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The oneyedcats are a duo, but that's not all there is to them. Clarah Averbuck and Reginaldo Lincoln got together to savor the best things of love. And, beware, the only people who think this means mushy romantic music are those who never knew what love is. That’s not the case. Not at all.
The couple’s songs – Averbuck in the vocals and Lincoln alternating in several instruments – capture various aspects of love: celebration, intensity, fierceness and, why not?, agressiveness. If you stop to look at this (non)formula, you’ll see that this is an endangered species of music in our times of music industry mass-pasteurization. The oneyedcats spontaneously evoke the classic era of vocal Jazz -- a little bit of Billie here, a hint of Ella there – without trying too hard. This may come as a result of the duo's recording style. They have no problem recording their songs in the dead of night, in the living room or wherever inspiration comes.
But the band is not an isolated unit. In “Comes Love”, the violin of Hique Gomez (Tangos e Tragédias) underscores the song's dramatic aspect, whereas Douglas Godoy (Reginaldo’s band-mate in Vanguart) brings a glow to “No One But Me”, which he recorded and mixed. Next year oneyedcats are recording an album, which should feature household names of Brazilian music such as Arthur de Faria, Adriano Magoo and Guizado’s Guilherme Mendonça.
~ Paulo Terrón