S.P. 73

S.P. 73

The intention was to create a screenplay in different settings and have short intervals between tracks - almost none - with songs with lyrics and instrumental songs as well. 

Artist: Hareton Salvanini

Genre: South American

Label: Mr Bongo

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Hareton was born in Bauru and grew up in Campinas. S.P 73 is his first LP - he worked tirelessly with his right man and brother, Ayrton, was a theatre director. The 'Hareton + Meta' EP was written and recorded for one of Ayrton's productions - Hareton wrote the music, Ayrton the lyrics - which was given out at performances. S.P 73 was recorded with the full Campinas Teatro Municipal Orchestra, the same orchestra that that featured on 'Hareton + Meta' EP. "The back cover photo was taken of the window of his apartment. He sat with me and we made the LP together - with lyrics and everything - it took a week at most. The intention was to create a screenplay in different settings and have short intervals between tracks - almost none - with songs with lyrics and instrumental songs as well. The LP originated from our participation in a festival of TV Tupi, if I remember correctly, with the musical production called 'Irracional'. The track 'Papa Mama' is based on a drum rhythm of the same name."

About the artist

Arranger and writer, Hareton Salvanini was born in Bauru and grew up in Campinas, Brazil. A lesser-known Arthur Verocai, in many ways. 'SP 73' was his first LP, written with his right hand man and brother, Ayrton, who was a theatre director.

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