Red Hot + Lisbon: Onda Sonora

1998
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  • Dreamworld: Marco de Canaveses David Byrne + Caetano Veloso
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  • Dukeles Ketama + Djavan + Banda Feminina Didá
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  • Mulemba Xangóla Bonga + Marisa Monte + Carlinhos Brown
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  • Sobi Esse Pano, Mano General D + Funk' N' Lata
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  • Nha Vida Lura
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  • Coral Moreno Veloso + Sadjo Djolo Koiate
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  • Fado Hilário k.d. lang
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  • Os Dias São à Noite (Suso Saiz Remix) Madredeus
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  • Interlude DJ Wally + Lura
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  • A Mar (Storm Mix) Simentera + DJ Soul Slinger
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  • Luz de Candeeiro Naná Vasconcelos + Vinicius Cantuária
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  • Variações Em Mí Menor António Chainho
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  • Canção de Engate (In Variações Memory Remix) Delfins + Tó Ricciardi
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  • O Cara Lindo (Mr. Gorgeous) Smoke City
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  • Hailwa Yange Pike Mbela (Remix) Filipe Mukenga + Underground Sound Of Lisbon
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  • Interlude DJ Spooky + Vinicius Cantuária
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  • Tchon Di Na Lú Netos Do N'Gumbé
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  • Sem Você Arto Lindsay + Arnaldo Antunes + Davi Moraes
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  • A Capella Salvador
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  • A Névoa Paulo Bragança + Carlos Maria Trindade
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  • Fado da Adiça Filipa Pais + António Chainho
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  • Babu Amgeló Ekvât
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  • It's Your Life, Babe The Durutti Column
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OVERVIEW

With Onda Sonora, Red Hot continued its focus and exploration of music from around the world, particularly South America. Funding came from a Portuguese company who approached Red Hot to do something to celebrate the 500th anniversary of their country and the Portuguese diaspora that included Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde and other places around the globe.  Andres Levin, a great music producer who grew up in Latin America, came on board and oversaw the project with Beco Dranoff and Red Hot co-founder, John Carlin. The album featured the first and only collaboration between Caetano Veloso and David Byrne, “Dreamworld”, a song about Carmen Miranda and the shifting identity of Iberian-American culture.  

PRESS

ew.com

The latest installment in the Red Hot series of benefit CDs, Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon, rides the Brazilian pop wave. Keeping their feet firmly planted in the sands of tradition and their heads spinning with modernist Tropicalia topspin, the artists of Onda Sonora

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ny times

The idea of world music — a utopian vision of different cultures swimming in the same direction in the name of entertainment — has hardly ever been better served than on ”Onda Sonora,” a record made by various voices from around the Portuguese-speaking diaspora

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BILLBOARD

From Lisbon with love: It’s always a pleasure when a charitable music project is also a feast for the ears. And so it is with Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon. Onda Sonora will be the 11th album in the Red Hot series, which benefits AIDS research and awareness initiatives. The project has to date donated more than $7 million to combating the disease. 

CREDITS

Executive Producer:
John Carlin
Produced by:
Béco Dranoff and Andrés Levin
TV show directed by:
Alex Gabassi, Maria Lovett and Marina Zurkow