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Cashmere Guest Mixes Revolution starts with music:Portugal #1 Maria Dybcio/w Miguel Moniz

24 April 2024
  • Interview
  • Informative

The carnation revolution in Portugal literally started with music when the two songs were played on the radio. One day before the revolution's 50th anniversary, Maria Dybcio talks with Miguel Moniz (miguelmoniz.com), an anthropologist, musician, and research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon. Through the music, they discuss living under António Salazar de Oliveira's dictatorship, revolutionary feminist movements, society's opposition to colonial wars, and the meaning of the revolution today. Viva a Liberdade, 25 de Abril Sempre!

carnation revolution


1. Paulo de Carvalho - E Depois Do Adeus
2. Zeca Afonso - Grândola, Vila Morena
3. Amália Rodrigues - Uma Casa Portuguesa
4. Simone de Oliveira - Desfolhada Portuguesa
5. Manfred Mann - The Mighty Quinn
6. Duo Ouro Negro - Mãe Preta
7. José Mário Branco - Ronda do Soldadinho
8. Homens Da Luta - Luta É Alegria
9. Farra Fanfarra - Grândola, Vila Morena (Austerity March 2013)
10. Luís Cília - O Povo Unido Jamais Será Vencido