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Lelo Nazario - Percussônica Ao Vivo Hoje flac mp3
Lelo Nazario
Percussônica Ao Vivo Hoje
Recording date:
October 15, 1998 - October 22, 2002
Date of release:
Recording location:
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, São Paulo, Brazil
FLAC vers. size:
1282 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1902 mb
WMA vers. size:
1598 mb
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Edna María Nazario Figueroa (born April 11, 1955) is a Puerto Rican musician, singer, songwriter and actress who has achieved stardom both at home and abroad. She has been in the music business from a young age, and has released twenty-three (23) studio albums and five (5) live albums throughout her career. Nazario was born on April 11, 1955 in Ponce, Puerto Rico, to Domingo Nazario and Gudelia Figueroa. She has two older brothers (Tito and Alberto) and a younger brother (Frank, .

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Nazario, Lelo - AfricaAsiaAmerica. This is his fifth album and features typically enticing Brazilian-style jazz-rock fusion mixed with Afro-Brazilian forms and rhythms. This features "special performances by guest artists Felipe Ávila (Sexo dos Anjos, Percussônica) and Teco Cardoso (Pé Ante Pé, Pau Brasil).

Shortly after the Festival, Lelo Nazario and bassist Zeca Assumpção also joined the Hermeto Pascoal band, establishing with Zé Eduardo what was then known as "Paulista rhythm section" (a piano, bass and drums trio featuring musicians from the city of São Paulo, while other performers were from Rio de Janeiro), and becoming the basis of the band up to the beginning of 1977. This was then followed by the recording of Gismonti’s "Nó Caipira" album, and the performing at the 1st São Paulo Jazz Festival in 1978 (both with Gismonti and Grupo Um), and in a John McLaughlin concert tour called "Tropical Jazz Rock" in May 1979, which started in Brazil and ended in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The trio called Percussônica soon built up an original repertoire and released two CDs, "Percussônica" and "Hoje," both recorded live in 1998 and 2002.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 N'Daê Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 3:54
2 Percussônica Felipe Avila / Lelo Nazario / Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 6:37
3 Hoje Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 1:18
4 Não Temo Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 5:14
5 Minas d'Água Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 5:21
6 Festa Na Rua Lelo Nazario / Rodolfo Stroeter Lelo Nazario 7:09
7 Flor Do Sul Lelo Nazario Lelo Nazario 7:37
8 Cep Felipe Avila Lelo Nazario 7:47
9 Africana Lelo Nazario Lelo Nazario 5:09
10 Dança das Águas Lelo Nazario Lelo Nazario 4:05
11 Maracatu Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 0:59
12 O Sétimo Portal Lelo Nazario Lelo Nazario 9:10
13 A Xepa Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 7:00
14 Psicopático Felipe Avila / Lelo Nazario / Zé Eduardo Nazario Lelo Nazario 4:54


Rodrigo Araujo - Artwork, Design
Felipe Avila - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Synthesizer), Producer
Marcelo Spindola Bacha - Executive Producer
Adriana Cataldo - Design
Renato Coppola - Engineer
Graham Hulme - Editing
Clarissa Lambert - Photography
Marlui Miranda - Percussion, Vocals
Lelo Nazario - Composer, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Producer, Remastering
Zé Eduardo Nazario - Berimbau, Composer, Drums, Liner Notes, Percussion, Producer
Alberto Ranellucci - Engineer
Rodolfo Stroeter - Composer
Rodrigo Werneck - Editing