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Download links and information about Saudade by Thievery Corporation. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Bop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 42:10 minutes.

Artist: Thievery Corporation
Release date: 2014
Genre: Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Bop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 42:10
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No. Title Length
1. Décollage (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 3:23
2. Meu Nego (feat. Karina Zeviani) 3:21
3. Quem Me Leva (feat. Elin Melgarejo) 3:29
4. Firelight (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 3:33
5. Sola in Citta (feat. Elin Melgarejo) 2:27
6. No More Disguise (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 3:28
7. Saudade 2:08
8. Claridad (feat. Natalia Clavier) 3:44
9. Nos Dois (feat. Karina Zeviani) 3:03
10. Le Coeur (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 3:04
11. Para Sempre (feat. Elin Melgarejo) 2:58
12. Bateau Rouge (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 4:09
13. Depth of My Soul (feat. Shana Halligan) 3:23



There's no English analog for the Portuguese word saudade, which translates roughly to a melancholic longing for someone or something from the past. The term so aptly fits Thievery Corporation's oeuvre (always wistful and dreamy) that it's a wonder this is the first time the D.C. duo have employed it as an album title. Looking to the sounds of Brazil–bossa nova, samba, tropicalia–for their seventh long-player, longtime musical partners Rob Garza and Eric Hilton deliver a set that evokes shimmering seascapes and poolside cocktails. It's the kind of album James Bond would put on for a romantic evening in Rio. Saudade's expressive acoustic guitars and placid string arrangements meld sweetly with delicate synths and gentle percussion, as a rotating cast of five female vocalists coo sensuous melodies. While many of these songs ("Quem Me Leva," the title track) are bold adventurers into new sonic territory, others, such as "Depth of My Soul" and "Firelight," are vintage Thievery Corporation with a Brazilian twist: deeply groovy and endlessly mesmerizing.