Zé Roberto – Lotus 72 D
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- EU - Reissue
A certified Holy Grail of Brazilian music and our most requested reissue! Fast or ‘normal’? You decide – we have cut both ‘versions' here. Ze Roberto aka Joaquim Roberto Braga is a composer, singer and instrumentalist from Brazilian folk music roots. 'Lotus 72 D' is a tribute to the Brazilian Formula 1 world champion driver of 1972, Emerson Fittipaldi.
In Roberto's own words:
"Lotus 72 D is a tribute to the sensational talent of Formula 1 driver, Emerson Fittipaldi, who was crowned world champion in 1972.
I can't remember the names of the musicians who participated in the recording because they were hired by the original record label, RCA/Victor. The production team consisted of artistic co-ordinator, Henrique Gastaldello, and arranger, Severino Filho. The year of recording was 1973. I'm not aware of another fast version of the song 'Lotus 72 D'…
My contract with the RCA/Victor was for 2 years. All my musical works belongs to me.”
The mystery surrounding the ‘fast version’ stems from the Via Brazil compilation from 2001 – the version featured was pitched up. Hence, a lot of people know it at that tempo, because it was otherwise impossible to obtain, until now.
Official Mr Bongo reissue. Licensed from Zé Roberto.
|A.||Lotus 72 D||03:12|
|B.||Lotus 72 D (Fast)||03:00|
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