Rio de Janeiro: Beco do Azougue Editorial, 2008. wrps. OCLC: 319632918. Item #103952
Includes previously published essays on the Tropicália movement as well as interviews with people instrumental to the movement. Tropicália was arguably the most influential cultural movement in Brazil in the second half of the 20th century. In a brief period, the critical spirit and irreverent young filmmakers in different artistic areas-music, theatre, cinema, Visual Arts, among others-have raised a series of debates and works that mark until today the Brazilian cultural production. This special volume of the collection Dates allows, to gather documents and interviews conducted between 1966 and 1970, we know your story and your ideas through the voice of its protagonists. This volume of the collection Dates brings together the major interviews and documents from the time of Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Hoe, Glauber Rocha, Hélio Oiticica, José Agrippino de Paula, Mutants, Nelson Motta, Rogério Duarte, Rogério Duprat, Rogério Sganzerla, Tom Zé, Torquato Neto and José Celso Martinez Corrêa. Contents: Apresentação / Fred d'Orey -- Nota editorial / Frederico Coelho -- Que caminho seguir na Música Popular Brasileira? Debate.