DJ Paulão
Então Tome! Feira Livre Vol. 1
Posted by taylor
on 9 October 2007 (16:07:24)
Perfect. Best mix I heard for time
Posted by Rose&Towel
on 9 August 2007 (04:24:57)
This mix is THE SHIT!! Thank you.
Posted by guaracy araujo
on 26 February 2011 (02:48:31)
fino... queria esse disco do Sérgio Mendes! :)
Posted by edinho
on 26 August 2011 (20:14:13)
Saudaçõess Paulãoooo a galera de Limeira adorou seu trabalho, valew pela presença em nossa Comunidade....Abraçosss Edinho.....Comunidade Amigos do Dito.
Posted by DJ Bobzz
on 24 February 2011 (13:06:06)
Muito bom! Muito bom! Parabéns pelo trabalho!
Posted by Marcos
on 24 August 2011 (00:05:17)
Muito bom! Melhor ainda é escupar ao vivo!! rsrsr
Respected Brazilian DJ and music researcher DJ Paulão gives Spannered a sniff of his sprawling record collection
When it comes to digging up lost Brazilian classics, Paulo Sakae Tahira is something of an archaeologist. A full-time researcher of música brasileira from the second half of the 20th century, Paulão (that's 'Big Paul', to non-Portuguese speakers) isn't, thankfully, the kind of vinyl addict who keeps his prized finds hidden away under lock and key; his DJ performances have taken him all over Brazil, and as far afield as France, Spain and Switzerland.

Hailing from the concrete jungle of São Paulo, Paulão moved to the nearby city of Campinas in the early nineties, where he developed both his skills as a DJ and his reputation as a discerning connoisseur of his country's music (with particular focus to the 60s and 70s). There he helped to establish Rádio Muda, a terrestrial radio project to which he still contributes. Together with friends, he was responsible for bringing big name acts to Campinas during the nineties with a series of seminal parties, Festas Black. In the years since, Paulão has been involved in promoting various other events, and has played alongside many of the country's best-known artists. He also writes for the excellent Brazilian music site Gafieiras.

Now based back in São Paulo, Paulão is currently finalising details of his second European tour (you can find out where and when to catch him by visiting his site). His scope as a record selector extends far beyond the shores of Brazil, to Afrobeat, New Orleans jazz and various other strains of Black music and rare groove, but if you want a taste of real deal Brazilian hot stuff, check this out...
 
Tracklisting:
  • Intro
  • Fagner — Moto I
  • Tim Maia — Marcio Leonardo e Telmo
  • Sergio Mendes — For What is Worth
  • Marcos Valle — Mentira
  • João Donato — Cala a Boca Menino
  • Emilio Santiago — Bananeira
  • Di Melo — A Vida Em Seus Métodos Diz Calma
  • Paulo Dinis — Pirim Pim Pim
  • Ed Lincoln — I Want to Take You Home
  • Tom e Dito — Resolução
  • Les Etoiles — Chica Chica Boom Chic
  • MPB-4 — O Cafona
  • Claudette Soares —Canoeiro
  • Novos Baianos — Colégio de Aplicação
  • Tom Zé — Dor e Dor
  • Antonio Carlos e Jocafi — Kabaluerê
  • Jorge Ben— Umbabarauma
  • Tim Maia Racional - Queira Ou Não Queira
  • Roberto Carlos - Todos Estão Surdos
  • Chico Science e Nação Zumbi - Todos Estão Surdos
  • Antonio Carlos e Jocafi - Simbarerê
  • Jorge Ben - A História de Jorge
  • MPB-4 - Agiboré
  • Airto Moreira - Peasant Dance

 

 Read Spannered's interview with DJ Paulão from October 2007



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