Jorge Ben - Jorge Ben album
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
Gil e Jorge is a 1975 album featuring collaboration between Brazilian musicians Jorge Ben and Gilberto Gil. The two perform together alongside percussionist Djalma Corrêa on each of the songs, improvising and interacting directly throughout. In 2007, it was listed by Rolling Stone Brazil as one of the 100 best Brazilian albums in history.
1969 was a big year for Jorge Ben. While he was already an established veteran in Brazilian musical circles, he refused to align himself with either the Jovem Guarda or MPB movements because he found both camps willing to abandon samba in favor of popular styles from North America and England. That ambivalence hurt him professionally but not creatively - until the release of this self-titled classic. Caetano Veloso recorded this set's final track "Charles, Anjo 45" for his own self-titled recording that same year. While the cover of this album is psychedelic enough to be folded into the emergent tropicalista brand, the music tells a different story. True to his feelings, Ben kept the samba as the central tenet of this recording.
Jorge Ben is the sixth studio album of the Brazilian artist Jorge Ben. Released in 1969, it is Jorge Ben's first album with Trio Mocotó. The self-titled album is said to have influenced the Tropicália movement, with Gal Costa recording "Que Pena" and "País Tropical" in her first self-titled album, also released in 1969. País Tropical" turned out to be Jorge Ben's most famous song in Brazil. In the. album cover, Jorge Ben pays homage to Brazilian football club Flamengo, with the team's crest appearing on his guitar body.
Album · 1968 · 19 Songs. Jorge Ben Jor 23. 1993. Benjor - Remasterizado. Samba Rock, Vol. 1. Various Artists.
Lançado em 1974, o álbum "A Tábua De Esmeralda" ganhou prêmio de sexta melhor obra da música brasileira pela revista "Rolling Stone".
Ben is the ninth album by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben, released in 1972. The album has one of Jorge Ben's most famous songs, "Taj Mahal", and "Fio Maravilha", paying homage to Flamengo's iconic striker Fio Maravilha. 10 Anos Depois is the tenth album by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben, released in 1973. It is a collection of popular songs from the first decade of his career re-recorded as medleys. The case was "settled amicably" according to Ben. Stewart admits "unconscious plagiarism" of Ben's tune in his 2012 autobiography. All songs composed by Jorge Ben.
|B1||Take It Easy My Brother Charles||2:36|
|B2||Descobri Que Eu Sou Um Anjo||4:05|
|B4||Quem Foi Que Roubou A Sopeira De Porcelana Chinesa Que A Vovó Ganhou Da Baronesa||3:10|
|B6||Charles Anjo 45||4:55|
- Manufactured By – Poly Som Com. E Ind. de Plásticos Ltda.
- Recorded At – CBD
- Recorded At – Scatena
- Arranged By – José Briamonte (tracks: A4, B2), Rogério Duprat
- Artwork [Cover] – Alberi*
- Artwork [Layout] – Lincoln
- Engineer – Ary Carvalhaes, Célio Martins, João Kibelestis*, Didi*, Stelio Carlini
- Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Jorge Ben
- Liner Notes – Armando Pittigliani
- Photography By – Johnny Salles
- Producer – Manoel Barenbein
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7898324311079
|R765.100L||Jorge Ben||Jorge Ben (LP, Album, Mono)||Philips||R765.100L||Brazil||1969|
|765 100||Jorge Ben||Jorge Ben (LP, Album)||Philips||765 100||Italy||1970|
|88524||Jorge Ben||Jorge Ben (CD, Album, RE)||Elemental Music||88524||Europe||2018|
|R 765.100 L||Jorge Ben||Jorge Ben (LP, Album, Mono, Unofficial)||Philips||R 765.100 L||Unknown|
|700126||Jorge Ben||Jorge Ben (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||Philips||700126||UK||2018|