Ivan Conti - Poison Fruit – New LP and 7” - RSD20
Format: New & Sealed Splatter LP and 7” Label: FAR OUT RECORDINGS Cat. No: FARO208LPX Barcode: 5060114368293 Released: 29/08/2020 ***LIMITED EDITION RARE ITEM***RECORD STORE DAY 2020 Drops Event***Buy here ONLINE ONLY from 6pm Saturday 29th August 2020***LIMITED SALE 1 PER CUSTOMER***
A special 'poisoned vinyl' edition of Ivan 'Mamao' Conti's critically acclaimed Poison Fruit album, which includes a limited edition 7" with an unreleased track from the original sessions 'Katmandu', and on the flip, a track never before on vinyl, 'Ninho'.For Record Store Day 2020, Far Out Recordings presents a special 'poisoned vinyl' edition of Ivan 'Mamao' Conti's critically acclaimed Poison Fruit album.
The 180g splattered colour LP is accompanied by an exclusive bonus 7" with a previously unreleased track from the original Poison Fruit sessions 'Katmandu, and 'Ninho', a track never before released on vinyl.From an artist in their seventies, you probably wouldn't expect to hear an album like this.But Brazilian drumming legend Ivan 'Mamao' Conti has been experimenting and innovating for the last half a century. As one third of cult Rio jazz-funk trio Azymuth, Mamao was at the root of the group's 'samba doido' (crazy samba) philosophy, which warped the traditional samba compass with jazz influences and space age electronics. Even with his lesser known jovem guarda group The Youngsters, Mamao was experimenting with tapes and delays to create unique, ahead-of-its-time sounds, way back in the sixties.More recently Mamao recorded an album with hip-hop royalty Madlib under the shared moniker 'Jackson Conti'.With his first album in over twenty years, and the first to be released on vinyl since his 1984 classic The Human Factor, Mamao shares his zany carioca character across eleven tracks of rootsy electronic samba and tripped out jazz, beats and dance music.Featuring Alex Malheiros and Kiko Continentino on a number of tracks, the Azymuth lifeblood runs deep, but venturing into the modern discotheque (as Mamao would call it), Poison Fruit also experiments with sounds more commonly associated with house and techno, with the help of London based producer Daniel Maunick (aka Dokta Venom) and Mamao's son Thiago Maranhao.