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Baque do Brooklyn

by Maracatu New York

A captivating, one-of-a-kind musical journey from the Bayou to Brazil as cross-cultural innovator & Nation Beat leader Scott Kettner steps out with his latest inspired percussion project: Maracatu New York.
Genre: Brazilian: Maracatu
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1. Roda Baiana
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2. Samba Le Le
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3. Parada
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4. Quem Vem La
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5. Baque de Brooklyn
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6. Caboclo Big Chief
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7. Over The Hills And Far Away (feat. Nation Beat)
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8. Voo Doom
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9. Four Bridges
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10. Dia do Caboclo
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11. Douglass St Shuffle
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12. Bianco
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
MNY Track Sheet Listing & Credits
Produced by Scott Kettner
Assistant Producers: Aaron Shafer-Haiss and Jeff Dunneman
Engineered by Scott Kettner
Assistant Engineer: Pat Noonan
Recorded at The Soapbox Studio in Brooklyn, NY - 2012.
Tracks mixed by Amon at the Hook Studio
Tracks 3 & 9 mixed by Scott Anderson at O-Lab Studio
Mastered by Michael Perez-Cisneros
Graphic Design: O Norte - Oficina de Criação
Illustration: Lula Marcondes
www.maracatuny.com
www.scottkettner.com

RODA BAIANA: music by Dona Ivanize from Maracatu Nação Encanto da Alegria
Paul Carlon: tenor sax and arrangement
Sam Hoyt: trumpet
Brian Drye: trombone
Ron Caswell: tuba
Scott Kettner: caixa, alfaias & percussion arrangement
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: alfaias, mineiro & percussion arrangement
Jeff Duneman: alfaias, gonguê & percussion arrangement
Liliana Araujo: vocals
Fabiana Masili: vocals


SAMBA LE LE: Public Domain from Maracatu Nação Leão Coroado
Paul Carlon: tenor sax and arrangement
Sam Hoyt: trumpet
Brian Drye: trombone
Ron Caswell: tuba
Scott Kettner: caixa, alfaias & percussion arrangement
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: alfaias, mineiro & percussion arrangement
Jeff Duneman: alfaias, gonguê & percussion arrangement
Liliana Araujo: vocals
Fabiana Masili: vocals

Parada: Composed and arranged by Scott Kettner. Performed live by Maracatu New York.
All percussion performed by: Barri Anne Brown, Linda Techell, Anne Pope, Anne Checler, Vivian Warfield, Ellen Bradfield, Pico Ben-Amotz, Azzura Cox, Isabel Gandia, Therese Ragghianti, Izzy Friedman, Tim Fusco, Eli Wing, Laura Torell, Alex Gueron, Annette Aguilar, Stan Rifken, Lori Jorgensen, Liz Hanson, Pat Noonan & Michele Nascimento-Kettner.


QUEM VEM LA: Music by Scott Kettner. Lyrics by Magali
Paul Carlon: tenor, soprano sax and arrangement
Sam Hoyt: trumpet
Brian Drye: trombone
Ron Caswell: tuba
Scott Kettner: caixa, alfaias & percussion arrangement
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: alfaias, mineiro & percussion arrangement
Jeff Duneman: alfaias, gonguê & percussion arrangement
Michele Nascimento-Kettner: alfaia
Vivian Warfield: agbê
Magali: vocals

BAQUE DE BROOKLYN: Music by Scott Kettner
Scott Kettner: caixa, agbê and gonguê
Eduardo Guedes: alfaia
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: alfaia
Jeff Duneman: alfaia

CABOCLO BIG CHIEF: Music by Scott Kettner
Scott Kettner: drum set and percussion
Hugo Linns: viola nordestina

OVER THE HILLS & FAR AWAY: Music by Robert Plant/Jimmy Page. Arrangement by Scott Kettner, Aaron Shafer-Haiss & Jeff Duneman. Featuring Nation Beat.
Mark Marshall: guitar
Jordan Scannella: bass
Dennis Lichtman: rabeca
Scott Kettner: drum set & alfaias
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: alfaias
Jeff Duneman: alfaias & gonguê
Vivian Warfield: agbê
Liliana Araujo: vocals

VOO DOOM: Music by Carlinhos Pandeiro de Ouro
Carlinhos Pandeiro de Ouro: alfaias
Scott Kettner: caixa, percussion & arrangement
Mark Marshall: guitars

Four Bridges: Composed and arranged by Scott Kettner. Performed live by Maracatu New York.
All percussion performed by: Barri Anne Brown, Linda Techell, Anne Pope, Anne Checler, Vivian Warfield, Ellen Bradfield, Pico Ben-Amotz, Azzura Cox, Isabel Gandia, Therese Ragghianti, Izzy Friedman, Tim Fusco, Eli Wing, Laura Torell, Alex Gueron, Annette Aguilar, Stan Rifken, Lori Jorgensen, Liz Hanson, Pat Noonan & Michele Nascimento-Kettner.

DIA DO CABOCLO: Music by Jorge Continentino and Scott Kettner
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: congas & percussion arrangement
Jeff Duneman: snare drum & percussion arrangement
Scott Kettner: alfaia, pandeiro, cymbal & percussion arrangement
Jorge Continentino: pifanos
Fernando Sacci: pandeiro, reco reco, claps

DOUGLASS ST SHUFFLE: Music by Scott Kettner, Aaron Shafer-Haiss and Jeff Duneman
Scott Kettner: caixa, pandeiro, cymbal
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: alfaia and percussion
Jeff Duneman: alfaia, agogo
Njoli Brown: berimbau


BIANCO: Music by Scott Kettner inspired by Mestre Shacon and Maracatu Nação Porto Rico
Scott Kettner: caixa, tarol & alfaias
Aaron Shafer-Haiss: alfaias
Jeff Duneman: alfaias & gonguê
Vivian Warfield: agbê
Fernando Sacci: timbal and Ilu



*Notes:

Roda Baiana, Samba Le Le and Quem Vem La features horn arrangements by Paul Carlon and percussion arrangements by Scott Kettner, Jeff Duneman and Aaron Shafer-Haiss of MNY. Featured vocalists are Liiliana Araujo and Fabiana Masili on Roda Baiana and Samba Le Le and Magali on Quem Vem La. Roda Baiana and Samba Le Le are traditional maracatu songs arranged in a contemporary format featuring horns. Quem Vem La is an original composition by Scott Kettner and Magali.

Parada and Four Bridges feature the entire Maracatu New York ensemble, 20 members performing live. These tracks represent more of a traditional context of Maracatu and how it is performed traditionally in Recife, Brazil.

Baque de Brooklyn (The Beat of Brooklyn) is an original composition by Scott Kettner. This track also represents more of a traditional context of Maracatu and how it is performed traditionally in Recife, Brazil.

Caboclo Big Chief features Hugo Linns on viola nordestina (10 string guitar from the northeast of Brazil) and Scott Kettner morphing maracatu and New Orleans rhythms on the drumset. *A caboclo (Portuguese pronunciation: [kɐˈboklu]; from Brazilian Portuguese, perhaps ultimately from Tupi kaa'boc, "person having copper-coloured skin"[1]) or caboco is a person of mixed Indigenous Brazilian and European (mixed Indigenous Brazilian and black ancestry is "cafuzo") or a culturally assimilated person of full Amerindian descent. This track aims to morph the similarities of the northeastern Brazilian Caboclo and New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian rhythms. Big Chief relates to the Big Chief Mardi Gras Indians.

Over The Hills and Far Away features Nation Beat and MNY pmorphing the famous Led Zeppelin song into a maracatu.

Voo Doom is a composition by legendary Brazilian percussionist Carlinhos Pandeiro de Ouro. The title refers to Voo Doo which refers the mix of African and American ancestors. This track features Carlinhos on the alfaias (maracatu drums) Scott Kettner on percussion and Mark Marshall of Nation Beat on guitars.

Dia do Caboclo (Day of the Caboclo) is a compostion by Jorge Continetino of Forró in The Dark and Scott Kettner. This track morphs the traditional cane flute music from northeastern Brazil known as Banda de Pifano with the rhythms and cane flute styles of Otha Turner from Mississippi.

Douglass St Shuffle is an original composition by Scott Kettner, Jeff Duneman and Aaron Shafer-Haiss. Douglass Street is where MNY has been holding maracatu classes and rehearsals for the past 10 years. This track morphs New Orleans second line rhythms with a northeastern Brazilian rhythms called Coco.

Biancó is an original composition by Scott Kettner that is performed in a traditional maracatu context using the influences of one of the most famous maracatu groups from Recife called Nação Porto Rico. Biancó refers to the name of one of the alfaias.





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