Raimundo Nonato Sodré (born 23 July 1947 in Ipirá, Bahia), is a Brazilian musician known for working in rootsy styles of music outside of the mainstream. Beijo Moreno (LP, Album). Odara, Odesce, Bateu, Ganhou (7", Single).
Other songs from Raimundo Sodré.
18. Oração Para Ya Oxum.
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Raimundo Nonato Sodré (born 23 July 1947 in Ipirá, Bahia), is a Brazilian musician known for working in rootsy styles of music outside of the mainstream. He was raised by his mother, filha-de-santo in a terreiro of candomblé Angola outside of Ipirá run by her mãe-de-santo sister (Sodré's aunt). It was in this house of candomblé that Sodré learned to drum. He later learned to play guitar, taught at first by his mother.
Raimundo Sodré Dengo, released 18 April 2007 1. Sacando a Cana 2. A Massa 3. Magnetismo 4. Mêrêrê 5. Jardim do Amor 6. Sina de Cantador 7. Debaixo do Céu 8. Desejo de Amar 9. Oração pra Yá Oxum 10. Yá África 11. Meu Rio, Cadê o Papel 12. Casa de Trois 13. Mulher é Laço que Prende o Coração do Vaqueiro Raimundo Sodré (the last name is pronounced saw-DREY ) is one of the most fundamentally important musicians in Bahia. at the forefront of a handful of people who play a very African style of samba which predates and is a precursor to Rio-style samba, a style which could be said to be analogous.
About Raimundo Sodre. Raimundo Sodré had a nationwide smash in 1980 with the single "A Massa" (third place at TV Globo's Festival MPB) and the similarly titled LP, but never had another success, having released several other albums. His music is loaded with northeast-Brazilian rhythms and traditional influences from the region of the Bahian Recôncavo, both seaside and hinterlands, such as chulas and sambas de roda. In spite of their popular appeal, Raimundo Sodré's songs have been praised for their literary content. Sodré's second album, Coisa de Nego, released in the next year, explored more aggressively the northeastern Brazilian rhythms, bringing on cosmopolitan (from Iberian to the Beatles) influences to xaxado, baião, galope, chula, samba duro, samba de roda, and frevo. The ten-string viola also brought more attention in this work.