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✨✧ Balanco TrioRitmo – Bossa – Balanco ... LP
Imperial (Brazil), 1965. Good ... $29.99
A nice nice bossa groover! This early release by the Balanco Trio was part of Imperial's "Percussonic Series" – and it's got the same hard-driving sound that you'd expect from one of Milton Banana's early albums! We don't know who the drummer in the trio is, but he's got a great touch on the kit that really keeps the tracks grooving at a nice pace. Titles include "Telefone", "Aleluia", "Garota Moderna", "Vivo Sonhando", "Nuvem", and "Balanco Zona Sul". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing, with the plastic outer sleeve.)
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Dolores Duran & Tito MadiHistoria Da Musica Popular Brasileira (with booklet) ... LP
Abril Cultural (Brazil), Late 70s. Sealed Gatefold ... $11.99
Features music by both of these Brazilian songwriters, performed by themselves and other artists. Inlcudes Duran's songs "Pela Rua" by Marisa Gata Mansa, "Castigo" by Roberto Luna, "Estrada Do Sol" by Gal Costa, and "A Noited Do Meu Bem" and "Fim De Caso" by Duran herself – and Tito Madi songs "Chove La Fora" by Milton Nascimento & Som Imaginario, "Nao Diga Nao" by Nora Ney, "Cansei De Ilusoes" by Maria Bethania, and "Balanco Zona Sul" and "Sonho E Saudade" by Madi himself. Comes with a nice booklet of notes, too! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Dom SalvadorSalvador Trio (Tristeza) (1966) ... LP
Mocambo/Whatmusic (UK), 1966. Near Mint- (reissue)... $14.99
Classic trio material from one of Brazil's greatest pianists ever! Dom Salvador was a heck of a player back in the 60s – working in a tight trio format that was certainly part of the bossa combo sound of his day, yet also heavily influenced by American soul jazz artists of the same era. Here, he's working in an early trio with Edison Machado on drums – switching effortlessly between piano and organ as the rhythm section spins out lush, lyrical lines with more than a bit of soul in the mix. Many of the tracks on the album are quite obscure, making for a fresh little set that goes way past the usual piano trio side from 60s Brazil! Titles include "Indio Perdido", "Samborio", "Um Sonho Azul", "Balanco Do Mar Onda Quebrando", "Fred's Ahead", "Sonho De Carnaval", "Iluminando O Vazio", "A Cancao Do Amor Que Nasceu", and "Eu Compro Essa Mulher". LP, Vinyl record album
(Whatmusic pressing.)

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