Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1943, Valle studied classical music as a child but listened to many different types of music, especially jazz. He began writing songs with his brother Paulo Sérgio -- Marcos was the tune writer, Paulo the lyricist -- in the early '60s, and after Tamba Trio found a hit with his "Sonho de Maria," Valle was named Brazil's Leading Composer of the Year at the age of 19. A recording contract soon followed, and in
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MARCOS VALLE Discography

MARCOS VALLE albums / top albums

MARCOS VALLE Samba 0.00 | 0 ratings
Samba "demais"
Latin Jazz 1963
MARCOS VALLE O compositor e o cantor album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
O compositor e o cantor
Latin Jazz 1965
MARCOS VALLE Braziliance! album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Braziliance!
Latin Jazz 1966
MARCOS VALLE Braziliance album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Braziliance
Latin Jazz 1967
MARCOS VALLE Samba '68 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Samba '68
Latin Jazz 1968
MARCOS VALLE Viola enluarada album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Viola enluarada
Latin Jazz 1968
MARCOS VALLE Mustang côr de sangue album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Mustang côr de sangue
Latin Jazz 1969
MARCOS VALLE Marcos Valle album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Marcos Valle
Latin Jazz 1970
MARCOS VALLE Garra album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Garra
Latin Jazz 1971
MARCOS VALLE Vento Sul album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Vento Sul
Latin Jazz 1972
MARCOS VALLE Previsão Do Tempo album cover 5.00 | 1 ratings
Previsão Do Tempo
Latin Jazz 1973
MARCOS VALLE Marcos Valle (1974) album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Marcos Valle (1974)
Latin Jazz 1974
MARCOS VALLE Vontade De Rever Voce album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Vontade De Rever Voce
Pop/Art Song/Folk 1981
MARCOS VALLE Marcos Valle (1983) album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Marcos Valle (1983)
Latin Jazz 1983
MARCOS VALLE Tempo Da Gente album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Tempo Da Gente
Latin Jazz 1986
MARCOS VALLE Nova Bossa Nova album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Nova Bossa Nova
Latin Jazz 1997
MARCOS VALLE Escape album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Escape
Latin Jazz 2001
MARCOS VALLE The Remix Album Vol 1 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Remix Album Vol 1
Latin Jazz 2002
MARCOS VALLE Contrasts album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Contrasts
Latin Jazz 2003
MARCOS VALLE Jet-Samba album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Jet-Samba
Latin Jazz 2005
MARCOS VALLE Marcos Valle, Celso Fonseca ‎: Página Central album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Marcos Valle, Celso Fonseca ‎: Página Central
Latin Jazz 2009
MARCOS VALLE Estatica album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Estatica
Latin Jazz 2010
MARCOS VALLE Sempre album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Sempre
RnB 2019

MARCOS VALLE EPs & splits

MARCOS VALLE O Cafona album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
O Cafona
Latin Jazz 1971

MARCOS VALLE live albums

MARCOS VALLE Marcos Valle & Victor Biglione : Live In Montreal album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Marcos Valle & Victor Biglione : Live In Montreal
Latin Jazz 2007
MARCOS VALLE Conecta - Ao Vivo No Cinemateque album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Conecta - Ao Vivo No Cinemateque
Latin Jazz 2008
MARCOS VALLE Marcos Valle & Stacey Kent ‎: Ao Vivo album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Marcos Valle & Stacey Kent ‎: Ao Vivo
Latin Jazz 2013

MARCOS VALLE demos, promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs)

MARCOS VALLE re-issues & compilations

MARCOS VALLE The Essential Marcos Valle album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Essential Marcos Valle
Latin Jazz 1995
MARCOS VALLE The Essential Marcos Valle, Volume 2 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
The Essential Marcos Valle, Volume 2
Latin Jazz 1996
MARCOS VALLE Demais a Jet, o Melhor De Marcos Valle album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Demais a Jet, o Melhor De Marcos Valle
Latin Jazz 2007
MARCOS VALLE Carioca Soul: The Best of Marcos Valle album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Carioca Soul: The Best of Marcos Valle
Latin Jazz 2008
MARCOS VALLE Coleção Folha 50 anos de bossa nova, Volume 12 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Coleção Folha 50 anos de bossa nova, Volume 12
Latin Jazz 2008
MARCOS VALLE Esphera album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Esphera
Latin Jazz 2010
MARCOS VALLE Tudo: A Discografia Completa de 1963 a 1974 album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Tudo: A Discografia Completa de 1963 a 1974
Latin Jazz 2011

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MARCOS VALLE Previsão Do Tempo

Album · 1973 · Latin Jazz
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Necessity. An experiment. Talent. Conviction.

As a result, it will be necessary for the listener to know the process that this wonderful album is announced. And it will be necessary for us to read the musicality that Marcos Valle created and the situation that happened with talent in Brazil of the 60s. The listener believes that the pleasure of this album spreads if I know the summary.

You must explain some then situation and situation about the market for music to enjoy this album. And the then Brazilian situation will affect it deeply. And the situation to surround Marcos Valle changed every moment, and this album was born.

At first I explain music and the directionality that Marcos Valle created from the latter half of the 60s. He comes across a classical music at 5-year-old time. And he is given a piano by a grandmother. And he is attracted by the jazz which was gradually conveyed by the United States. And there is him in playing a guitar at teenage time for the first time. Probably the musician who started the method about the performance of a song and the guitar not only Marcos Valle would have a big influence by Joao Gilberto. And I suppose that probably it is in this time, and Marcos Valle has already learned a technical part about the music.

Marcos Valle is born to a parent running a lawyer. Probably the future occupation would have various choices for Marcos Valle at this time. However, it would be fatal for him, as a result, to have chosen the life as the musician. He begins the history as a musician in the teens in a club in Sao Paulo. It appeared in a remark of Roberto Menescal conspicuously that Marcos Valle already had the talent as the musician. Marcos Valle visited the cause of Roberto Menescal and was going to learn the technique about the performance of the guitar. However, Roberto Menescal has already seen through talent of Marcos Valle. As a result, the song of Marcos Valle and the guitar and the piano are established as an original method. The advice of the rotation to surround him would have it. And it is a well-known fact that Marcos Valle established the position as a composer.

When it linked the situation of the music of at least then Brazil if this album considers it as process announced as aggregate of the wonderful music, I may suppose it. As a result, the situation and the history of the Brazilian music that happened in the latter half of the 60s were complicated. It will be necessary to analyze the situation as a summary. There were some historic facts and derivation there.

1. Pleasure and inevitability in the listener of the Brazilian music

The music that was fraught with traditional parts such as samba and bossa nova for Brazilian music let universal parts always link. However, the inevitability that slightly changed for Brazilian music and listener at this time was existence of the music festival. The Brazilian music gave a very fresh impression for the people of other countries. And there were both the Brazilian music and the part which came under an influence by American jazz equally. The genre called jazz bossa would often have in particular a form of trio. It succeeded to some extent more like Milton Banana and was established. However, the existence of this music festival gave the shadow which was ignorant of the splendid classic history such as samba and bossa nova.

2. A coup d'etat and military regime in Brazil of the 60s

Such military pressure and control are very disappointing. This control continued very for a long time. And this situation was remarkable at the same time in a market of the music. This situation was one of the factors to let a traditional part of the Brazilian music delay. The singer who reacted in this situation was in particular Nara Reao. It is a fact that she was a goddess of bossa nova. However, the remark that tuned to the part in the system was shocking. This situation would be the factor that was enough to let the decline of the Brazilian music accelerate.

3. Tropicalismo

The military control would let a tradition of the Brazilian music decline in the then Brazilian history. However, the anti-system included the counterattack of music and the culture at the same time. It is a fact to have had effect of the musicality such as The Beatles on this activity indirectly. It was generated not to mention derivation and influence of such a music worldwide. Furthermore, the derivation of these music included a cultural aspect. It was expressed not only music by drama and a movie and art. As a result, these expression develops into insurgence. This situation became the huge wave as Tropicalismo. There were Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil for a maelstrom of this situation. The activity gave a big shock. It let, as a result, samba and bossa nova decline, and some musicians laid a result to take refuge in the other countries. This was one counter culture in the Brazilian history.

4. Musica Popular Brasileira

The existence of the music festival that I spoke by the above was one of the factors that were enough to establish MPB. I suppose in particular that the existence of Elis Regina let you express musicality to establish the dawn of MPB. The stage in the market of the music excreted in Sao Paulo from Rio de Janeiro. And the existence of MPB was established for a listener with many musicians. An interlocking movement of various music. pop in particular and rock and the fusion of the Brazilian music became MPB and accelerated.

Marcos Valle which had been already known in the United States in the 60s returned to Brazil in 1968. Of course military control began in those days. In this situation, I cannot grasp feelings of Marcos Valle which returned to Brazil. However, his rotation already included the existence of his older brother and Deodato and various musicians. And experience that he cultivated in the United States was enough to let you express it as MPB. Rather those situation and expression might not have at all sense of incongruity.

The "rhythm always had importance same as harmony and a melody for me. "

Marcos Valle speaks in this way and reviews those days. However, as for the music of Marcos Valle in the 70s in particular, ability of construction and the arrangement of the melody will be fully shown. It lets you ask about his having had talent for composition with the performance of the musical instrument enough. It is remarkable in creation of the music that he in particular went for in the 70s.

The point that is important as the different factor that this album is wonderful will be existence of "Azimuth". Azimuth acted as back band in live where Marcos Valle had already gone to. Therefore, the participation in the recording of this album would be natural, too.

MPB has been already established. However, it is not exaggeration even if I say that Marcos Valle which let you introduce original sensitivity and talent into the established musicality created form of new MPB. The traditional Brazilian music is not included in this album. However, it is a model of new MPB which this album follows them and created. It is progressive surely. And it completely succeeds. Please feel talent of Marcos Valle.

"Flamengo Ate Morrer" is well-done as a beginning of this album very much. I adopt a factor of the acoustic with the atmosphere of the samba as an axis. Furthermore, it is handled an obbligato and the chorus of the keyboard. A lyrical song. The melody of the keyboard in particular helps an atmosphere of the music very much. The melody is lyrical, but chord and the construction of the music are wonderful.

In "Nem Paleto, Nem Gravata", a melody is very unique. A keyboard instrument helps the unique melody. And rhythm and the song which used many syncopation match a bright melody. Constitution and the melody of the music are cheerful. The importance of a melody and the rhythm that Marcos Valle spoke will be shown in this music.

"Tira A Mao" begins by a melody with overwhelming lyrism. Probably I may adopt chromatic scale progress. And a little rock chord succeeds enough, too.Arrangement and the construction of the melody are wonderful. I can catch this music as progressive MPB. A keyboard and the arrangement of bass are wonderful.

"Mentira" is music popular in Europe and Japan. The melody that adopted RnB and horn section is good. An element such as a little funk carried on the melody. This music is one of the melodies that are funky in this album.

"Previsao Do Tempo" is a ballad with the lyrism very much. There is not the song, but the next board and arrangement of strings are wonderful. The homesickness in the Brazilian music is expressed by established MPB. Overlap and the power of expression of various sounds are wonderful.

"Mais Do Que Valsa" is music using three beats. A feeling of floating and the translucency that a melody has are wonderful. The obbligato of the keyboard. Or the song of falsetto by Marcos Valle creates an atmosphere of this music.

In "Os Ossos Do Barao", it is bargained over a song and the chorus. ensemble of a wind instrument and the keyboard is united. A feeling of scamper that music has is comfortable.

"Nao Tem Nada Nao" is one of the highlights of this album, too. Deodato and Joao Donato affect this music as composition, too. The rhythm by the on beat. A melody of the homesickness that Brazilian music has. The arrangement of the keyboard. The obbligato of the guitar. All is wonderful. And, as for this music, a melody lasts as reprise.

"Samba Fatal" is the ballad that homesickness and the sorrow were expressed very much. The sound of a slightly heavy guitar. Progress of complete chord. A feeling of floating.

"Tiu Ba La Quieba" is progressive MPB. The arrangement of the keyboard. The melody of the song has originality.

"De Repente, Moca Flor" is music with the very melody of peace.Power of expression of translucency and a feeling of floating. And the obbligato of strings is elegant. I contribute to the role of the keyboard enough.

I let this album created form of MPB in the 70s enough and express it. Talent and the expression that Marcos Valle has are shown enough by this album. And Marcos Valle has already known the technique to adopt a factor of various music on a part of traditional music. I recommend this album for a listener loving Brazilian music with a listener loving music. Here is the music that should be handed down.



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