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And it needs pointing out, as he does a moment later, that the devotion and self-sacrifice of individual militants is what kept the thing going, not just the lies and repression of brutally stodgy bureaucracies.
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His conclusion, laced with understandable fatigue and uncertainty, is scarcely less pessimistic. It is clear that Hobsbawm sees link hope in a solution that prolongs either the past or the present. Both have proved themselves unworthy models. For most of the time here he is so measured, responsible, serious that the few disputable judgments and questionable facts that turn up in the book seem disproportionately unsettling.
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In both phases, guest musicians discussed their work and played their music with Joyce. In addition to the sessions with individual musicians and groups usually shot in the musicians' homes or at music venuesJoyce presented general programs shot on location. Some of Joyce's songs were featured in Hollywood film soundtracks. Joyce's base recording for her tune "Aldeia de Ogum" was sampled by the hip-hop group Blackeyed Peas, remixed with a refrain by Sting, renamed "Magic," and used in the film Legally Blonde.
Christened Joyce Silveira Palhano de Jesus, the artist changed her name legally to Joyce Silveira Moreno on 5 May when she was married to Tutty Moreno in a civil ceremony following 24 years of domestic partnership. Biscoito Fino would release the disc in Brazil the following year. This album was graced with the guest appearance of Elza Soares and carried a bonus track with a short video.
In the same year, Joyce played in Japan with her guest, guitarist Roberto Menescal.
Together, they took part in the Tokyo Jazz Festival, performing to an audience of 5, at Marunouchi Hall. Inupon completing 30 years as a couple, Joyce and Tutty Moreno decided to record their first joint album.
In this CD, Tutty Moreno also biographies sample to his original instrument, playing alto sax on one of the tracks. Inmany dates were observed: Joyce began the year celebrating her 60th birthday with a show at Mistura Fina, in Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro. In March of the same year, she took part in the events marking 50 years of bossa-nova, performing in the big show on Ipanema Beach. Speaking of Japan, another date was commemorated in The joy of that moment, joined with the warm reception of the audience to the specially selected repertoire of carioca songs, propelled Joyce toward the CD Rio, which she would record the following year.
InJoyce realized another long-cherished dream, a TV project in which the history of Brazil is told through popular song.
In Joyce recorded Rio, her first solo album, with just voice and guitar, and songs inspired by Rio de Janeiro, written by composers such as Tom Jobim and Noel Rosa. She also included two previously unrecorded compositions of her own: What an amazing woman!
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Joyce received four nominations for the Latin Grammy. To date, she has released 33 personal CDs and two DVDs, in addition to numerous compilations and guest appearances. Currently, her work takes her all over the world; she makes annual tours and records new albums in various countries, never losing her feminine Brazilian identity.
Each year she performs on the Japanese Blue Note circuit and tours jazz festivals and other venues in Europe and North America.
Also around the same period I toured and recorded with an act called Suns of Arqa. Heavily influenced by African, Eastern and reggae music.
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The single had big international success, reaching the UK and Irish top 20, later the American, French and Dutch top 30, and the Italian top 5, beginning a successful career in Italy. The song established Simply Red as a household name, and remains one of the bands most recognized works.
The album began to sell more copies and soon became an international hit. Again, this album reached number 2 in the UK charts. In my time with Simply Red came to an end.