Brazil, 1973, folk pop / progressive pop / art pop / glam rock
Secos & Molhados – Secos & Molhados: Pretty much one of the most charming albums in my collection, and I love Ney Matogrosso’s voice so much I went and got some of his solo albums. By the way, their first four albums all have the same name. This is their quirky, playful debut, full of androgynous, poetic pop, when Matogrosso is still part of the band. Apparently they sing in both Portuguese and Spanish, but since I don’t understand either language, it’s all just beautiful vocalizing to me. Which is enough for me to adore the music of this masterpiece.