World Psychedelic Classics 4: Nobody Can Live Forever - The Existential Soul of Tim Maia - Tim Maia

World Psychedelic Classics 4: Nobody Can Live Forever - The Existential Soul of Tim Maia


Tim Maia

  • Genre: Brazilian
  • Release Date: 2012-10-02
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 2012 Luaka Bop, Inc

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Que Beleza 3:28  
2
Let's Have a Ball Tonight 5:11  
3
O Caminho do Bem 6:06  
4
Ela Partiu 4:15  
5
Quer Queira, Quer Não Queira 4:50  
6
Brother Father Mother Sister 3:19  
7
Do Leme ao Pontal 3:12  
8
Nobody Can Live Forever 2:52  
9
I Don't Care 2:47  
10
Bom Senso 5:07  
11
Where Is My Other Half 4:00  
12
Over Again 3:24  
13
The Dance Is Over 2:31  
14
You Don't Know What I Know 0:32  
15
Rational Culture 12:19  

Reviews

  • Absolutely Horrible, Terrible. The worse album I have ever heard.

    1
    By Alizios
    Terrible, horrible.
  • Genius

    5
    By FagenRules
    Have a drink, relax, smile, put your headphones, listen. Impossible not feel hipnotized. It's frank, in your face, greta stuff. Wowww
  • Wowzers

    5
    By drheffron
    I've had this album on loop since it came out. It's a great introduction to the genre and will surely become the go-to release of his career!
  • Album of my fall

    5
    By KayraWolk
    His beautiful voice in my headphones over and over again, what an amazing eclectic mix of Tim Maia's music and what a cross-genre master.
  • WHO?!

    5
    By ZUEKSTER
    Heard about this record from a friend, and said “Tim who?” Glad I asked, this is AWESOME! soundtrack of my week!
  • I can listen to this forever!

    5
    By angelalalaw
    A powerful voice, with great range. The album is delicate and supple at some moments, vivacious and boisterous at others, which I think is not unlike Tim himself. Some cuts are fantastically soulful and funky, reminiscent of Curtis Mayfield’s Superfly, like “Brother Father Mother Sister” and “Bom Senso”, while others wouldn’t be out of place on a Soul Train compilation, such as “Do Leme ao Pontal.” Overall I think the record is a wonderful collection of Maia’s finest work, and a great representation of a lost artist. I would have loved to see one of his national hits like Primavera or Chocolate included there as well, but I guess it didn't fit the psych flow like the others….
  • WOW!!!!

    5
    By Zebralikes
    It’s hard to believe Tim Maia didn't play a part in the American soul movement. So many songs on this record fit perfectly into the late 1960s and 1970’s black music mold. To find out that the tracks were created and sang by a large Brazilian man just adds more depth.
  • At last!

    5
    By L. Henry
    Heard of Tim Maia on that great blog soul spectrum a few years back when it was first in the works, and now so glad its finally out.
  • Tim Maia!

    5
    By eric welles
    Holy cow, what an album!   
  • Big man, big sound, big record.

    5
    By KJG123
    If you’ve ever wondered what a tab of acid sounds like, listen to “Bom Senso.”

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