Enter Tim Maia with a massive cannonball into the pool. It was the only dive Tim knew. Standing just 5’7 (6′ with the Afro) Tim Maia was large, in charge and completely out of control. He was the personification of rock star excess, having lived through five marriages and at least six children, multiple prison sentences, voluminous drug habits and a stint in an UFO obsessed religious cult. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. The Existential Soul of Tim Maia 2LP Gatefold. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album.
He introduced the soul style on the Brazilian musical scene. Along with Jorge Ben, Maia pioneered MPB's samba rock genre, combining samba, soul, and funk. He is internationally recognised as one of the biggest icons of the Brazilian music. Tim Maia recorded numerous albums and toured extensively in a long career. National Archives of Brazil. In the 1970s, Maia started to record albums and perform shows promoting his synthesis of American soul and Brazilian music with elements of samba and baião. After his fourth album, Maia left Polydor for RCA Victor, who offered him a chance to record a double album. The instrumental parts were all ready when Maia went to his composing friend Tibério Gaspar for help with the lyrics. 1998: Tim Maia ao Vivo II. 2012: Nobody can live forever: the existential soul of Tim Maia.
World Psychedelic Classics 4: Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia. The first song, Que Beleza, really sets the tone for this album. Brassy, jazzy, but with a thick American funk style that you might get from a 1970s film about black America. Tim Maia actually spent some time in America, and it shows.
Perfil oficial do Tim Maia. Before coming on stage, he told the band he was about to sign a contract with Brahma for 70 shows around Brazil, so they needed to rock. In the middle of the show he said: "I'm here playing for Brahma, but what I really like is guaraná Antartica". Right after that, all shows were cancelled and transferred to Roberto Carlos. Sossego is based on one single chord,.
When Tim Maia 1970 was released later in 1970, the album was hailed a groundbreaking, genre-melting classic by critics. The album was a successful and seamless marriage disparate genres. Soul and funk rubbed shoulders with samba and Baião. There’s even hints of easy listening and soul jazz on Tim Maia 1970. It also featured three future Tim Maia classics, that showed different sides to Tim Maia . So did the followup Tim Maia 1971. Both albums are regarded as classic albums in Brazil, and are without doubt, among the highlights of Tim Maia’s three decade recording career. However, the album that launched his career, was Tim Maia 1970.
Tim Maia - Tim Maia S/T 1970 LP rare Brazil vinyl. The 1977 album from legendary Brazilian artist, Tim Maia. A fusion of soul, boogie, disco and MPB, featuring 'E Necessario'. Tim maia 1973 stereo lp brazil polydor funk soul breaks original rare.
Tim Maia lived a wild life. The late Brazilian singer/songwriter also created some fantastic music that married American R&B and Brazilian sounds in delightful ways. As a young man he spent some time in the United States before being deported on marijuana charges. LSD, membership in a UFO cult, dozens of law suits, and a flexible sense of time are also part of his story.
Tim Maia – Tim Maia. Label: Oficial Arquivos – OA 7073. Format: CD, Album, Reissue.
Gravadas entre 1970 e 1976, grande parte no período conhecido como Fase Racional de Tim Maia, todas as faixas da coletânea The Existencial Soul of Tim Maia – Nobody Can Live Forever revelam a criatividade única desse artista brasileiro. Confira as canções selecionadas para a coletânea de Tim Maia – The Existential Soul of Tim Maia – Nobody Can Live Forever. The Existencial Soul of Tim Maia Q&A. Executive Producer David Byrne.