zecalouro is filling some gaps in response of friends request of artists that are important for Brazilian music but never had the spotlight at Loronix. The series was started with the last Lucio Alves release, now it is time present a really important singer and composer Sergio Ricardo with Sergio Ricardo - A Grande Musica de Sergio Ricardo (1967).
Sergio Ricardo is an artist of social concerns, involved since the early age with politics, being one of those interpreters of what is recognized in Brazil as Musica de Protesto. Sergio Ricardo had also many participations of Brazilian festivals making history when he broke his acoustic guitar when eliminated, YouTubed on this post.
Sergio Ricardo has several collaborations with the Brazilian film maker Glauber Rocha, being responsible for the sound track of the legendary film Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol. You can read a full Sergio Ricardo bio at AMG, here. Tracks include:
01 - A Praça É do Povo (Sergio Ricardo / Glauber Rocha)
02 - Cantochão (Sergio Ricardo)
03 - Princesa Isabel (Sergio Ricardo)
04 - Fantasia da Alegria (Sergio Ricardo)
05 - Brincadeira de Angola (Sergio Ricardo / Chico de Assis)
06 - Zé do Encantado (Sergio Ricardo)
07 - Tema da Posse (Sergio Ricardo)
08 - Bichos da Noite (Sergio Ricardo / Joaquim Cardoso)
09 - Pena e Penar (Sergio Ricardo)
10 - Abertura (Sergio Ricardo / Joaquim Cardoso)
11 - Zebedeu (Sergio Ricardo)