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Milton Banana TrioLinha De Passe ... LP
RCA (Brazil), 1984. Very Good ... $9.99
A bit later vintage than some of Milton's 60s bossa work, but one of his nicest albums from the 80s – and filled with great little jazzy tracks that are tighter than some of his other albums from the time! The group's a trio, and the tracks include many nice ones by some of the better MPB composers of the 70s. Titles include "Serrado" by Djavan, "Sampa" by Caetano Veloso, "Linha De Passe" by Joao Bosco, "Meu Giri" by Chico Buarque, and "Velas Icadas" by Ivan Lins. Nice – and hard to find! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear.)
 
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✨✧ Milton BananaAo Meu Amigo Chico ... LP
RCA (Brazil), 1975. Very Good+ ... $24.99
Joao Gilberto's favorite drummer leads his bossa trio in this great tribute to Chico Buarque. The album features 14 tracks, most of which blend together a few Buarque compositions into short groovy bossa cuts, with Milton's usual sharp jazzy drumming backing them up. Cuts include "Gente Humilde", "Ate O Fim", "Vai levando", "Pivete", "Ate Seguna Feira", "A Banda", and "Roda Viva". Nice cover too, with Milton on the front, raising a beer in a toast to Chico, who is sitting on the back cover, clearly in a different space! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear.)

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✨✧ Kunihiko SuganoOpa Brazil ... CD
Trio/Solid (Japan), 1978. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really groovy album from pianist Kunihiko Sugano – a set that has the leader working on Fender Rhodes, but often with a touch that has the sharpness of an acoustic piano – which is then underscored by some strong use of acoustic percussion as well! The album's definitely got the bossa flavor promised in the title – kind of a post-bossa version of the bossa jazz trio style of the 60s – a bit like the records that Tamba Trio and Milton Banana were cutting in the 70s, but maybe even better overall! The percussionists are all great – the album features five of them, all Brazilian – and they work alongside bassist Toni Botero and drummer Elis Siabo. Titles include "Samba Medley", "Mood Island", "UFO", "Midnight Sun Never Set", and "Diane". CD
 
 
 



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