Intimacy. Elegance. Subtlety. A night of dim lights and half-voiced confidences with the Malaga-born Zenet and the Brazilian Djavan. If the former knows how to recreate tango, copla or bolero better than anyone else, the latter knows how to do the same with pop, rock and jazz. Perhaps it is this last component, jazz, more in substance than in form, which most clearly unites them.
Djavan Caetano Viana is a veteran Bahian musician, a legend of Brazilian music, who has released nearly thirty albums since 1976 and has collaborated with Caetano Veloso, Stevie Wonder, Lee Ritenour, Zucchero or The Manhattan Transfer, among many others. Essentially melodic - he started out doing covers of The Beatles, the best school -, he has always been characterized by making songs of a special sweetness, in which pop, rock and the smoothness of jazz are diluted for the sake of his own style. His latest work is D (2022), an album that works just as well as a gateway to his career as a summary of it, with the collaboration of Milton Nascimento.
Toni Zenet from Malaga seems to be taken from another era, even from another place. Crooner par excellence, recreator of the best of tango, copla, bolero or jazz, he has become during the last fifteen years a musician of absolute reference in our scene. A joyfully impure singer and showman, with a repertoire made up of stupendous remnants and a magnetic stage presence, which also owes much to his facet as an actor. Zenetianos (2021), an album of duets in which he worked with Rozalén, El Kanka, Xoel López, Coque Malla or Miguel Poveda, gives the measure of the consensus that his music arouses in our scene.
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