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Copacabana Municipal OrchestraCarnival In Rio 1965 ... LP
Kapp, 1965. Very Good ... $0.99
Not much of a "brand name" artist, but a pretty sweet set of 60s samba material – lots of percussion and voices, and a bit more edge than you might expect! LP, Vinyl record album
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Isabel ParraCantos De Violeta ... LP
Copacabana (Brazil), 1976. Near Mint- ... $9.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small stain on front.)

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Caco VelhoVida Noturna Vol 1 ... LP
Copacabana (Brazil), Late 50s. Very Good ... $39.99
Jazzy samba work from pre-bossa Brazil – served up here with vocals by Caco Velho, and backing from his cool combo on piano, guitar, percussion, and accordion! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has one slightly bumped corner. Vinyl has a few light crackles, but is nice overall.)
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Chico Buarque, Ney Matogrosso, Gal Costa, & OthersMalandro ... LP
Barclay (Brazil), 1985. Near Mint- ... $14.99
The soundtrack for the film version of Chico Buarque's famous opera Malandro – and quite possibly the best recording of the music we've heard! The style here really benefits from the tighter studio production of the film – and the tunes are put together with strong arrangements that have a bit more force than some of the live recordings of the music we've heard, but in a way that still also allows for plenty of up-close intimacy in the vocals. All performances here are great, and really bring a lot out of the tunes – and Gal Costa sings "O Ultimo Blues", Paulinho Da Viola sings "Aquela Mulher", Zizi Possi sings "Sentimental", Bebel Gilberto sings "Rio 42", Elba Ramhalo sings "Palavra De Mulher", Os Muchachos sing "Tango Do Covil", Ney Matogrosso sings "Las Muchachos De Copacabana", and Chico Buarque sings "A Volta Do Malandro". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the heavy inner sleeve.)

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