|Album:||Angola Soundtrack 2 - Hypnosis, Distortion & Other Innovations 1969 - 1978||Collection:||World|
|Artist:||Various Artists||Added:||Apr 2014|
|Add Date:||2014-04-25||Pull Date:||2014-06-27||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Jun 29||Jun 22||Jun 15||Jun 8||Jun 1||May 25||May 18||May 11|
|1.||Nov 12, 2022:||Music Casserole
Olha O Pica
|4.||Jun 21, 2014:||Box of Chocolates (Sub)
|2.||Jan 22, 2022:||Music Casserole
|5.||Jun 21, 2014:||Music Casserole
|3.||Jun 25, 2014:||Meow After Midnight
|6.||Jun 12, 2014:||The Final Aporeia
1. (3:35) sultry spy-soundtrack strutter, a sexy surf instrumental
2. (3:38) fast yet relaxed samba-shuffle, occasional horn accompaniment
3. (2:57) starts with a slow crooning, soon bursts into a joyous, celebratory jam--definitely a highlight!
4. (3:34) cool cyclical guitar loop under some sunshiney singing and surf melodies, exquisite stuff
5. (4:16) instrumental, mid-paced, awesome interplay between rhythm and lead guitar
6. (2:28) urgent melody explored on guitar, vocals, lots of driving energy, call-and-response verses
7. (3:05) bouncy, sexy samba groove with a slightly funky bassline; melody sounds familiar, probably Brazilian in origin
8. (2:44) even more familiar chord progression here, an instrumental hip-shaker that explores the foundations of bossa nova
9. (3:24) BONGOLOLO! Pretty much the greatest song of all time. The most upbeat, happy anthem you will ever hear. Jump around and sing along!
10. (2:36) sexy tropical jam with acoustic guitar, guiro, and what sounds like an early drum machine
11. (3:28) frantic, highly percussive samba-esque jam, crooning choruses and lots of shakers and bells
12. (4:08) sultry, mid-paced strutter; put on your shades and you’ll feel cool enough to talk to that Girl From Ipanema (or Luanda, as the case may be)
13. (3:28) Bazooka! Explosive percussion as the title indicates, manic clave and other elements carry a frantic, electrified instrumental tune.
14. (3:22) fast but somehow mellow, a sweet guitar-centric tune with some light warbling vocals
15. (5:07) the slow-dance number, a light waltz for nighttime moods, soothing vocals, but—woah! Suddenly kicks into a double-time groove halfway through. A highlight for sure.
16. (3:34) seriously badass funky bossa, ecstatic chorus, barrels along with joyous double-time energy
17. (3:26) fun tropicalia with a bit of a ska twang in the rhythm guitar
18. (4:02) swinging minor-key balladry, deeply hypnotic percussion, closer to Afro-Cuban songs in mood and structure—what a gem!
19. (3:30) chill, relaxing groove with tasteful wah-wah and chipper, fuzzy guitar leads—pseudo-psychedelic instrumental.
20. (6:20) upbeat dancefloor anthem, lots of frantic shakers and tambourines, lot of shouted repetitions of “bomba, bomba” and “ay ay ay” etc
21. (4:01) laid-back acoustic ditty, heavy resemblance to Buena Vista Social club and old-school Caribbean songs in general
|1.||Os Anjos||Avante Juventude|
|2.||Quim Manuel O Espirito Santo||Senhor Doutor|
|4.||Urbano De Castro||Kia Lomingo|
|5.||Os Jovens Do Prenda||Bina|
|8.||Os Kiezos||Saudades De Luanda|
|10.||Muhongo||N'ga Kunu M'butu|
|11.||Negoleiros Do Ritmo||Lemba|
|12.||Dicanzas Do Prenda||Snipes|
|15.||Elias Dia Kimuezo||Olha O Pica|
|17.||Africa Ritmos||Olha O Pica|
|18.||Urbano De Castro||Fatimita|
|19.||Africa Show||Inspiracao De Nito|
|21.||Teta Lando||Fuguei Na Escola|