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✨✧ Tania MariaReal Tania Maria: Wild! ... LP
Concord/Picante, 1985. Used ... Out Of Stock
Wild is hardly a word we'd use to describe Tania Maria – mostly because we love her smooth jazzy approach to Brazilian material, one that's been honed to a "T" by this point, but never dampened in enthusiasm and honesty. The set's a great one with a strong acoustic group – and titles include "Yatra Ta", "Vem Pra Roda", "2 AM", "Sangria", and the great track "Funky Tamborim". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Tania MariaVia Brasil Vol 2 ... LP
Barclay (France), 1975. Used ... Out Of Stock
Sublime work from our favorite time in Tania Maria's career – the time she spent in Paris, where she learned to weave her bossa jazz style with lightly breezy influences from European jazz! Fender Rhodes make up a bit part of the grooves here – as Tania plays both electric and acoustic piano side by side, often overdubbed in a groovy way that dances along with the jazzy rhythms laid down by Helio on Fender bass and Boto on drums and percussion. But perhaps the best thing of all is Tania's voice – deely soulful, yet always fluid and grooving – at a level that digs deeper than most other bossa singers of her generation, and which resonates beautifully with the deeper notes from her work on the keys! Titles include the funky "Transamazonica", plus "A Felicidade", "No Ano Que Vem", "Sem Compromisso", "Do A Flor", "Teimosa", "Biero Do Mar", and "Cancao Do Sal". LP, Vinyl record album
(Treasure Trove reissue pressing from the late 90s, but long out of print!)
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Bonzo Dog Doo Dah BandGorilla ... LP
Imperial, 1967. Very Good ... $9.99
The insane debut of the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band – an amazing late 60s Brit ensemble who were almost to music what Monty Python were to TV! This first effort by the group is a mad array of sounds and styles that come together with a great sense of play and joy – a real delight in quick turns, witty phrases, and parodic re-castings of earlier modes – inspired by dada work of the early 20th century, but also handled with a lot more of a post-modern feel overall. Most tracks are short, and many echo earlier music styles, filtered through a slightly psyche filter – and titles include "Death Cab For Cutie", "In San Francisco", "Jollity Farm", "Equestrian Statue", "Cool Brittania", "I'm Bored", "Piggy Bank Love", "Big Shot", "Mickey's Son & Daughter", and "The Sound Of Music". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear & a few small stains.)

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