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Intervista a Marcos Valle: "il poeta della spiaggia di Ipanema". L'Artista dal suond Carioca.

Intervista a Marcos Valle: "il poeta della spiaggia di Ipanema". L'Artista dal suond Carioca.

Un incontro speciale con un'artista che ha segnato parte della storia della musica latinoamericana ed in particolare della Bossa Nova, una sorta di Samba suonata in modo più minimale e con un tempo inferiore rispetto alla Samba.

È compositore ed interprete di brani che hanno tracciato un'impronta indelebile nella storia della musica, indiscusso sperimentatore sonoro che ha saputo contaminare il pop, la bossa nova, la psychedelia più raffinata, il jazz e il funk.

Per ricordare solo alcuni dei suoi più noti brani potremmo citare Samba de Verao, Batucada, Crickets Sing for Anamaria.

Le sue canzoni sono state reinterpretate dai nomi più celebri della scena internazionale come: Frank Sinatra, Elis Regina, Bebel Gilberto, 4Hero e Jazzanova e la sua voce è stata campionata da artisti moderni come Jay Z nel suo recente Blueprint 3.

Al microfono di Patrizio Longo incontriamo il maestro Marcos Valle per raccontare del nuovo lavoro intitolato Estática (2010 – FarOut Recordings). Bentrovato?

Grazie, è un piacere.

Un disco che riassume una carriera artistica di oltre mezzo secolo di sperimentazioni sonore, c'è funk, orchestra, jazz e bossa nova?

Sono d'accordo. Penso di esser stato in grado di scrivere e registrare canzoni in tutto questo tempo. L'opportunità di avere un'orchestra in questo CD è un regalo da FarOut per le canzoni che ho scritto e per riuscire a mostrare la mistura di influenze che ho nella mia musica. Non mi piace ripetermi, così sono soddisfatto che ogni mio nuovo CD abbia qualcosa che possa entusiasmare me e il mio pubblico. Lavoro alla perfezione con essa.

Interview with Marcos Valle: "the poet from Ipanema beach" the carioca sound artist

Interview with Marcos Valle: "the poet from Ipanema Beach" the carioca sound artist

A special meeting with an artist who has been part of the history of Latin American music and in particular of Bossa Nova, a sort of Samba played in a more minimal way and with a lower tempo than Samba.

He's a composer and performer of songs that are an indelible mark in the history of music, an undisputed sound experimenter that has managed to merge pop, bossa nova, the finest psychedelia, jazz and funk.

Just to mention a few of his most famous songs: Samba de Verao, Batucada, Crickets Sing for Anamaria.

His songs were reinterpreted by the most famous names on the international scene as Frank Sinatra, Elis Regina, Bebel Gilberto, Jazzanova and 4Hero and his voice has been sampled by modern artists like Jay Z's recent Blueprint.

On Patrizio Longo's microphone we meet maestro Marcos Valle to talk about his new work entitled Estática (2010 - FarOut) . Welcome!

Thank you, it is a pleasure.

An album that sums up a career of over half a century of sound experimentation, there's funk, orchestral, jazz and bossa nova?

Well, I agree, I think I was able to write and record songs The opportunity to use an orchestra in this CD, it was a present from FarOut , because the songs that have written, for this CD that show the blend of influences I have in my music. I do not like to repeat myself, so I am glad that each new CD comes with something that can excite me and my audience. Work perfectly well with it.

Listening to your work we can feel a familiar sound. What sound research did you do?

I like to be aware of what is happening today in music , new groups , new songs , from Brazil , and also out of Brazil, at the same time that I still listen to Ravel, Debussy, Caymmi, Jobim, Black Music from the 60’s and 70’s, Jazz, etc…

During your career you travelled and met different cultures. Did this knowledge infiltrate even in your music?

I presume that everything I have enjoyed in music had some influence in my style.

Can you confirm that once you hit Marlon Brando? for what reason?

I was 21, and my wife, a beautiful brunette, was 18. We were in a tipical Hollywood party, with famous musicians, actors, actresses, producers, etc… They had there music instruments and microphones for who would like to play. I did, Henri Mancini, Sergio Mendes, Laurindo de Almeida, Petula Clark, Johnny Mandel and others also did. And Marlon Brando the whole time was playing the bongos, and drinking. When my wife and I were leaving, While I was saying goodbye to the hosts, I did not see that he pulled her by the arm and said something like “I want you”. She was the kind of woman that hated those things, even being Marlon Brando, so she called him some bad names and told me what had happened. So, I went in his direction to punch him, but the host and his friends stopped me, telling me that he was drunk, so I should not pay any attention to him. My wife and I were really angry, but decided to go home. This the funny story about almost punching Brando.

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