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SummaryRed Hot + Rio 2, a modern tribute to late 60's Brazilian Tropicália movement and will shed new light on the songs of this influential, politically charged era, which changed the culture of the country forever.
The compilation features over 30 original collaborations between Brazil's legendary musicians and today's international indie artists including John Legend, Os Mutantes, Devendra Banhart, Caetano Veloso, Dirty Projectors, Seu Jorge, Beck, Bebel Gilberto, José Gonzalez, Beirut, Tom Zé, Of Montreal, Marisa Monte Gogol Bordello, DJ Dolores, Aloe Blacc, Angelique Kidjo, Rita Lee, Madlib, Money Mark, Céu, Apollo Nove, Mayra Andrade, Trio Mocotó, Tha Boogie, Alice Smith, Carlinhos Brown, Los Van Van, Brazilian Girls, Marcos Valle, St. Vincent, Neon Indian, Forró In The Dark, Mia Doi Todd, Javelin, and many more.
Red Hot + Rio 2 is the natural successor to the 1996 original Bossa Nova inspired Red Hot + Rio, which Vogue called the album "the latest and the hippest" while Entertainment Weekly said it was "an inspiring and modern sounding tribute.
As with all Red Hot projects, proceeds from Rio 2 will benefit HIV/AIDS related charities. The first Red Hot + Rio raised over $1 million dollars as did the organization's most recent album, Dark Was The Night (featuring 2011 Grammy winner for best album, Arcade Fire, The National, Feist, Grizzly Bear and Bon Iver among others). Since its inception, Red Hot Organization - a not-for-profit production company - has produced over 16 albums and donated over $10 million dollars to worthy organizations, causes and projects around the world. Its mission is to raise awareness and money to fight AIDS/ HIV and related health and social issues. To date the Red Hot organization has sold more than three million albums and has co-produced performances at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Radio City Music Hall, Central Park Summer Stage and more.
|1. ||Aloe Blacc (of Emanon), Alice Smith - 'Baby'|
|2. ||Beck, Seu George - 'Tropicalia'|
|3. ||Mia Doi Todd, Jose Gonzalez - 'Um Girassol da Cor do Seu Cabelo'|
|4. ||Quadron - 'Samba de Verao'|
|5. ||Vanessa da Mata, Seu Jorge & Almaz - 'Boa Reza'|
|6. ||John Legend - 'Love I've Never Known'|
|7. ||Aloe Blacc (of Emanon), Clara Moreno - 'Nascimento (Rebirth) - Scene 2'|
|8. ||Curumin - 'Ela (Ticklah Remix)'|
|9. ||Aloe Blacc (of Emanon), Alice Smith - 'Baby (Old Dirty Baby Dub Version)'|
|10. ||Superhuman Happiness, Cults - 'Um Canto de Afoxe Para o Bloco do Ile'|
|11. ||Om'Mas Keith (of Sa-Ra Creative Partners) - 'Misterios'|
|12. ||Forro in the Dark, Brazilian Girls, Angelique Kidjo - 'Aquele Abraco'|
|13. ||Mia Doi Todd - 'Canto de Iemanja'|
|14. ||Caetano Veloso - 'Terra (Prefuse 73 3 Mellotrons in a Quiet Room Version)'|
|15. ||Marisa Monte, Devendra Banhart, Rodrigo Amarante - 'Nu Com a Minha Musica'|
|16. ||Bebel Gilberto - 'Acabou Chorare'|
|17. ||David Byrne, Caetano Veloso - 'Dreamworld'|
|18. ||Beirut - 'O Leaozinho'|
|19. ||Tha Boogie - 'Panis et Circensis'|
|20. ||Of Montreal, Os Mutantes - 'Bat Macumba'|
|21. ||Phenomenal Handclap Band, Marcos Valle - 'Tudo o Que Voce Podia Ser'|
|22. ||Madlib, Joyce Moreno feat. Generation Match - 'Banana'|
|23. ||Money Mark, Thalma de Freitas, Joao Parahyba - 'Tropical Affair'|
|24. ||Marina Gasolina (of Bonde Do Role), Secousse - 'Freak le Boom Boom'|
|25. ||Los Van Van, Carlinhos Brown - 'Soy Loco Por Ti, America'|
|26. ||Orquestra Contemporanea de Olinda, Emicida - 'Roda'|
|27. ||Mayra Andrade, Trio Mocoto - 'Berimbau'|
|28. ||Apollo Nove, Ceu, N.A.S.A. - 'It's a Long Way'|
|29. ||DJ Dolores, Eugene Hutz, Otto, Fred 04, Isaar - 'A Cidade'|
|30. ||Atom, Toshiyuki Yasuda feat. Fernanda Takai, Moreno Veloso - 'Aguas de Marco'|
|31. ||Javelin, Tom Ze - 'Ogodo, Ano 2000'|
|32. ||Twin Danger - 'Show Me Love'|
|33. ||Rita Lee - 'Pistis Sophia'|