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  • Audio CD (13 Oct. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mais Um Discos
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Celebrated Brazilian songwriter-producer-multi-instrumentalist Amabis, who produced Rita Redshoes' recent album 'Life Is A Second Of Love', proves beyond any doubt on his latest release Trabalhos Carnivoros that he can now add vocalist to his list of musical talents with this assured masterpiece of atmospheric stripped down cinematic folk where his vocals take centre stage. With his previous album Memorias Luso/Africanas featuring vocals from Lucas Santtana, Criolo, Ceu and Tulipa, it was a brave move by Amabis to shoulder all vocal duties himself, yet he does so with aplomb, and his melancholic delivery is the perfect foil to the spooky reverbed guitars, echoing silence and rhythmic claustrophobia that he and his long-term musical partner Regis Damasceno have crafted. Mostly known for his production work - famously on Ceu's acclaimed second and third albums Vagarosa and Caravana Sereia Bloom Amabis has also worked on soundtracks for both Brazilian TV (City of Men) and Hollywood (Lord of War, Collateral) and is an in-demand musician who's featured on records by Rodrigo Campos, Curumin and Lucas Santtana. Alongside Céu, Rica Amabis and Dengue and Pupillo (Nacao Zumbi) he recorded Sonantes, released by Six Degrees. Amabis receiving huge amount of press coverage in Portugal due to recent work with Rita Redshoes on her album 'Life Is A Second Love'. Amabis has previously collaborated with Ceu, Lucas Santtana & Criolo, World famous producer who worked on the soundtracks for Hollywood blockbusters Collateral & Lord Of War.

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5.0 out of 5 starsRichly textured, though deliberately paced Brazilian indie rock
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