Pelé is a 1977 album by the Brazilian composer and arranger Sérgio Mendes and the Brazilian footballer Pelé. It was the soundtrack for a documentary about Pelé's life. The album was Pelé's debut as a singer and songwriter. Pelé sings on "Meu Mundo É uma Bola (My World Is a Ball)" and "Cidade Grande (Big City)", accompanied largely by Gracinha Leporace.
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As with all of Pele's prior releases, Enemies, the band's fifth full-length, was recorded by guitarist Chris Rosenau and the now infamous "shot o' wang" artwork that appears on the back cover is rumored to be a portrait of Pele drummer, Jon Mueller. Jon also runs a label that releases experimental, free-form music called Crouton. Sit back, relax, and let Pele's Enemies take you on a 45-minute joyride through a warm, careless summer day. - Emmie.
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Pele has managed to harness their rambling natures into melodies and harmonies that are flat out pretty. Bassist Tennessen adds a bounce to their sound, that while not quite funky, adds pluckiness to their overall sound. Minor and Rosenau are constantly throwing in wonderfully conceived sonic doodlings that dance over the music like pixies run amuck.