Retrospective of the music of 2013, Part II

By the way, this is a retrospective is not going to end so easily. In a year with so many re-releases, it is very difficult not to mention a couple of other things that would be included on the list of the best.

The Ai will go for them.

Gal ICorner of the Living – Gal Costa The combo CD/DVD perfectly captures the design of a great show-Gal.

AOR – Ed Motta – Love it or leave it. Ed's are able to get that kind of reaction out of people. On the drive back to the sound suingado that made him famous.

Jake Bugg – Recognized at the time a full comparison of the old troubadour Bob Dylan, Jake Bugg is only 19 years old, is an artist inspired by the atmosphere of the 60's.

Capa LOBOS-okThe Mirage – The Wolf The Mutants of the city to have their album re-released, and prove that it is actually his sound is timeless. He was left out of the first list of the best for a long while.

If you call me, " the luck – Wilson das Neves The veteran band releases a collection of more than fifty of the first one.

Slowhand – Eric Clapton One of the masterpieces of the God of the electric Guitar gets the extended version, and improved upon. Not to be missed.

*On the centenary of the great poet, Vinicius de Moraes, in the box celebrating with their albums gets a super-honourable mention among the best releases of the year.

Please read the first part here!

Translated by Yandex.Translate and Global Translator


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