Oba Oba Samba House
Oba Oba Samba House
Well then, many call it style. But you can also call it a night with the "Oba Oba Samba House Live" CD and DVD being released. We speak of a night in the life of Fernando Diniz (bass, keyboards and voice), Luciano Tiso (guitar, bass and vocals), Leco Cavalini (guitar, voice and chips) and Cleber Tiso (percussion and vocals) and Oba Oba company. The night of November 27, 2011, when the record was written. In less than two hours, the group walks the pagoda to heavy rock, national and gringo, disassembling them and turning into a combination of electronic beats with melody and rhythm of the samba. But that's not all.
Is all this. The light show's opening, the presence of a DJ on stage opening work, percussion and extending the carpet taken from "Mas Que Nada" by Jorge Benjor (then Ben), with vignette of "In the beggining" of Deeplick, master the slopes. Cavaco, guitar, bass, voice and melody draw what they will turn to night. The electronic beat accents in "Fisher King" with "Waves of Feeling", the first hit of the Rappa ("If My knees ached no more ..." identified?) With the presence of new Deeplick (vignettes of work lead to his signature). And the score 3-0 mark in the next excitement, "Ze Gatão" music of their own where the show turns into house electro rave in Batidão bursting chest and synth lead. When you expect any surprises were lodged up there, they join Kings of Leon and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers ("Use Somebody" and "Otherside") in electronic version samba and you end up delivering. Especially when a Foo Fighters derive a result ("Times Like These") combined with "Mistakes" by Kiko Zambianchi in Batidão electro. It has (very) own more songs, of course, as the electronic sambas "This Time I learn" and "Magic of Love", the latter taken slower and romantic. And there's also the genre to rebuild international classics as "Fly Away" by Lenny Kravitz. Reggae is also present in "Hey Ragga" with "Natiruts Reggae Power", where the swing gives the cue for the animation festival electronics.
This, only the DVD. The genus praieiro takes account of the night with "In Beira Beach", and pop, to invite the audience to sing along. And speaking of the beach, the war cry of the Carnival of Salvador, "Yo-aê-ou-ou-ou-ou-oooooo", dominates the stage and audience in the house version of "Prefix Summer" with the introduction of "Summer Hit "(also on DVD only). The crispness not to, and jump from Jamaica to the wheels with the pagoda "I'll push, but I will not turn on now" "Malandragem Gives a Time." To complete the introduction of the song has heavy guitar riff, "Play the Guitar". Samba romantic slower? "Why not Call?" Oba Oba's own. Whether you step on the accelerator? "She Wants Pressure" almost a samba brakes. The group focuses on the cannons to the Caribbean, the broth thickens on stage with horn section and pulls ska with "Heats" and "My Stage", the first single.
"Who wants to climb on my stage screams," invite the chorus. We have the first special guest of the night. I mean, dual participation, Fred and Gustavo, who sing along to electro-house-samba "Monday is the day to Muie." In the DVD, a pout pourri of standarts of country music: "Evidence," "I'll Take a Pingão" and "Galopeira", packaged in Batidão delicious. In the second contribution, is called to the stage to sing Fernandinho Beatbox anthem of Planet Hemp, "Keep Respect." Think of rap and samba with electronica. I mean, think not - hear it is (very) best. Two business cards of Brazilian swing are sung in unison: "Do not Want Money" (Tim Maia) and "Taj Mahal" (Jorge Benjor) in version samba rock. And the same samba rocker closes the work with "Praieiro" and "Final Batucada". It gets a taste of want more.
In the air, in the audience and on stage. But it's certainly not just taste. From which to draw as many pearls, the sea is very deep. And, most importantly, fertile.
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