You may question the narration and its predictable cliches and prejudices, but these historic footages are true gems.
What happens when you mix artists with very different musical backgrounds? Some are outraged, but most are smitten.
“Vertigo”, the Hitchcock masterpiece with James Stuart and Kim Novak, had its title translated as “A Mulher que Viveu Duas Vezes” (The Woman that Lived Twice) in Portugal – a massive, humongous spoiler.
Batucada, the joyful, noisy, fast pace percussive ensemble, capable of speeding up one’s pulse, is gaining the world.
The posthumous album by Amy Winehouse, the Brit enfant terrible/singer recently deceased, was released today. It includes her version for the Bossa Nova classic “Garota de Ipanema”, performed in Miami in 2002, when she was 18.
Picture this: in the early seventies, the worst moment of the military rule that installed censorship and strict morality, 13 hairy guys from Rio would wear heavy make up, high heels and miniskirts on a stage.
Check also for other old Brazilian postcards. Source: Skyscrapercity