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Gal CostaFocus – O Essencial De Gal Costa ... CD
BMG (Brazil), 1980s/1990s. Used ... $14.99
(Out of print.)

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Ze RamalhoEu Sou Todos Nos ... CD
BMG (Brazil), 1999. Used ... $5.99
(Out of print.)

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New Maria BethaniaMaricotinha ... CD
BMG (Brazil), 2001. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of Maria Bethania's most beautiful albums in years – one that features some great guitar accompaniment by Jaime Alem, who also helped produce the record. The album's got an intimate quality that works beautifully with Bethania's deep vocals – recorded here in a setting that's a lot more stripped-down than some of her more overproduced albums, and which has us really digging her singing more than we have in years! Titles include "Agua E Pao", "Primavera", "Dona Do Dom", "A Moca Do Sonho", "Maricotinha", and "Pra Rua Me Levar". CD

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New Antonio Carlos JobimEchoes Of Rio ... CD
BMG/RCA, 1989. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
(Out of print.)

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New Miucha & Antonio Carlos JobimMiucha & Antonio Carlos Jobim ... CD
RCA/BMG (Brazil), 1977. Used ... Out Of Stock
A pretty darn sweet vocal session from the duo of Miucha and Antonio Carlos Jobim – recorded with lots of bossa overtones, very much the same spirit as the legendary Elis & Tom album of the mid 70s! Chico Buarque participates in the session, and Jobim even lends his vocal talents to a track or two – but his real talent, though, is his work on the arrangements – as he gives the whole thing a beautifully dreamy quality, in the manner of his best 70s work, with lots of strange off-kilter melodies floating around the mix of strings, piano, and flute! Miucha's vocals are lovely, and titles include "Sei La A Vida Tem Sempre Razao", "Vai Levando", "Comigo E Assim", "Samba Do Aviao", and "Saia Do Caminho". CD
(Out of print.)
Also available Miucha & Antonio Carlos Jobim ... CD 8.99

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New Miucha & Antonio Carlos JobimMiucha & Tom Jobim (1979) ... CD
BMG (Brazil), 1979. Used ... Out Of Stock
This second collaboration between these two great talents is every bit as wonderful as the first – a great later set of bossa-revival work, done by Tom Jobim and Miucha in a similar mode to his earlier work with Elis Regina! The set was recorded in New York, with spacious production from the legendary Aloysio De Oliveira – and the result's a beautiful combination of lilting melody and warm vocals that shows that Jobim could still sound wonderful, even after his initial 60s classics. Chico Buarque and Joao Donato contribute to the magic, and titles include "Turma Do Funil (No Baixo Leblon)", "Triste Alegria", "Sublime Tortura", "Samba Do Carioca", "Falando De Amor", "No Cego", and "Dinheiro Em Penca". CD
(Part of the excellent Serie 100 Anos De Musica!)
Also available Miucha & Tom Jobim (1979) ... CD 8.99

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New Chico Buarque & Ennio MorriconePer Un Pugno Di Samba ... CD
RCA/BMG (Brazil), 1970. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An amazing record – one that stands as one of Chico Buarque's greatest from the 70s! The set was recorded in Italy in 1970 – and features Chico singing lead vocals over backings handled by Ennio Morricone – all in a style that's a perfect blend of MPB with the best elements of the Italian scene of the time! The songs are all originals written by Chico – and have a light and dreamy samba/bossa feel, one that's inflected by the off-beat orchestral style of Morricone, and supported by vocals from I Cantori Moderni. The feel is halfway between Chico's work on RGE and some of the dreamier Morricone soundtracks of the time – and it's a wonderful thing to have a strong male lead vocal over backings from Morricone – a really rare thing for the time, with results that are tremendous. Titles include "Rotativa", "Samba E Amore", "Nicanor", "Tu Sei Una Di Noi", "In Te", "Ed Ora Dico Sul Serio", and "Quete E Quelle". CD
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New Vinicius CantuariaCymbals ... CD
Koch, 2008. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sublime work from Vinicius Cantuaria – an album with a bit of bossa in the mix, but a bit more depth too – a sound that stretches out with a wonderful sense of feeling throughout! Cantuaria's vocals have just gotten better and better with age – not "old", but emotionally mature – in ways that carry a hell of a lot with just a little bit of effort – drenching each line of a tune with a personal sensibility that's really amazing. Backings are as simple as the vocals – but like the singing, they too have a sense of well-placed "rightness" that makes each tune sparkle anew – a magical combination of percussion, acoustic guitar, and some occasional violin or cello – all used in just the right ways to fit the mood of the tune. And even though Cantuaria's vocals are all in Portuguese, they still have a way of getting to us even though we can't understand the language – really pushing past the confines of language into some sweet sort of universal space. Titles include "Ominira", "Tua Cara", "Champs De Mars", "Voce E Eu", "Galope", "Voce Esta Sumindo", "Prantos", and "Chuva". CD
(BMG Direct pressing.)

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New Antonio Carlos JobimStone Flower ... CD
CTI, 1970. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of Antonio Carlos Jobim's greatest records – and a perfect blend of his subtle bossa genius with the moody electric sound of CTI! Jobim plays electric and acoustic piano, guitar, and sings a bit – and Deodato handled the arrangements with a breezy brilliance that matches all the magic of Jobim's wonderful compositions, but gives them a slightly more fluid feel too – in a way that's somewhat more sophisticated than the sound of Jobim's previous CTI outings – Tide and Wave. Other players on the album include Joe Farrell on soprano sax, Hubert Laws on flute, and Airto on percussion – and there's a great mix of Brazilian and American styles on the set – electric, sinister, breezy, and always wonderful! Includes the titles "Sabia", "God & The Devil In The Land Of The Sun", "Children's Games", "Stone Flower", "Brazil", "Tereza My Love", and "Choro". Plus, this CD reissue features an alternate take of the song "Brazil". CD
(BMG Direct pressing.)