Monday, January 26, 2009

Pedro Santos - Krishnanda (1968)


This is such a ridiculously great album. One of the best albums I've heard come out of Brazil, and that's saying something. It seems like everything I hear out of Brazil, specifically the mid-60's to mid-70's, is brilliant. So here you have an unbelievably classic album, full of great melodies, beautiful vocals, and all sorts of wonderful sounds. This is without doubt one of my favorite albums ever, so get it and be merry! I want to listen to the song Dual as I lay on a beautiful beach, and fall blissfully into an eternal sleep.

"The album is utterly unclassifiable and when I played some tracks for fellow SS contributer Josh Nice he remarked (after picking his jaw up off the floor) something to the effect of, 'this is why I love music, because just when you thought you've heard everything worth listening to, you hear something like this and it renews your faith in music.' Maybe I overstated his sentiments a bit, but nonetheless its a great album" - SoulSpectrum

TRACK LIST:
1. Ritual Negro
2. Água Viva
3. Um Só
4. Sem Sombra
5. Savana
6. Advertência
7. Quem Sou Eu ?
8. Flor De Lotus
9. Dentro Da Selva
10. Desengano Da Visita
11. Dual
12. Aranbindu

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10 comments:

BROOKE MANNING said...

i have a few tracks on my computer.
real good.
i will have to purchase the whole thing.
thank you,
reminder!

i like your blog matt.

Dead Dog said...

thanks brooke

Coriano said...

This just made my day! Amazing stuff! Im currently in the process of purchasing one of the 1 presses on vinyl. Thanks!

Dead Dog said...

my god where did you find that?!?!
i would kill to have this on vinyl!

rhythmnroots said...

Fantastic album! Love the artwork as well...always on the lookout for a copy.

Dead Dog said...

some day it will be mine!

Anonymous said...

Great find! Sounds like a good Animal Collective, as someone said on lastfm.

David

Dead Dog said...

sort of? i suppose?

and only 30 years prior! what poor timing!

Arthur Rosa said...

Listen to the album Paêbirú
from Lula Côrtes e Zé Ramalho,
its another brazilian psychedelic gem from that period

Dead Dog said...

cool, thanks