A rare later session from Brazilian songwriter Joao De Barro – composer of Carnaval classics in earlier years, here performing some of his greatest hits himself! The session's got a traditional samba groove overall, and Joao's aged vocals make for a warmth that really brings a new spirit to ... read moreCD
Gently sophisticated work from Chico Buarque – a set of beautifully intimate tunes, recorded with a a care that's really great for the music! The backings are somewhat large, but quite spacious too – opened up in ways that allow for plenty of space for the vocals – sung by Chico ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Chico Buarque —
Duetos ... CD BMG (Brazil), 1980s/1990s. Used ...
A collection of duets recorded by Chico Buarque during the 80s and 90s – warm extensions of musical friendship by one of Brazil's greatest singers of the past 40 years. Chico's always been supportive of singers in many generations – from the older artists who inspired him in the 60s, ... read moreCD
Beth Carvalho was one of the leading lights of the new samba generation of the 70s – and this great little album is a good illustration of the lady at her best! Beth can hit a lively groove with the best of them, but also bring a bit more expression to her voice as well – sometimes ... read moreCD
The debut album from samba songwriter Noca Da Portela – featuring an assortment of new tunes for the session, plus older familiar numbers recorded by other artists. Noca's got a light and personal style of singing, which really comes across nicely – and titles include "Vem", ... read moreCD
30s and 40s recordings by Brazilian singer Moreira Da Silva – a legendary talent who recorded for most of the 20th Century! There's a total of 12 tracks in all – and titles include "Amigo Urso", "Com Acucar", "Doutor Em Futebol", "Assim Termina Um ... read moreCD
(Part of the excellent Serie 100 Anos De Musica! Out of print.)
Nelson Goncalves & Raphael Rabello —
Ao Vivo ... CD BMG (Brazil), 2002. Used ...
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Classic instrumental choros from 40s Brazil – originally issued as 78rpm singles, but gathered here with better fidelity for a 1966 RCA album. The work is a key glimpse of the choro style at its best – and features flute work by Benedicto Lacerda, plus great saxophone from the ... read moreCD
28 songs from Silvio Caldas, Elisa Coelho, Carmen Miranda, Ciro Monteiro, Linda Batista, Gal Costa, Paulinho Da Viola, Joao Bosco, Fagner, Maria Creuza, Chico Buarque, Novos Baianos, Dominguinhos & more. CD