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Luiz Gonzaga Jr (Gonzaguinha)Coisa Mais Maior De Grande (Pessoa) ... LP
EMI (Brazil), 1981. Near Mint- Gatefold ... Just Sold Out!
A pretty ambitious album for Luiz Gonzaga Jr – one that in some way hits themes that are rootsier than other records, including bits of older and more famous tunes – but which also has some larger orchestrations by Joto Moraes, Cesar Camargo Mariano, and others, stringing together the shorter tunes into longer medley tracks. Titles include "Pai Grande", "Nada Sera Como Antes", "Fala Brasil", "Santa Maravilha", "Coisa Mais Maior De Grande", "Quando Se Chega", "Mergulho", "Eu Entrego A Deus", "Pacato Cicadao", and "A Fabrica De Sonhos". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing.)

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✨✧ VariousOs Maiores Sambas-Enredo De Todos Os Tempos ... LP
Philips (Brazil), 1971. Used ... Out Of Stock
A great album of samba tunes – with work by some surprising guests! The album's got a style that's both rootsy and more mainstream, depending on the track, and depending on the way the music is interpreted – and overall, the collection has a few numbers that really make it worth picking up. Elis Regina does a wonderful job on the tune "Tiradentes"; MPB4 bring a strong harmony approach to the track "Iaia Do Cais Dourado"; and Nara Leao sings "Nordeste Seu Povo Seu Canto E Sua Gloria" with some nice folksy touches. Other tracks include "Chica Da Silva" by Erasmo Carlos, "Oropa Franca E Bahia" by Trio Mocoto, and "Misticismo Da Africa Ao Brasil" by Erlon Chaves E Banda Veneno. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear and peeling.)

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✨✧ Joao Mello with Tamba TrioA Bossa Do Balanco (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Philips/Think (Japan), 1963. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An overlooked singer from 60s Brazil – working here with some great bossa backings from the Tamba Trio! The trio usually sing on their own early records, but they step aside on the vocal tip, and let Joao handle all the lyrics on the set – while they provide their own great instrumentation arranged by Luiz Eca, who's got a way of mixing melancholy moods with subtle bossa grooves! Joao Mello plays a bit of guitar alongside his vocals, and the record also features this haunting flute work from bassist Bebeto – whose lines really complete the moody feel of the record. Titles include "Jogado For a", "Um Sonho Para Dois", "Gostoso E Sambar", "Voce Vai", "Faz De Conta", "O Maior Nao", and "Amor E Paz". CD

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