Rolling Stone (Br) - 100 maiores discos da música brasileira

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Rolling Stone (Br) - 100 maiores discos da música brasileira

Post by Blanco » Sun Sep 08, 2013 8:10 pm

This list is already in AM, with the name: Rolling Stone (Brazil) - The Top 100 Brazilian Albums (2007), linking to http://rateyourmusic.com/list/sallamank ... an_albums/, but the link is broken now.

The choice of the "top 100" was based on the sum of votes of 60 scholars, producers and journalists from the Brazilian music scene. Each of the voters chose 20 albums, no order of preference, which, according to Rolling Stone, should be based on criteria such as "intrinsic artistic value and historical importance, ie, as the album influenced other artists."

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http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anexo:List ... one_Brasil


(Place) (Album Name) (Year) (Artist)

1. Acabou Chorare (1972), Novos Baianos
2. Tropicalia ou Panis et Circencis (1968), Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, Tom Zé, Os Mutantes, Nara Leão, Torquato Neto, Capinam, Rogério Duprat
3. Construção (1971), Chico Buarque
4. Chega de Saudade (1959), João Gilberto
5. Secos & Molhados (1973), Secos & Molhados
6. A Tábua de Esmeralda (1974), Jorge Ben
7. Clube da Esquina (1972), Milton Nascimento & Lô Borges
8. Cartola (1976), Cartola
9. Os Mutantes (1968), Os Mutantes
10. Transa (1972), Caetano Veloso
11. Elis & Tom (1974), Elis Regina e Tom Jobim
12. Krig-ha, Bandolo! (1973), Raul Seixas
13. Da Lama Ao Caos (1994), Chico Science & Nação Zumbi
14. Sobrevivendo no Inferno (1998), Racionais MC's
15. Samba Esquema Novo (1963), Jorge Ben
16. Fruto Proibido (1975), Rita Lee
17. Racional (1975), Tim Maia
18. Afrociberdelia (1996), Chico Science & Nação Zumbi
19. Cabeça Dinossauro (1986), Titãs
20. Fa-Tal - Gal A Todo Vapor (1971), Gal Costa
21. Dois (1986), Legião Urbana
22. A Divina Comédia ou Ando Meio Desligado (1970), Os Mutantes
23. Coisas (1965), Moacir Santos
24. Roberto Carlos Em Ritmo de Aventura (1967), Roberto Carlos
25. Tim Maia (1970), Tim Maia
26. Expresso 2222 (1972), Gilberto Gil
27. Nós Vamos Invadir sua Praia (1985), Ultraje a Rigor
28. Roberto Carlos (1971), Roberto Carlos
29. Os Afro-Sambas (1966), Baden Powell e Vinícius de Moraes
30. A Dança da Solidão (1972), Paulinho da Viola
31. Carlos, Erasmo (1970), Erasmo Carlos
32. Pérola Negra (1973), Luiz Melodia
33. Caymmi e Seu Violão (1959), Dorival Caymmi
34. Lóki? (1974), Arnaldo Baptista
35. Estudando o Samba (1976), Tom Zé
36. Falso Brilhante (1976), Elis Regina
37. Caetano Veloso (1968), Caetano Veloso
38. Maria Fumaça (1977), Banda Black Rio
39. Selvagem? (1986), Os Paralamas do Sucesso
40. Legião Urbana (1985), Legião Urbana
41. Meus Caros Amigos (1976), Chico Buarque
42. Bloco do Eu Sozinho (2001), Los Hermanos
43. Refazenda (1975), Gilberto Gil
44. Mutantes (1969), Os Mutantes
45. Raimundos (1994), Raimundos
46. Chaos A.D. (1993), Sepultura
47. João Gilberto (1973), João Gilberto
48. As Aventuras da Blitz (1982), Blitz
49. Tim Maia Racional Vol 2 (1976), Tim Maia
50. Revolver (1975), Walter Franco
51. Clara Crocodilo (1980), Arrigo Barnabé
52. Cartola (1974), Cartola
53. Novo Aeon (1975), Raul Seixas
54. Refavela (1977), Gilberto Gil
55. Nervos de Aço (1973), Paulinho da Viola
56. Amoroso (1977), João Gilberto
57. O concreto já rachou (1986), Plebe Rude
58. Antônio Carlos Jobim (1963), Tom Jobim
59. Canção do Amor Demais (1958), Elizeth Cardoso
60. Gil & Jorge: Ogum, Xangô (1975), Gilberto Gil e Jorge Ben
61. Força Bruta (1970), Jorge Ben
62. MM (1989), Marisa Monte
63. Milagre dos Peixes (1973), Milton Nascimento
64. Show Opinião (1965), Various artists
65. Nelson Cavaquinho (1973), Nelson Cavaquinho
66. Cinema Transcendental (1979), Caetano Veloso
67. África Brasil (1976), Jorge Ben
68. Ventura (2003), Los Hermanos
69. Samba Esquema Noise (1994), Mundo Livre S/A
70. Getz/Gilberto Featuring Antônio Carlos Jobim (1963), João Gilberto, Stan Getz e Tom Jobim
71. Noel Rosa e Aracy de Almeida (1950), Aracy de Almeida
72. Jardim Elétrico (1971), Os Mutantes
73. Angela Ro Ro (1979), Angela Ro Ro
74. Õ Blésq Blom (1989), Titãs
75. Tim Maia (1971), Tim Maia
76. A Bad Donato (1970), João Donato
77. Canções Praieiras (1954), Dorival Caymmi
78. Gilberto Gil (1968), Gilberto Gil
79. Álibi (1978), Maria Bethânia
80. Gal Costa (1969), Gal Costa
81. Psicoacústica (1988), Ira!
82. O Inimitável (1968), Roberto Carlos
83. Matita Perê (1973), Tom Jobim
84. Qualquer Coisa/Jóia (1975), Caetano Veloso
85. Jovem Guarda (1965), Roberto Carlos
86. Beleléu, Leléu, Eu (1980), Itamar Assumpção e Banda Isca de Polícia
87. Verde, Anil, Amarelo, Cor-de-Rosa e Carvão (1994), Marisa Monte
88. Nada Como Um Dia Após O Outro Dia (2002), Racionais MC's
89. Meio Desligado (1994), Kid Abelha
90. Quem é Quem (1973), João Donato
91. Cantar (1974), Gal Costa
92. Wave (1967), Tom Jobim
93. Lado B Lado A (1999), O Rappa
94. Vivendo e Não Aprendendo (1986), Ira!
95. Doces Bárbaros (1976), Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil e Maria Bethânia
96. A Sétima Efervescência (1997), Júpiter Maçã
97. Araçá Azul (1972), Caetano Veloso
98. Elis (1972), Elis Regina
99. Revoluções por Minuto (1985), RPM (Banda)
100. Circense (1980), Egberto Gismonti

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Re: Rolling Stone (Br) - 100 maiores discos da música brasil

Post by Pierre » Sun Sep 08, 2013 8:52 pm

Hi Blanco,

I must take more time to dig all these Rolling Stone lists. I might believe incorrectly that they all suffer from the same old-acts bias the English Rolling Stone suffers from, but they always constitute an interesting start. One of my personal favourite act (Soda Stereo) was brought to my attention by looking at the Rolling Stone Argentina list, and I don't regret it!

In the spirit of what you are currently doing, I suggest something, how about doing a grouped repost of all the international Rolling Stone lists? I think it would make a great complement, and most of all easily accessible, to Rolling Stone's classic 500 albums list.

So far, there are the following I've heard of:
- Rolling Stone Brazil's Os 100 maiores discos da música brasileira
- Rolling Stone Argentina's, 100 mejores discos del rock nacional
- Rolling Stone Chile's Los 50 mejores discos chilenos
- Rolling Stone Spain's Los 50 mejores discos del rock español
- Rolling Stone Indonesia's 150 Album Indonesia Terbaik
- Rolling Stone Japan's 100 Greatest Japanese Rock Albums
- Rolling Stone France's 100 disques essentiels du rock français
- Rolling Stone Germany's Die 50 besten deutschen Alben
- Rolling Stone Italy's 100 dischi italiani più belli di sempre

I believe almost all of them have already been posted somewhere sometime in the history of the AM forum. That's just a suggestion though, but I do enjoy this little tracking of lists. I might be somewhat geeky. Anyway, thanks for the reposts, it gives me back the envy of exploring foreign stuff, I had slowed down on that lately. :music-listening:

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Re: Rolling Stone (Br) - 100 maiores discos da música brasil

Post by Blanco » Mon Sep 09, 2013 12:47 am

Hello, Pierre!

Thank you very much for your comments. I also think that in the different versions of Rolling Stone there is often a tendency for older artists, yes (At least in the lists I know). This maybe also creates the idea that there is no good music these days. (That there is, yes there is.)

Soda Stereo is one of my favorite acts too! I would even say that if there were an average in the style of Acclaimed Music but only with Latin American music, they would be the artist in the first place.

I found your suggestion a very good idea. I do not know any website where these lists are compiled on a single page. (Perhaps there is, I do not know.) But still, if that collection were here, that would bring many visitors to Acclaimed Music Forum and Acclaimed Music in general, and that could translate into more users in the forum, and therefore more lists from more parts of the world, and more wealth of tastes and genres, etc.

Unfortunately, I have not much free time lately. I maybe could do it at some next weekend, but I can not be sure. So if you or anyone else wanted to do it before, that would be great.

Thank you very much again for your comment, it's good to know that there are other lists eaters like me, especially when they are interested in foreign music. :music-listening:

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Post by Pierre » Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:15 am

No problem, I understand. I'm considering doing it... I must think over it a little.

And yes, so far, I believe Soda Stereo are the best Spanish-speaking band I've listened to. I have even bought Canción animal. If you are interested in exploring French rock music, the big four in my opinion are Alain Bashung (there is very good stuff in the 80s, but I suggest beginning in the 90s), Serge Gainsbourg (post-1967 for the rock side, but his chanson side was good too), Téléphone (everything, but the two last albums are the best) and Noir Désir (everything too, the quality and style varies from album to album).

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Post by Blanco » Sun Sep 15, 2013 2:03 am

Hey Pierre, your post with all the lists was great! The statistics that you did were incredible. Seriously, you did a great job. I have no words, I can only say: Thank you very much.

Also thanks for your recommendations on French rock music. I will listen to your suggestions, and then tell you how I found them. Thanks again!

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Post by Pierre » Sun Sep 15, 2013 12:50 pm

Hi Blanco,

You're welcome, the task was tedious at times but I had some fun doing it, it was an interesting (although superficial) overview of these countries on the musical side.

Regarding recommendations, do not hesitate in giving me suggestions on the Spanish language musical scenes! I know a little but I'm far from having explored them thoroughly.

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Post by Otisredding » Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:12 pm

Muito obrigado, Blanco.


What most wonderful music. What madness Brazil in the 70s

I already knew some of this music, mainly Buarque and Veloso, but these days, thanks to this list, I'm hearing several albums and now .. ... Eu sou louco por você, Brasil



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Post by Blanco » Fri Sep 20, 2013 1:05 am

Thanks to you, Otis. And I'm sure that if the people involved in creating this wonderful music could, they would also be grateful that you listen to them.

It's great that you liked it. ¡Y ha de haber tanta más aún por escuchar!

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