Discos: Jazz / World music
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|Estilo||Jazz / World music|
|Año de Edición Original||2020|
Badi Assad (voz, guitarra acústica, arreglos)
Sérgio Assad (arreglos 1, 3, 4), Carlinhos Antunes (arreglos 2, 9)
Edición en formato Digipack.
"Há dois anos, Badi Assad deu giro literário pelo universo pop no livro de crônicas Volta ao mundo em 80 artistas (2018). No livro, a cantora, compositora e violonista paulista discorre generosamente sobre artistas como Angelique Kidjo, Astor Piazzolla (1921 – 1992), Egberto Gismonti, Jorge Drexler, Lenine, Liniker e Ney Matogrosso.
O relato afetuoso de Badi gerou show – também intitulado Volta ao mundo em 80 artistas – e disco. Gravado em estúdio nos Estados Unidos e lançado neste mês de outubro de 2020, em edição da gravadora norte-americana Rodeadope Records, o álbum Around the world apresenta dez faixas.
Duas, Zoar (Badi Assad e Chico César, 2006) e Royals (Lorde, 2013), já foram previamente apresentadas em singles em maio de 2019 e em fevereiro deste ano de 2020, respectivamente.
As oito faixas restantes são exclusivas de Around the world, álbum editado no formato de CD, disponível somente nos Estados Unidos e na Europa.
Badi Assad roda o mundo da música ao longo das dez gravações do disco. Entre temas autorais como Ondas (Badi Assad, 2004) e O barco aqui de dentro (Badi Assad, 2012), a artista aborda a tradicional canção árabe Lamma bada, a composição chilena Milones (lançada em 2009 na voz de Camila Moreno), a música Sedated (sucesso de álbum lançado pelo cantor irlandês Hozier em 2013) e Bachelorette (2009), composição da artista islandesa Björk.
Nessa volta pelo mundo da música, Badi também dá voz a Acredite ou não (1993), parceria de Lenine com Bráulio Tavares, gravada com citação de Fora da ordem (Caetano Veloso, 1992) embutida no arranjo do violonista Carlinhos Antunes.
Baseado no relato do livro e no roteiro do show Volta ao mundo em 80 artistas, o repertório do álbum All around the world foi gravado em formato solo, apenas com a voz e o violão de Badi Assad, no Historic Studio, em Berkeley (Califórnia, EUA), pelo engenheiro de som Ricky Fataar. Já a masterização foi feita no Brasil." Mauro Ferreira (g1.globo.com, 12.10.2020)
"Based in São Paulo, Brazil, virtuoso guitar player, singer, vocal juggler and songwriter Badi Assad has emerged as one of the most versatile artists of her generation. With more than 14 albums released worldwide and more than 40 visited countries, her 2006 CD Wonderland was selected among the 100 Best from the prestigious BBC London and was also included among the 30 Best on Amazon. The US magazine, Guitar Player, selected her from a pool of artists (that included the likes of Ben Harper and Ani DiFranco), as one of the guitar players that would revolutionize the world.
Embraced by record companies such as Verve (Universal) and eDGe Music (Deutsche Grammophon), she has played an array of international concerts over the past two decades, including innovative collaborations with Bobby McFerrin, Yo-Yo-Ma and David Broza, among others. She has performed in some of the most prestigious International Festivals, including North Sea Jazz (NE), Jarazum Jazz (KOR) and in theaters such as L’Opera de Paris (FR), Palais de Beaux-Arts (BE) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (US)...
Some of her songs have reached the Top 10 in Europe. Her hit song, Waves was featured in the soundtrack of It Runs in the Family, featuring Michael and Kirk Douglas. In 2004, with the release of Three Guitars, she toured the world with guitar legends Larry Coryell and John Abercrombie. In 2006, she started a new project with her Brothers, the famous Duo Assad, masters of the classic guitar. In July of 2011 the Assad Festival was created to honor the work of the family as ambassadors of Brazilian Music worldwide. In the following year she went on to release Between Love and Luck, her first independent album on her own label, for which she was awarded Best Composer of The Year (APCA/BR). Her song Pega no Coco won first prize for Best World Music Song at the USA International Songwriting Competition. Rolling Stone Magazine selected her as among the 70 Best Brazilian Guitar Masters of History.
In July of 2012 Badi, with voice, guitar and kalimba, performed live the entire repertoire from her CD Verde for the 23 dancers from the Bahian Dance Company from the Municipal Theater (BTCA) at the Venice Biennale, in Italy. In January of 2014, Badi was commissioned by the Guitar Festival Marathon in New York to compose the soundtrack for the screening of the silent Chinese film, The Goddess (1934). Invited to also serve in the role of Festival Curator, she not only performed her composition live at New York’s Merkin Hall, but also received a New York Times highlight as Best of the Festival. Cantos de Casa, her first CD dedicated to children garnered Trophy Cata-Vento for Best CD of the Year.
In 2015 she was invited to work with the Chicago-based global peace-building organization, Genesis at the Crossroads as the Guitarist/Vocalist in their Saffron Caravan multicultural ensemble alongside Moroccan Vocalist Aaron Besoussan, Arab Israeli Oud Virtuoso, Haytham Safia and Venezuelan Percussionist Javier Saume Mazzei, exemplifying their work of arts diplomacy. Additionally she serves as a panelist on Genesis’ signature roundtables on the arts and conflict transformation and teaches the music and peace building program for the Genesis Academy Summer Institute, a leadership training and peace building educational program for international youth from areas of conflict.
In 2016 Hatched received acclaimed reviews for incubating a new Brazilophilic way to listen to global hits from modern icon labels including Lorde and Skrillex. In 2018 she released her first book, Around the World in 80 Artists (Pólen Livros). The film, BADI directed by Edu Felistoque was named Best Film by The FestCine Maracanaú in Fortaleza, Brazil, had its international debut at the 2018 Brazil Summerfest in New York and in the end of the year won Best Documentary at the LABAFF (Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival)."