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Jorge Ben - Fôrça Bruta FLAC album


Performer: Jorge Ben
Genre: Latin
Title: Fôrça Bruta
Country: Brazil
Released: 1970
Style: Samba, MPB
FLAC version ZIP size: 1613 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1743 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1157 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 209
Other Formats: MP3 XM MP2 VOC FLAC MPC DTS

Jorge Ben is the self-titled sixth studio album by Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Jorge Ben. It was released in November 1969 by Philips Records. The album was his first recording for a major label since 1965 when his first stint with Philips ended due to creative differences. Ben recorded the album alongside producer Manoel Barenbein, the vocal/percussion band Trio Mocotó, and an orchestral section arranged by José Briamonte and Rogério Duprat

Complete your Jorge Ben collection. Jorge Ben. Fôrça Bruta ‎(LP, Album, Mono).

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Fôrça Bruta by Jorge Ben. View all albums . By: Jorge Ben (1969, Jazz).

Negro É Lindo (1971). In 1969, Jorge Ben re-signed to Philips Records after a four-year leave from the label due to creative differences and recorded his self-titled sixth album. It featured songs performed with Trio Mocotó as his backing band; Ben had met the vocal/percussion group while touring the nightclub circuit in São Paulo in the late 1960s. The. band's members were Fritz Escovão (who played the cuíca), Nereu Gargalo (tambourine), and João Parahyba (drums and percussion)  . Fôrça Bruta has a pervasive sense of melancholy, according to Brazilian music scholar Pedro Alexandre Sanches.

By Jorge Ben Jor. 1970, 10 songs. Listen to Força Bruta (1970) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Forca Bruta" is Jorge ben's 7th studio album that was produced and released in 1970. After listening to this album, I just knew that I had to have a copy. This is one of Jorge Ben's five greatest albums, alongside with "O Bidu/Silencio no Brooklin", his self-titled 1969 album, "Sacudin Ben Samba" and "Negro e Lindo". This album was done the year after Jorge ben decided to go back to his home recording company (Philips/Mercury)

Tracklist

A1 Oba, Lá Vem Ela
A2 Zé Canjica
A3 Domenica Domingava Num Domingo Linda Toda De Branco
A4 Charles Jr.
A5 Pulo, Pulo
B1 Apareceu Aparecida
B2 O Telefone Tocou Novamente
B3 Mulher Brasileira
B4 Terezinha
B5 Fôrça Bruta

Credits

  • Engineer, Recorded By – Ari Carvalhaes*, João Kibelkstis, Joao Moreira*
  • Guest – Trio Mocoto*
  • Producer – Manoel Barenbein

Notes

Recording engineers: Joao Moreira, Ari Carvalhaes and Joao Kibelkstis.
Special appearance by: Trio Mocoto.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
518 110-2 Jorge Ben Força Bruta ‎(CD, Album, RE) Philips, Mercury 518 110-2 Brazil 2008
6349 141 Jorge Ben Fôrça Bruta ‎(LP, Album) Philips 6349 141 France 1975
MLP 15.559 Jorge Ben Fôrça Bruta ‎(LP, Album) Metronome MLP 15.559 Germany 1975
7128 124 Jorge Ben Fôrça Bruta ‎(Cass, Album) Philips 7128 124 Brazil 1975
6349 141 Jorge Ben Fôrça Bruta ‎(LP, Album, RE) Philips 6349 141 Brazil 1975

Zyangup
c'mon, someone pull their finger out and give us a proper repress of this, please!!

Brick my own
This is one of Jorge Ben's best albums, he's at (or at least near) the top of his game as a songwriter and performer... a timeless classic for sure. I especially love the string arrangements on this album.However, I much prefer the stereo mix available on subsequent editions of this album to the mono mix on this first pressing. As someone who usually favors mono mixes from this era of music when stereo was a relatively new thing, i have to say this album is an exception. In this case I would definitely recommend the repress from 1975 over this one to anyone who is looking for an early Brazilian edition of this album, as it has the earliest stereo mix.

Cerar
Do the stereo mixes differ from eachother? The Japanese one is probably nice but not sure about the mixPs why is the mono not as good? Too closed?

Konetav
I also have this 1975 Stereo version you are talking about and the sound quality is exeptional. However, a friend of mine has a clean Mono copy from 1970 and belive it or not, it is actually a tick better. Despite the fact that this record has a lot of players, one could believe that Stereo mix would fit the instrumentation better, but comparing the two editions the opposite was true to both of us.. I have also compared to the 4Men With Beards reissue and that one is so crap (bass completely cut out! / no dynamics!) that you would not even recognise this album as the true classic that it actually is. If you have the 1975 Stereo count yourself lucky, it is very very satisfying. I will be looking out for a Mono copy as well, but this is nothing urgent.