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  • CD (25 septembre 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN : B000HEV832
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Rythmiques tropicales, mélodies entraînantes, chants concupiscents, c'est un subtil mélange de ces éléments qui propulsa Sergio Mendes et Brasil ' 66 au sommet des hit parades. Ils y étaient encore à la fi n des années 60. Le son de Brazil'66 est sur cet album aussi irrésistible que sur les précédents, empruntant autant aux Beatles qu'à Burt Bacharach ou Hair, avec toujours cette fameuse patte Sergio Mendes.

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13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Brasil'66 in 1969? 21 février 2001
Par Brandon Bergeron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When Ye-Me-Le was released in 1969, the Bossa Nova sound was dwindling within the United States. Thus leaving Sergio Mendes with a decision: to either leave the Brasil'66 sound the same, or to create a new balance of the Bossa Nova with the popular music of that time. Sergio Mendes decided to move ahead into the current popular sound. Although, the Familiar Brasilian Sound is still found through out this CD. It was still the same Brasil'66 as the Brasil'66 featured on the very popular "Fool on the Hill" album. "Wichita Lineman" (b/w "Ye-Me-Le") was the first single from the album. It was an up tempo approach to this Jimmy Webb tune. It did not fair well in the Billboard charts. The second single The Beatle's "Norwegian Wood" (b/w "Masquerade") was even less successful. Personally, I think that all four of these songs are still very strong songs. It is not clear to me why they didn't succeed, but they didn�t. This album contains beautifully arranged English versions of "Dia da Vitória" ("Look Who's Mine") and the very popular Brasilian tune: "De Onde Vens" ("Where Are You Coming From"). Also, this album has Bacharach and David's "What the World Needs Now", the classic tune from the musical "Hair": "Easy to Be Hard", and a soulful version of Bobby Timmon�s "Moanin'". �Some Time Ago� is a rare song in itself. It features both singers individually, Miss Hall doing the first part of the song, and Miss Philipp singing after the piano solo. Sergio allowed the singers, Lani Hall and Karen Philipp, complete freedom on this album. This allowed each singer to interoperate the song with her own personal emotion, understanding, and vitality. By far, this album, (along with "Stillness") is one of my favorite Brasil'66 albums. Ye-Me-Le's repertory is a good representation of the current music scene, in both Brasil and The United States. Sergio Mendes� personal touch on each song through arrangement, keyboards, and the occasional voice, �Where Are You Coming From�, complete this album. This album is an overlooked classic, and can nicely fit into anyone�s CD collection.
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We need more music like this! 30 septembre 2004
Par R. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I gave this album a four-star rating because one or two of the songs aren't great, but overall, it's very good. Sergio had a way of taking hits and making them even better. Witchita Lineman and Norwegian Wood are a couple of examples. If you are a fan of his earlier work, you should be pleased with this.

By the way, why is it that it takes a Japanese company to produce many of these old A & M albums?
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Not quite a 5 star album, but some beautiful moments 31 décembre 2005
Par JMK - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
A lot of long-time Brasil '66 fans dismiss this album as the "beginning of the end" of the classic era for Sergio Mendes, but it's always been one of my favorites. True, the album only has one Brasilian tune (but it's a killer--"Ye Me Le", with an incredible flute solo by Hermeto Pascoal and guest vocals by the soon-to-be Mrs. Mendes, Gracinha Leporace), and tends to concentrate more on the American pop side of things ("Wichita Lineman," "Easy to Be Hard"), but there is still sufficient magic that any fan of the early Brasil '66 albums should find it more than sufficient. Sergio's reworking of "Norwegian Wood," with its changing tempi and beautiful Rhodes solo; Lani's playful reading of the jazz waltz "Some Time Ago"; Lani's heartfelt belting on the Marcos Valle penned "Look Who's Mine" (with one of those patented Alan & Marilyn Bergman lyrics); Lani and Karen Philipp tearing into Bobby Timmons' classic "Moanin'" with a great Dave Grusin big band arrangement (this is not your mother's Lambert, Hendricks and Ross interpretation); and the magnificent Dave Grusin orchestral wrapping of an almost McCoy Tyner-ish arrangement of "What the World Needs Now" are just some of the great things listeners have in store on this neglected gem. It may not be "Fool on the Hill," but I for one highly recommend it.
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A high energry treat from beginning to end 16 janvier 2007
Par Gregg B. Holycross - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Ye-Me-Le" was almost a return to the original group sound heard on "Herb Alpert Presents" and "Equinox" and, in my opinion, is a much better album than its 2 predecessors, "Fool on the Hill" and "Crystal Illusion".

The album starts out with a bang with a cover of Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman" that puts the original to shame. Mendes follows this with a mind blowing cover of "Norwegian Wood". Very seldom does a cover of a Beatles song come even close to the original, but this one does. "Moanin'" and "Masquerade" are great high energy songs combining a touch of R&B with the bossa nova. The title song sounds like a Brazilian street carnival with the band approaching from a distance and then suddenly exploding right in front of you. This song is guaranteed to make anyone smile. The album finishes with a great cover of "What The World Needs Now".

This is indeed a group album with all members participating and orchestrations kept to a tolerable level. Mendes and company sound like they really enjoyed recording these songs and they are a treat to listen to.
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inconsistent 10 février 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is a really mixed bag. The middle third of the album from "Moanin'" to "Masquerade" is top-notch Brasil '66. "Moanin'" swings hard with a dynamite big band arrangement. "Look Who's Mine" is a gorgeous ballad with sweet lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman. Ye-Me-Le is another excellent Brazilian song in Portugese. "Easy to Be Hard" is a surprisingly good cover of the song from Hair. And "Masquerade" has a kind of 1970's feel to it; as if Mendes were peering into the future.
However, some of the cover songs are ill advised, to say the least. "Wichita Lineman" and "Norwegian Wood" are just there, with Lani Hall solemnly and slowly singing on the latter "He asked me stay and he told me to sit anywhere/I looked around and I noticed there wasn't a chair" as if it's the most profound lyric ever. "What the World Needs Now" is an excellent song, but the arrangement is frantic and hurried, as if they were just trying to wrap up the album.
As another reviewer said, the album also suffers somewhat from the absence of male singing voices, except when Mendes takes an unfortunate and self-indulgent solo on "Where are You Coming From?" There is some wonderful stuff here, but it's clearly a step down from the five previous Brasil '66 albums, which were pretty much all wonderful all the way through.
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