Marcos Valle – 1985 (SS Translation By Theo Parrish)

Joe Davis’ Far Out Recordings is yet to release another Brazilika compilation, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the label. A 12-inch with two of Marcos Valle‘s songs remixed will be released before the CD comes out later this month. The Theo Parrish’s remix was premiered on Boiler Room Debuts the other day, and if you haven’t heard it yet here’s your chance. The b-side comes from Bugz in the Attic engineer Daz-I-Kue, who revives his Bloodfire moniker for the remix.

The 12-inch will be out on March 23rd and can be pre-ordered from the Far Out store. Until then, you’re invited to listen to Gilles Peterson’s Marcos Valle special.

Marcos Valle in the Brownswood Basement

Marcos Valle in the Brownswood Basement

You probably remember this video of Marcos Valle playing live in the Brownswood Basement, Gilles Peterson‘s own treasure chamber. That wasn’t all of it, as a 2-hour podcast with Marcos in conversation has been revealed today!Intro medley:

Marcos Valle – Ele e Ela
Marcos Valle – On Line
Marcos Valle – Batucada Surgiu
Marcos Valle – Batucada (Batucada Surgin)
Marcos Valle – Estrela
Marcos Valle – Que Bandeira
Marcos Valle – Wanda Vidal
Marcos Valle – Mentira
Marcos Valle – Samba de Verao
Marcos Valle – Crickets Sing For Anamaria

Marcos Valle – E Vem O Sol
Marcos Valle – Vem
Luiz Gonzaga – Sertanejo do Norte
Marcos Valle – Sonho de Maria
Tamba Trio – Sonho de Maria
Luiz Eca – O Homem Entre o Mar e a Terra
Marcos Valle – She Told Me, She Told Me
Joao Gilberto & Stan Getz – Vivo Sonhando
Antonio Carlos Jobim – Matita Perê
Sarah Vaughan – Something
Elis Regina – Preciso Aprender a Ser So
Marcos Valle – Democústico
Chicago – Life It What It Is
Leon Ware – Rockin’ You Eternally
Marcos Valle – A Vantage de Rever Voce (Rockin’ You)
Marcos Valle – Estrela
Marcos Valle – Crickets Sing For Anamaria
Marcos Valle – Freio Aerodinamico
Jay-Z – Thankyou

You can stream or download the entire session over on the Worldwide website.

Brownswood Basement Session with Marcos Valle

With spring flexing its muscles and a wonderful mixtape from Ahu, this is the perfect time to rediscover your love for Brazilian music. When Gilles Peterson flew legendary musician Marcos Valle for his Worldwide Awards, he kindly asked him to perform a couple of tracks at the Brownswood Basement. You can listen to an acoustic version of Os Grilos (aka Crickets Sing For Anamaria)in the video above.

(via Green Tea Session)