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Gafieira Moderna Import
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On 'Gafieira Moderna' Joyce is at her full creative potential, working with musicians she respects and admires, and in most cases with whom she has strong personal relationships. The album features the same horn and rhythm section used on her album 'Hard Bossa', and background vocals are provided by Joyces daughter, Ana. Another special guest on the album is the electric lady 'Elza Soares' the goddess of Samba - one of Joyces own early heroines and inspirations.
The album contains a mix of styles, and the lyrics cover gossipy girl talk, to advice on broken relationships and rejoicing in the everyday, humanity, and the creative process. The CD also comes with an exclusive documentary, shot on location in Brazil, which gives an intimate glimpse of the studio recording and captures the heady atmosphere of Rio in the days before carnival when the album was produced.
This is a delightful album - I think that this one to me is more a testament to her terrific guitar play. It starts out with "Forces D'Alma", a wonderful opening with her guitar and song-writing. That's followed with pure acoustics with "Na Casa Do Villa". Beautiful work, although she sings in a constant tone through and through it. "Pege Leve"'s terrific - great energy, you really end up trying to follow the lead on this cut. Other tracks that stood out to me were Bota De Sete Leguas", "Azul Bahia", "Quatro Elementos" and I loved "Risco". This disc has terrific songs, wonderful instrumentation with her husbad (Tutti Moreno), Eduardo Neves, Nilton Rodrigues and even Elza Soares appearing on the powerful opener, "Forcas D'Alma".
I recommend this. Of course I'm biased since she is easily one of my very favorite artists - if being free had a voice, it would be Joyce's music. Joyce is one of only a handful of artists out there that I'll blindly buy. If you like this, be sure to check out "Hard Bossa", and a few of her more modern releases evne like Joyce & Banda Maluca "A Little Bit Crazy" and her latest, "Rio-Bahia". It might not hurt either to check out some of her older works too which really are special. Other artists you might like too, if you enjoyed this, are Rosalia De Souza (especially her latest, Brasil Preciso Balancar), Ana Caram, Da Lata's "Song's from the Tin", Marcos Valle. From the old school, Gal Costa, Elis Regina, Leila Pinheiro, Nana Caymmi.