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Dom SalvadorMy Family (Mimha Familia) ... LP
Muse, 1976. Near Mint- ... $28.99
Dom Salvador recorded some killer jazz albums on the Brazilian scene of the 60s – and here, he makes a rare US appearance on a 70s smoker for Muse Records! The album's a wicked blend of Salvador's Brazilian roots with some more fluid American rhythms – maybe even a touch of Latin jazz in the mix – and in addition to strong piano work from Dom, the group also features sublime sounds from Justo Almario (of Roy Ayers fame) – who blows tenor, soprano sax, and flute! The lineup also features Portinho on drums, Dennis Irwin on bass, and Mike Pomier on percussion – and titles include "Going to Rio Claro", "Principo", "My Family", and "Passagem". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Seu Jorge & AlmazSeu Jorge & Almaz ... CD
Now Again, 2010. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Incredible music from Seu Jorge – and that's saying a lot, given how much we've loved all of his previous records! This time around, Jorge really knocks it out of the park – by stepping away from some of his tighter styles, and going for a looser, more organic approach that's totally great – forged strongly with the cool combo Almaz, which features members of Nacao Zumbi, and bassist Antonio Pinto – the guy behind the great music in City Of God! The result is a record that's completely fresh, new territory for Jorge – but a set that also still holds onto all the best charms of his previous records too – and given that he's always seemed poised for superstardom and global crossover, it's even more incredible that he's made such a rootsy record like this! The record's filled with cool covers – all given the Almaz twist – tunes by Kraftwerk, Roy Ayers, Michael Jackson, Jorge Ben, Tim Maia, and others – completely reworked, and tuned up with spare instrumentation that's mostly guitar, bass, and drums. Titles include "Everybody Loves The Sunshine", "The Model", "Cala Boca Menino", "Girl You Move Me", "Juizo Final", "Cirandar", "Tempo De Amor", and "Rock With You". CD
 
 
 



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