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27.4.16

Memorabilia: Revistas / Magazines / Fanzines (205) - Op. - Nº 19 - Verão de 2006


Revista Op. (visões da matéria)
#19: Verão de 2006 : ano 6, 2006: 3.50€
60 páginas
papel maior que A4, toda a cores em papel de luxo brilhante.

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100 Discos Séc. XX (10)

Séc XX: 100 anos 100 discos

Rui Tentúgal, coordenador do suplemento Actual do jornal Expresso, e Uri Caine, um dos mais conceituados pianistas e compositores do jazz da última década, são os autores das listas dos 100 discos do séc. XX desta edição.

Rui Tentúgal
[Ficaram de fora 55 anos, 30 discos, 4’33” e o resto da discografia dos Pink Floyd]
Sonny Rollins “Saxophone Colossus” [Prestige, 1956]
Thelonius Monk “Thelonius Alone In San Francisco” [Riverside, 1959]
Miles Davis “Kind Of Blue” [Columbia, 1959]
Chrles Mingus “Mingus Ah Um” [Columbia, 1959]
John Coltrane “My Favorite Things” [Atlantic, 1961]
Albert Ayler Trio “Spiritual Unity” [Esp-Disk, 1964]
Albert Ayler “Spirits Rejoice” [Esp-Disk, 1965]
John Coltrane “A Love Supreme” [Impulse! 1965]
Jacqueline Du Pré “Haydn & Boccherini: Cello Concertos” [EMI, 1987]
Pierre Henry “Messe Poour Le Temps Présent” [Philips, 1967]
Pink Floyd “The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn” [Columbia, 1967]
The Velvet Underground & Nico “The Velvet Underground & Nico” [Verve, 1967]
The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Are You Experienced?” [Track Records, 1967]
The Rolling Stones “Beggars Banquet” [Decca, 1968]
Pink Floyd “A Saucerful Of Secrets” [Columbia, 1968]
The Rolling Stones “Let It Bleed” [Decca, 1969]
Pink Floyd “Ummagumma” [Harvest, 1969]
The Velvet Underground “The Velvet Underground” [MGM, 1969]
The Doors “Absolutely Live” [Elektra, 1970]
Pink Floyd “Atom Heart Mother” [Harvest, 1970]
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young” “Déjà Vu” [Atlantic, 1970]
Janis Joplin “Pearl” [Columbia, 1971]
Pink Floyd “Meddle” [Harvest, 1971]
David Bowie “The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars” [RCA, 1972]
Lou Reed “Transformer” [RCA, 1972]
Alexis Weissenberg / Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert Von Karajan “Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto Nº 2” [EMI, 1973]
Pink Floyd “The Dark Side Of The Moon” [Harvest, 1973]
José Afonso “Venham Mais Cinco” [Orfeu, 1973]
David Holland “Conference Of The Birds” [ECM, 1973]
Can “Soon Over Babaluma” [Spoon, 1974]
Keith Jarrett “The Köln Concert” [ECM, 1975]
Pink Floyd “Wish You Were Here” [Harvest, 1975]
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers “Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers” [Beserkley, 1976]
Tom Zé “Estudando O Samba” [Continetal, 1976]
Weather Report “Heavy Weather” [Columbia, 1977]
Pink Floyd “Animals” [Harvest, 1977]
Sérgio Godinho “Pano-Cru” [Arnaldo Trindade, 1978]
The Clash “Londo Calling” [CBS, 1979]
Frank Zappa [Sheik Yerbouti” [Zappa Records, 1979]
John Surman “Upon Reflection” [ECM, 1979]
Pink Floyd “The Wall” [Harvest, 1979]
Sérgio Godinho “Campolide” [Arnaldo Trindade, 1979]
George Lewis “Homage To Charles Parker” [Black Saint, 1979]
Chico Buarque “Ópera Do Malandro” [Philips, 1979]
The Feelies “Crazy Rhythms” [Stiff, 1980]
The Clash “Sandinista” [CBS, 1980]
Bauhaus “In The Flat Field” [4AD, 1980]
Sérgio Godinho “Canto DA Boca” [Philips, 1981]
Penguin Cafe Orchestra “Penguin Cafe Orchestra” [EG Records, 1981]
Fausto “Por Este Rio Acima” [Sassetti, 1982]
José Mário Branco “FMI” [Edisom, 1982]
Simon And Garfunkel “The Concert In Central Park” [Warner Bros. 1982]
Philip Glass “The Photographer” [CBS, 1983]
Virginia Astley “From The Gardens Where We Feel Secure” [Rough Trade, 1983]
Violent Femmes “Violent Femmes” [Slash Records, 1983]
Pink Floyd “The Final Cur” [EMI, 1983]
Wim Mertens “Maximizing The Audience” [Les Disques Du Crépuscule, 1984]
Laurie Anderson “United States Live” [Warner Bros. 1984]
David Byrne “Music For “The Knee Plays”” [Regal Zonophone, 1985]
Vários “Lost In The Stars – The Music Of Kurt Weill” [A&M, 1985]
Dead Can Dance “Spleen And Ideal” [4AD, 1986]
Head “A Snog On The Rocks” [Diabolo Records, 1987]
Meredith Monk “Do You Be” [ECM, 1987]
Pixies “Come On Pilgrim” [4AD, 1987]
Pink Floyd “A Momentary Lapse Of Reason” [EMI, 1987]
Mler Ife Dada “Coisas Que Fascinam” [Polydor, 1987]
The Woodentops “Hypnobeat Live” [Rough Trade, 1987]
Pixies “Surfer Rosa” [4AD, 1988]
Ry Cooder “Paris, Texas – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” [Warner Bros., 1988]
Heiner Goebbels / Heiner Müller “Der Mann Im Fahrstuhl / The Man In The Elevator” [ECM, 1988]
Jan Garbarek “Legend Of The Seven Dreams” [ECM, 1988]
Naked City “Naked City” [Elektra / Nonesuch, 1990]
Pixies “Bossanova” [4AD, 1990]
Alvin Lucier “I Am Sitting In A Room” [Lovely Music, 1990]
Lou Reed / John Cale “Songs For Drella” [Sire / Warner Bros., 1990]
Angelo Badalamenti “Music For “Twin Peaks”” [Warner Bros, 1990]
Nirvana “Nevermind” [David Geffen Company, 1991]
U2 “Achtung Baby” [Island, 1991]
Repórter Estrábico “Uno Dos” [Polygram, 1991]
Marisa Monte “Mais” [World Pacific, 1991]
Tom Zé “The Hips Of Tradition” [Luaka Bop, 1992]
Adriana Calcanhoto “Senhas” [Columbia, 1992]
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra / David Zinman “Samuel Barber – Adagio For Strings” [Argo, 1992]
R.E.M. “Automatic For The People” [Warner Bros., 1992]
Zbigniew Preisner “Trois Couleurs: Bleu” [Virgin, 1993]
Heiner Goebbels “Shadow / Landscape With Argonauts” [ECM,  1993]
Gavin Bryars with Tom Waits “Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet” [Point Music, 1993]
Pink Floyd “The Division Bell” [EMI, 1994]
Repórter Estrábico “Ibigo” [Numérica, 1994]
Pere Ubu “Raygun Suitcase” [Cooking Vinyl, 1995]
Moondog Jr. “Everyday I Wear A Greasy Black Feather On My Hat” [Island, 1995]
PJ Harvey “To Bring You My Love” [Island, 1995]
Tortoise “Millions Now Living Will Never Die” [City Slang, 1996]
DJ Shadow “Entroducing...” [Mo’Wax, 1996]
Robert Wyatt “Shleep” [Hannibal Records, 1997]
Ground-Zero “Plays Standards” [Nani Records / Disk Union, 1997]
Echo & The Bunnymen “Evergreen” [London Records, 1997]
Mercury Rev “Deserter’s Songs” [V2, 1998]
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy “I See A Darkness” [Palace Records, 1999]
Eminem “The Marshall Mathers LP” [Interscope Records, 2000]

Uri Caine
[100 of my favorite recordings*]
Miles Davis “Round About Midnight” [Columbia, 1956]
Miles Davis “Kind Of Blue” [Columbia, 1959]
Miles Davis “Nefertiti” [Columbia, 1967]
Miles Davis “On The Corner” [Columbia, 1972]
Bill Evans “Live At The Village Vanguard” [Riverside, 1961]
Bill Evans “Conversations With Myself” [Verve, 1963]
Jimi Hendrix “Are You Experienced?” [MCA, 1967]
Jimi Hendrix “Electric Ladyland” [MCA, 1968]
Prince “1999” [Warner Bros., 1983]
John Coltrane “Crescent” [Impulse!, 1964]
John Coltrane “Ascension” [Impulse!, 1965]
Igor Stravinsky “Complete Works Conducted By Stravinsky” [Sony, 1999]
Thelonius Monk “Underground” [Columbia, 1967]
Thelonius Monk “Genius Of Modern Music” [Blue Note, 1947]
Aretha Franklin “Aretha’s Gold” [Atlantic, 1969]
Aretha Franklin “Amazing Grace” [Atlantic, 1972]
Charlie Parker “Bird & Diz” [Clef, 1950]
Charlie Parker “Confirmation: The Best Of The Verve Years” [Verve, 1995]
Louis Armstrong “Hot Fives And Sevens, 1925-1929” [JSP, 1999]
Duke Ellington “Jack The Bear” [single Victor, 1939]
Duke Ellington “Concerto For Cootie” [single Victor, 1939]
Herbie Hancock “Speak Like A Child” [Blue Note, 1968]
Herbie Hancock “The Prisoner” [Blue Note, 1969]
Chick Corea “Now He Sings Now He Sobs” [Solid State, 1968]
Brecker Bros. “Brecker Bros.: Some Skunk Funk” [Arista, 1975]
McCoy Tyner “Reaching Forth” [Impulse!, 1963]
McCoy Tyner “Time For Tyner” [Blue Note, 1968]
Keith Jarrett “Facing You” [ECM, 1971]
Keith Jarrett “The Köln Concert” [ECM, 1975]
Fats Waller “Honeysuckle Rose, 1922-1943” [Living Era, 2004]
V/A “Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares” [Nonesuch, 1986]
Ramnad Krishnan “Vidwan: Music Of South India” [Nonesuch, 1988]
Cecil Taylor “Air” [Candid, 1960]
Cecil Taylor “Silent Tongues” [1201 Music, 1974]
Weather Report “Black Market” [Columbia, 1976]
Sun Ra And The Arkestra “Jazz By Sun Ra” [Transition, 1956]
Elis Regina “Greatest Hits” [Disky, 2005]
Wayne Shorter “Native Dancer” [Columbia, 1974]
Wayne Shorter “The All Seeing Eye” [Blue Note, 1965]
Antonio Janigro / SWF-Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden “Gyorgy Ligeti – Atmospheres” [Wergo, 1988]
Arditti String Quartet “Gyorgy Ligety – String Quartets” [Wergo, 1988]
George Crumb “Ancient Voices Of Children” [Elektra, 1971]
Concord String Quartet “George Rochberg – String Quartet no. 3” [Nonesuch, 1974]
Pierre Boulez “Anton Webern – Complete Works Conducted By Boulez” [Deutsche Grammophon, 2000]
Ricardo Chailly “Edgard Varèse – Complete Works” [Decca, 1998]
Juilliard String Quartet “Bartok – The Six String Quartets” [Sony, 1997]
Pierre Boulez /Ensemble Intercontemporain “Boulez – Le Marteau Sans Maitre” [Deutsche Grammophon, 2005]
Public Enemy “Greatest Hits” [Def Jam, 2005]
Sex Pistols “Never Mind The Bollocks” [Warner Bros., 1977]
The Stick Men “This Is The Master Brew” [Phantom Plaything, 1982]
Eddie Palmieri “The Sun Of Latin Music” [Coco, 1973]
Sam Cooke “Best Of Sam Cooke” [RCA, 1962]
Tito Puente “King Of Kings – The Very Best Of Tito Puente” [Buddah, 2002]
Bob Dylan “Blowin’ In The Wind” [single Columbia, 1962]
Big Dady Kane “Long Live To The Kane” [Cold Chillin’, 1988]
Beatles “Revolver” [Capitol, 1966]
Frank Zappa / Ensemble Modern “Yellow Shark” [Rykodisc, 1993]
Frank Zappa “Hot Rats” [Rykodisc, 1969]
Jelly Roll Morton “Red Hot Peppers 1 & 2” [Riverside, 1954]
Freddie Hubbard “Ready For Freddie” [Blue Note, 1961]
Ray Charles “Greatest Hits” [Sandstone Music, 1992]
Elliot Carter “String Quartets 1 & 2” [Nonesuch, 1992]
Milton Nascimento “Greatest Hits” [Polygram Brazil, 1999]
Jaco Pastorius “Word Of Mouth” [Warner Bros., 1981]
Charles Mingus “Fables Of Faubus” [Four Star, 1964]
Joe Henderson “Inner Urge” [Blue Note, 1964]
Joe Henderson “The State Of The Tenor – Live At The Village Vanguard 1 & 2” [Blue Note, 1985]
Larry Young “Unity” [Blue Note, 1965]
Mary Lou Williams “Zodiac Suite” [Smithsonian Folkways, 1945]
Count Basie And His Orchestra Featuring Lester Young “Lester Lips In” [Epic, 1955]
Carl Stalling “Music From Warner Bros. Cartoons 1936-58, Compiled By John Zorn” [Warner Bros., 1990]
Leonard Bernstein “Gustav Mahler – The Complete Symphonies” [Deutsche Grammophon, 1998]
Leonard Berstein “Charles Ives – Symphonies” [Sony, 1998]
James Brown “Live At The Apollo” [Polydor, 1963]
Guy “Guy” [MCA, 1990]
Marvin Gaye “Sexual Healing” [single Columbia, 1982]
Stevie Wonder  “Innervisions” [Motown, 1973]
Stevie Wonder “Songs In The Key Of Life” [Motown, 1976]
Frank Sinatra “Francis Albert Sinatra & António Carlos Jobim” [Reprise, 1967]
Terry Riley “In C” [Celestial Harmonies, 1989]
Olivier Messiaen “Turangalila” [RCA, 1967]
Glenn Gould “Bach – The Goldberg Variations” [Columbia, 1955]
Glenn Gould “Schoenberg – Piano Works” [Sony Classical, 1995]
George Szell / Robert Casadesus “Play Mozart’s Piano Concerts – L’Amitié Musicale” [reed. Sony Classical, 1997]
Morton Subotnick “Silver Apples Of The Moon / The Wild Bull” [Wergo, 1978]
Pink Floyd “Dark Side Of The Moon” [Capitol, 1973]
Steve Coleman And Five Elements “On The Edge Of Tomorrow” [jMT, 1986]
Elvis Presley “Heartbreak Hotel” [single RCA Victor, 1956]
Earl Wild “ George Gershwin – Rhapsody In Blue Played By Earl Wild” [CBS, 1990]
Liberace “Greatest Hits” [Kala, 2006]
Arturo Benedetti Michaelangelli “Plays Chopin” [Aura, 1967]
Sarah Vaughan “I Wana Play Houde” [single Mercury, 1954]
Chubby Checker “Twist And Shout” [single Parkway, 1962]
Billie Holiday “Strange Fruit” [single Commodore, 1939]
New York Philharmonic Orchestra / Swingle Singers / Leonard Bernstein “Luciano Berio – Sinfonia” [CBS, 1969]
Shoshana Damarti “Yemenite Folk Songs” [Vanguard, 1961]
Steve Reich “Tehilim” [ECM, 1982]
Joni Mitchell “Blue” [Reprise, 1971]
Joni Mitchell “Court And Spark” [Elektra, 1974]
Robert Johnson “Hellbound On My Trail – The Essential Recordings” [Indigo, 1995]
Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim “West Side Story – Original Broadway Cast” [CBS, 1957]
* Algumas datas referem-se às edições originais e outras, sempre que possível, a edições ainda disponíveis em CD, nomeadamente no caso das colectâneas e do repertório erudito.












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