巴西音乐国宝，以「鸽子歌」扬名全球的歌之传奇大师与创作诗人卡耶塔诺．费洛索Caetano Veloso可以说是近年来最受推崇的巴西男歌手与世界音乐的代表性人物，拜诸多国际名导如王家卫「春光乍泄」、「爱神」及阿莫多瓦「悄悄告诉她(他在片中还现场演唱了鸽子歌一曲)」及获奥斯卡主题曲提名的「挥洒烈爱」等几部声震国际的电影之赐，他充满异国情调、迷幻磁性的歌声逐渐在全球及本地传播开来。身兼诗人、音乐家、製片家与政治运动家多样身份，他的歌唱生涯始於1960年代以bossa nova为始，受Joao Gilberto影响；后来随著披头四的脚步，Veloso开始发展新的音乐态度Tropicalismo，将巴西音乐融入摇滚、前卫音乐，型塑出一种迷幻、社会觉醒的风格。因为在歌曲中批判巴西军政府，他的音乐常被禁甚至因而坐牢，最后被迫流亡海外，1972年才回到巴西。即使如此，他依旧坚持音乐的美乐地 -祖国巴西音乐的根，吸取世界各式各样的音乐元素在创作中，几十张作品创作也以葡萄牙文为主，音乐存在於他的脑海，是他表达情感投射的方式。——诚品网络书店
这张34首曲目双碟装的Antologia 67/03是Caetano Veloso从60年代到2003年的超级精选，囊括了这位音乐巨人大量的优秀作品。不过这并非一张很传统的选集，其中疏漏了许多众所周知的名作，如"Alegria, Alegria," "Terra," "Você é Linda," and "Queixa,"等等，但是却包含了 "Muito Romântico," "Cajuína," "Lua, Lua, Lua," 和"Maria Bethânia."等许多不为人知的好歌， 可以说实在是一张另类的精选。曲目之间的顺序也并未按年份等方式特殊编排，这使得一些歌曲缺乏前后联系。然而，对于Caetano Veloso这样一个作品目录异常丰富多彩的艺术家来说，任何一个人都可以对这张选集应该包括或忽略什么歌持有自己的保留意见。不过假如精选的作者的目的是为Caetano的五十年艺术生涯制作一份些许与众不同的另类收藏，那么他们确实做得相当成功。——Philip Jandovský, All Music Guide
提到民谣，我想很多人大概都有这样的经验，许多评论介绍文章喜欢拿Bob Dylan，或Leonard Cohen来比喻，冠以某某地区，某某国家的，AMG上有关Caetano Veloso的介绍在一开始也就提出了这样的一种现象，虽然有时候我也认同了这种比喻，不过总觉得有点不舒服，彷佛一名歌手就这样成为了别人的影子，我想任谁都不愿意的吧。
出生于巴西Bahia的Veloso，继承了当地那种受加勒比，北美流行以及非洲一些地区音乐影响的音乐传统，在他刚成年时就与他妹妹到了Rio，并很快因谱写了Um Dia这首歌而受到青睐，签约Philips公司。此后Veloso迅速崛起于巴西流行音乐界，其音乐很大程度上受到了由Gilberto Gil掀起的bossanova音乐之风的影响，浪漫而相对轻柔，完全不同于其他南美新歌谣那种激进朴素的风格。然而也许正是因为这种音乐风格的树立，尽管在许多方面（如演唱会，专辑发表，音乐创作）受到10多年专制的限制，但70年代末解禁之后的Veloso仍然具有强劲的势头，其触角伸向了非洲，法国，以色列等更遥远的国度，并很快赢得了世界性的声誉。虽然以前其作品在北美很少有，但由于一些专栏作家，评论员的宣传，他在美国仍然拥有许多乐迷。……从60年代至今，40年的创作与不懈，使Veloso的音乐在bossanova的轻柔曼妙中显得更多一份韧性与豁然。——Echosounding的世界音乐之旅
Caetano Veloso was born in a small town in the northern state of Bahia in 1942. Soon after his family moved to Salvador, where he spent his youth and studied at the University of Arts.
At the end of 1966 he accompanied his sister Maria Bethania, who had been invited to play at a musical play, to Rio do Janeiro and he got his first hits when his sister recorded his first compositions. Soon he won several prizes and recorded his first album with Gal Costa "Domingo"
In 1968, with Gilberto Gil, he was one of the primary architects of Tropicalismo, a cultural movement whose aim was the reevaluation of traditional Brazilian music and the incorporation of non-Brazilian musical styles. He recorded his first individual album Caetano Veloso and his music crossed the borders with his controverted music E Proibido Proibir. He was awarded several prizes at several TV Festivals.
In 1969 he performed with Gilberto Gil at Castro Alves Theater in Salvador and the concert was recorded live. Barra 69 was the album. However in the same year Caetano and Gil were forced to leave the country by the military regime and went to live in London. There, they soaked up the era's psychedelic rock while sending songs back to Brazil to be recorded by singers like Gal Costa, Maria Bethania, Elis Regina, Roberto Carlos. He recorded his first album in English and performed in several European cities.
He returned to Brazil in 1972 and his audience continued to grow. Another album Transa was released and he performed in several cities and other album was recorded alive, this time with Chico Buarque: caetano e Chico Juntos a ao Vivo.
Several albums were released the following years: Araca Azul in 1974, Temporada de Verao in 1974, Joia and Qualquer Coisa in 1975.
In 1976 he teamed up with Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa and Maria Bethania toured Brazil under the name of Doces Barbaros, An album and a film were released.
Bicho was released in 1977 and the hot rhythm of the sweet melodies of this album had the influence of the contact he had with the Nigerian culture, where he had been months before. The same year Alegria, Alegria was published, a book which is a collection of articles and poems of the years 1965 to 1976.
During the 1970's and 80's his music reasserted its sinuous, harmonically sophisticated tunefulness after his flirtation with blunt rock-and-roll, while his lyrics grew more associative and imagistic, blending an embracing romanticism with glimpses of stark clarity. The albums released were: Muito in 1978, Maria Bethania & Caetano Veloso in 1978, Cinema Transcendental in 1979, Outras Palavras in 1981, Cores Nomes in l982, Uns in 1983, Velo in 1984, Totalmente Demais in 1986 and Caetano in 1987.
Estrangeiro released in 1989, is a natural follow up to what he had been doing all along in Brazil, mixing of old fashioned Brazilian and South American things with new rock and new Brazilian things mostly Bossa Nova.
Caetano Veloso, his first U S album released in 1987, was a selection of his songs from the two previous decades. Backed only by his own acoustic guitar, his voice, tender but sure had the sound of a poet ruminating over his past, examining it with affection and curiosity.
In 1991 a new album was released Circulado. The music which gave name to the album is a poem by a Brazilian concrete poet, Harol do Campos. The cover design was a creation of Caetano, Circulado Vivo, released in l992 is a master piece. Making a story of each song he sings, Michael Jackson's Black or White or Dylan's Jokerman with a practical feeling no one has ever listened, he shifts from bossa-nova to tango tailoring his interpretations with a skill of a genius. The Circulado tour was one of the most important and beautiful concerts he did and became a home-video.
In 1993 was released Tropicalia 2 with Gilberto Gil. A celebration of 25 years of Tropicalia and 30 years of friendship of both genius. A new record, a new book are some of the projects of Caetano this year.
1967 - Domingo (polygram)
1968 - Caetano Veloso (polygram)
1969 - Caetano Veloso (polygram)
l971 - caetano Veloso (polygram)
1971 - Barra 69 (polygram)
l972 - Transa (polygram)
1972 - Caetano e Chico Juntos e ao Vivo (polygram)
1973 - Araca AZul (polygram)
1974 - Temporada de Verao (polygram)
l975 - Joia (Polygram)
1975 - Qualquer Coisa (Polygram)
1976 - Doces Barbaros (polygram)
l977 - Bicho (Polygram)
1977 - Muitos carnavais (polygram)
1978 - Muito (Dentro da Estrela Azulada) (polygram)
1976 - Maria Bethania & Caetano Veloso ao Vivo (Polygram)
1979 - Cinema Transcendental (polygram)
1981 - Outras Palavras (polygram)
1982 - Cores Nomes (polygram)
1983 - Uns (polygram)
1984 - Velo (polygram)
l986 - Totalmente Demais (polygram)
1987 - Caetano (polygram)
1989 - Estrangeiro (polygram)
1990 - Caetano Veloso (polygram)
1991 - Circulado (polygram)
1992 - circulado vivo (polygram)
1993 - Tropicalia 2 (polygram/Warner)
01. Que Não Se Vê [0:04:14.04]
02. Muito Romântico [0:02:28.04]
03. Não Encho [0:03:30.07]
04. Chuva, Suor e Cerveja [0:03:24.26]
05. Os Argonautas [0:02:47.41]
06. Haiti [0:04:20.34]
07. Sampa [0:03:20.47]
08. Two Naira Fifty Kobo [0:05:04.65]
09. Dans Mon Isle [0:02:59.44]
10. O Leãozinho [0:03:06.73]
11. Let It Bleed [0:03:22.72]
12. Todo Errado [0:03:50.13]
13. Cucurrucucú Paloma [0:03:46.03]
14. Sozinho [0:03:06.13]
15. Pulsar [0:01:01.41]
16. Os Outros Românticos [0:04:59.21]
01. Meu coraçao vagabundo [0:02:25.25]
02. Minha voz, minha vida [0:02:53.13]
03. Enquanto O Lobo nao vem [0:02:32.42]
04. O Estrangeiro [0:06:13.10]
05. Nega Maluca, Billie Jean... [0:03:56.60]
06. Meditaçao de Jobim [0:02:27.19]
07. 13 de Maio [0:03:47.07]
08. Lua lua lua [0:03:58.13]
09. Superbacana [0:01:30.30]
10. Texto "Verdade Tropical" [0:01:07.07]
11. Doideca [0:03:41.25]
12. De palavra em palavra [0:01:20.69]
13. Tonada de luna llena [0:03:16.34]
14. O ciume [0:05:45.20]
15. Cajuina [0:02:19.24]
16. Carcara [0:03:59.51]
17. Maria Bethania [0:06:55.16]
18. Um canto de afoxé [0:03:04.33]