Week
End

Mixtape

Tim Bernardes#10

Portrait von Tim Bernardes
  1. Jorge Mautner – Cinco Bombas Atômicas
  2. Sérgio Sampaio – Eu Quero É Botar Meu Bloco Na Rua
  3. Taiguara – Sete cenas de Imyra
  4. Gilberto Gil – Luzia Luluza
  5. Os Mutantes – Caminhante Noturno
  6. Caetano Veloso – Araça Azul
  7. Di Melo – Aceito tudo
  8. Jorge Ben – Cinco Minutos
  9. Tim Maia – Lamento
  10. Gilberto Gil – Era nova
  11. Maurício Pereira – Tu
  12. Milton Nascimento – Gosto de Sol
  13. Erasmo Carlos – Sábado Morto
  14. Elis Regina – Mundo Deserto
  15. Luiza Lian – Oyá
  16. Charlie e os Marretas – Morro do Chapéu

No other country in the world — with the exception perhaps of the USA — has such a highly developed popular music culture as Brazil. Here, catchiness and complexity often go blissfully hand in hand. A fantastic current example of this is São Paulo-based O Terno, whose Melhor Do Que Parece is one of the most playfully virtuosic psychedelic pop albums of recent years. O Terno will play their first ever show in Europe at Week-End Fest. By way of a warm up, singer and songwriter Tim Bernardes has put together a mixtape of his favourite Brazilian songs. The musical journey takes us from the 1960s right up to the present and includes superstars such as Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso, as well as lesser-known artists like Jorge Mautner, Taiguara and Bernardes’ father Maurício Pereira.