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Tom Zé



4.06 | 13 ratings

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4 stars "Walter Smetak, who was born in Zurich, taught Zé violin, cello and the building of his own instruments, which were sometimes transformed from typewriters, blenders and water conduits. It was these peculiar, experimental instruments which would later become the trademark of Tom Zé's music" - PETER FIGLESTAHLER

Todos os Olhos (1973) is the fourth effort by the brazilian composer and musician Tom Zé, where his avant-psychedelic-samba back to live. His orchestration includes from polisher machines to keyboards. You can notice the strangeness of his music from Cademar (the opening track) to the strange Complexo de Épico (ending track), without lose the Tropicalia vein. A nice experiment for open minded listeners and avant-garde music fans.

VOTOMS | 4/5 |


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