An appointment with the history of the best Argentine and Brazilian popular music. Because the veteran Fito Paez may not be as popular in Spain as Andrés Calamaro or Ariel Rot, but he is - at least - as indispensable as they are. And the Brazilian Arnaldo Antunes may not enjoy the aura of Caetano Veloso - for example - but his contribution to the music and lyrics of his country is just as indispensable.
"Love After Love - 30 years".
Thirty years have passed since El amor después del amor (1992), the album with which the singer, composer, filmmaker and novelist Fito Paez was commercially consecrated, selling more than one million copies. It marked a before and after for the music in Argentina, and counted with the collaborations of Luis Alberto Spinetta, Mercedes Sosa or Gustavo Ceratti. The troubadour par excellence of Argentine rock is celebrating this anniversary right now, but his career is as vast as his own influences, which he began to take on when he listened to Duke Ellington, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Frank Sinatra and Astor Piazzolla on his parents' stereo and led him, much later, to collaborate with Joaquín Sabina and Charly García. Four decades of career, almost thirty albums, three million copies sold and more than ten Grammy Awards go a long way.
Arnaldo Antunes is an indispensable name in Brazilian culture. For his musical production and for his poetic work. He was a member of the group Titãs between 1982 and 1992, one of the essential rock bands of the Carioca rock scene. Musicians such as Marisa Monte, Gilberto Gil, Jorge Ben Jor or Rita Lee have sung his compositions. And he won the Latin Grammy for Tribalistas ( 2002), that unforgettable album with Carlinhos Brown and Marisa Monte. He has released more than ten albums to his name. The last one was the delicious Lágrimas nomar ( 2021), together with the young pianist from Recife Vitor Araújo, who is precisely the one who accompanies him in Noches del Botánico, playing the songs of that album. The lyrics and the subtle voice of Antunes, after four decades of sweetly ploughing the best of Brazilian music, together with the good work of Araújo on the piano, promise an emotional outpouring.
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