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Liniker e os Caramelows - Intimidade

Cantora: Liniker de Barros Ferreira Campos
Participação Especial: Linn da Quebrada
Direção e Edição: Sabrina Duarte
Diretor de Fotografia: Milena Seta
Coordenação de produção: Leila Penteado
Produção Executiva: Tarcilla Villa
Diretor de Produção: Bernie Walbenny
Produtora: Izabela Ribeiro
Colorista: Alex Lopes
1 Ass. de Direção: Mônica Santana
Operador de Steady: Nicholas Zugaib (Zuga)
1 Ass. Camera: Rafael Franco
2 Ass. Camera: João Lucas Bandeira (Joni)
Som Design: Matheus Tiburcio
Logger: Maria Navarro
Costureira: Itaema Soares
Gaffer: Diogo Costa
Maquinista: Henrique Braz darwish(Nica)
Ass. Maquinista: Arnaldo Neto (Dudy)
Ass. Elétrica: Daniel Barnete
Arte: Vinicius Couto
Maquiadora: Dani Da Mata
Figurinista: Victor Fernandes
Ass. Figurino: Fernanda Galindo
Making Off: Rafael Villa
Segurança: BULLA COMPANY

Liniker e os Caramelows: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Oct. 29, 2018 | Felix Contreras -- Watching this performance is to witness a spell being cast, note-by-note. Liniker e os Caramelows (Liniker and the Caramelows) are from Brazil but steeped in the tradition of soul from here in the U.S. They started their turn behind the desk with the ballad "Calmô," a testament to the power of slow songs dripping with soulful emotion. It was a bold statement of just who they are as a band and what they stand for.

You have to go back to the co-mingling of jazz and Brazilian music in the late 1950s to appreciate the affinity our two countries have had for each other musically. Lead vocalist Liniker Barros has obviously done her share of listening to soul singers and she effortlessly slides from lower registers to an emotional falsetto, though the Tiny Desk space did restrict the kind of vigorous floor show of dancing and moving from all the band members that I've seen at the bigger live performances they've done.

Liniker and the band shook things up to high-gear, Brazilian funk on the second part of "Tua," complete with a mid-song, church-revival breakdown, featuring tenor sax. "Remonta" displayed the band's flexibility as they moved from ballad to a reggae bridge, eventually exploding into a majestic African-based Candomblé rhythmic finish.

This performance catches Liniker e os Caramelows as they spiral upwards toward wider acclaim and recognition. Seeing them this close helps to understand just how they cast their musical magic on their audiences.

 

Set List
"Calmô"
"Tua"
"Remonta"

 

Credits
Producers: Felix Contreras, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Bronson Arcuri, CJ Riculan; Editor: Kaylee Domzalski; Production Assistant: Mary Mathis; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR

Zero

Música: Zero
Artista: Liniker
Produzido por Vulkania

 

BANDA: Liniker Barros (voz) / Guilherme Garboso (bateria) / Márcio Bortoloti (trompete) / Rafael Barone (baixo) / Willian Zaharanszki (guitarra) / Bárbara Rosa (backing vocal) / Ekena Monteiro (backing vocal) / Renata Santos (backing vocal)

PRODUÇÃO COLABORATIVA: Paulo Costa / Leila Penteado / Dré Guines | GOMAinc. / Nivaldo Dakuzaku / Breno Rodrigues / Dado Marcondes / Paulo Delfini / Pericles Zuanon / Marcia Bolsoni / Amanda Zaharanszki / Rodolfo Zaharanszky

Caeu

Música: Caeu
Artista: Liniker
Produzido por Vulkania

BANDA:
Liniker Barros (voz)
Guilherme Garboso (bateria)
Márcio Bortoloti (trompete)
Rafael Barone (baixo)
Willian Zaharanszki (guitarra)
Bárbara Rosa (backing vocal)
Ekena Monteiro (backing vocal)
Renata Santos (backing vocal)

PRODUÇÃO COLABORATIVA:
Paulo Costa
Leila Penteado 
Dré Guines | GOMAinc.
Nivaldo Dakuzaku
Breno Rodrigues
Dado Marcondes
Paulo Delfini
Pericles Zuanon
Marcia Bolsoni
Amanda Zaharanszki
Rodolfo Zaharanszky