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Blue Afternoon

Blue Afternoon

Blue Afternoon


Blue Afternoon was born of the will of Guilherme Barrella to write sad songs in the style of some of his great idols, such as Tim Hardin, Leonard Cohen, Lambchop and Tindersticks, but it took some time to find the ideal partners to take the project ahead. Guilherme started to transform his ideas into songs, with a leading acoustic guitar and instruments as harmonica and cello following his melancholic voice. Some years later, Blue Afternoon recorded Folxploitation, with the arrangements that Guilherme always imagined for his songs. Read more on Last.fm
Blue Afternoon was born of the will of Guilherme Barrella to write sad songs in the style of some of his great idols, such as Tim Hardin, Leonard Cohen, Lambchop and Tindersticks, but it took some time to find the ideal partners to take the project ahead. Guilherme started to transform his ideas into songs, with a leading acoustic guitar and instruments as harmonica and cello following his melancholic voice. Some years later, Blue Afternoon recorded Folxploitation, with the arrangements that Guilherme always imagined for his songs. In tuning with bands as Black Heart Procession and Smog, the sound of Blue Afternoon is simple and elaborated at the same time. Calm songs, where silence matters as much as each sound, fragile melodies, serious and moved vocals, delicate and intense arrangements, desolate and poetical lyrics, a sad mood and equal doses of folk, avant-rock, soul and country make of Blue Afternoon an unique band. In late 2004, Blue Afternoon released Radio Sessions, an album comprised of two separate radio sessions, one acoustic and one electric.

Guilherme is now recording his new album Countrypolitan, to be released in summer 2006. Guilherme is also a member of the bands Vurla, Open Field, Maison, Ocean Pacific and occasionally plays with Open Field Church, Prelinger Archives and Tony da Gatorra. He runs the Peligro mailorder and the Open Field and ¡Maldita Sea! record labels. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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