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Pipo Pegoraro

Pipo Pegoraro

Pipo Pegoraro


Pipo was born in São Paulo and his musical career is longstanding, but his official milestone can be set in March 2005, when he was part of the group Q'Saliva. With this group, he has made ​​his first European tour for promoting the album “Dela”. In Europe, they played at the anthological Festival Paradiso in Amsterdam and at Supernatural, in Utrecht, also in the Netherlands. In 2008, he released his first solo album, “Intro”. 2011 Read more on Last.fm
Pipo was born in São Paulo and his musical career is longstanding, but his official milestone can be set in March 2005, when he was part of the group Q'Saliva. With this group, he has made ​​his first European tour for promoting the album “Dela”. In Europe, they played at the anthological Festival Paradiso in Amsterdam and at Supernatural, in Utrecht, also in the Netherlands. In 2008, he released his first solo album, “Intro”. 2011 The second one, “Táxi Imã”, was released by YB Music label and it was produced in partnership with the songwriter and singer Bruno Morais.

The album was a success in terms of criticism and featured in numerous press lists, like The 10 Best Albums of 2011 by MTV and UOL, in addition to competing for the best MPB album for Prêmio Dynamite. The song “Radinho”, from this album, is used for the opening of Cultura Livre, a programme from Rádio Cultura Brasil and TV Cultura. 2014 Pipo Pegoraro launches his third solo album – Mergulhar Mergulhei – by YB Music label, with artistic direction by Romulo Fróes. Mergulhar Mergulhei brings 10 novel songs, two of them in partnership with Romulo, one with Pablo Casella, a longstanding partner of Pipo, and one with the poet Arruda. Xênia França (from Aláfia band, of which he is a also member), Luz Marina, Filipe Catto and Romulo share the singing on several tracks.

Recorded live, the studio band is the same that accompanies Pipo in his concerts: Décio 7 (drums), Gustavo Cék (percussion), Marcelo Dworecki (bass), Cuca Ferreira (saxophone and flute), Fernando TRZ (piano) and Lucas Cirillo (harmonica). The album name comes from a fragment of the last track lyrics, O Que Só Cabe Em Nós, and reflects the most mature and profound musical moment of the songwriter by revealing an intimate look at the dimension and environment that exists within himself, the “time of the stars.” It is a denser and deeper stage of his career, full of pauses and explosions. Pipo’s dreams, daydreams, everyday experiences and stories are transformed into prose filled with sound elements, and into atmospheres that are close to the mystery, lightness, expansion and breaking. The arrangements of the songs are signed by all members. A rich and free collective construction was pursued. This sonority was a result of the creative process immersion made by the band and Romulo Froes ​​during two weeks of rehearsal.

Following this “diving”, they recorded the songs at YB Music studios. 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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