1972 album from Brazil's Milton Nascimento and Lô Borges. Clube Da Esquina is named after the Brazilian music artists collective that both Nascimento and Borges were a part of. Together with Tropicalia, Clube Da Esquina was the Brazilian musical movement that achieved the greatest international resonance in the post-bossa nova period. The collective collective originated in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais and the album is filled with contributions from mineiros. The Clube Da Esquina style mixes rock and roll, progressive rock, bossa nova and jazz styles, with Brazilian country music and classical music influences. The album features many Clube Da Esquina hits, including: "Tudo Que Você Podia Ser," "Cais," "O Trem Azul," "Caravo E Canela," "Um Girassol da Cor do Seu Cabelo," "San Vicente," "Clube da Esquina No. 2," and many others. Twenty-one tracks in all. Released by 4 Men With Beards on 180 gram double vinyl with a gatefold sleeve.
- 180 gram double vinyl pressing
- music label: Odeon 1972 / 4 Men With Beards 2010
reviewed by Mrs. Morgendorffer 08/2015