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Anos 2000

CD (Item 581077) Microservice (Brazil), 2000s — Condition: New Copy
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A great collection of hard-to-find work from Milton Nascimento – compilation tracks, guest appearances, and special projects all recorded over the past decade or so – most of which are almost better than material from albums recorded under his own name! There's a number of wonderful duets on here – showing Milton's strong spirit of reaching out to a larger musical community – and a few solo numbers too – often surprising song choices that really show his skill as an interpreter. Titles include a duet on "Imagine" with Gilberto Gil, versions of "Caca A Raposa" and "Coisa No 8", and other cuts that include "Enfim SOS", "Angelus", "Sino Claro Sino", "Luar Do Sertao", "Circo Marimbondo", "I'd Have You Anytime", and "Discovery".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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