Originally released in 1969, this album is one of the most significant in Brazilian musical history, spearheading the musical Tropicalia revolution lead by Brazilian legends Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil, not to mention Gal Costa and mutant rockers Os Mutantes. Not only were the artists experimenting with the music, they were also making a very strong political statement that spoke out very harshly against the military regime in Brazil at the time. This album helped land Veloso and Gil a brief stint in jail and eventually in political exile in the UK. Includes bonus CD of the album.
Various Artists: Tropicalia: Ou Panis Et Circensis
Miserere Nobis Gilberto Gil 3' 39''
Coração Materno Caetano Veloso 4' 17''
Panis et Circenses Os Mutantes 3' 36''
Lindonéia Nara Leão 2' 15''
Parque Industrial Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa, Os Mutantes 3' 17''
Geléia Geral Gilberto Gil 3' 46''
Baby Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil 3' 38''
Três Caravelas (Las Três Carabelas) Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil 3' 08''
Enquanto Seu Lobo Não Vem Caetano Veloso 2' 31''
Mamãe, Coragem Gal Costa 2' 23''
Bat Macumba Gilberto Gil 2' 38''
Hino do Senhor do Bonfim Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, Os Mutantes 3' 37''
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