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Edu Lobo & OthersA Musica De Edu Lobo ... LP
Fontana (Brazil), 1960s/Early 70s. Very Good+ ... $24.99
A great collection that features some of Edu's best compositions – played mostly by other performers, but also featuring himself in duet format on a few tracks! Highlights include "Pra Dizer Adeus" with Maria Bethania, "Candeias" by Gal Costa, "Upa Neguinho by Elis Regina, "Cancao De Amanhecer" by Edu Lobo, "Canto Triste" by Marcia, "Canudos" by Quarteto Em Cy and "No Cordao De Saideira" by MPB 4. LP, Vinyl record album
(Late 70s pressing. Cover seam is slightly unglued, but fine overall.)

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✨✧ Edu Lobo & Tom JobimEdu & Tom ... LP
Philips (Brazil), 1981. Near Mint- ... $24.99
An incredible later meeting by two of the most sophisticated musical talents of the bossa generation – and a record that's done in the same intimate, spare setting as Jobim's meeting with Elis Regina a few years before! Production is by bossa legend Aloysio De Oliveira – and the sound is relatively clean and simple – often just a bit of piano, guitar, and percussion behind the up-close and personal vocals of the tunes. Lobo & Jobim sing together on most of the record – in a double-voiced style that's almost a bit like that used on Jobim's incredible Matita Pere record from the 70s. Edu sings solo on "Chovendo Na Roseira", Tom sings solo on "Angela" – and the pair duet on the tracks "Canto Triste", "Vento Bravo", "Moto Continuo", "Pra Dizer Adeus", "Ai Quem Me Dera", and "Luiza". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original Brazilian pressing! Includes the original insert with lyrics. Cover has a small import sticker.)

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✨✧ Edu Lobo/Romero Lubambo/Mauro SeniseDos Navegantes ... CD
Biscoito Fino (Brazil), 2017. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Beautiful sounds throughout – and exactly the kind of record that shows why the right sort of Brazilian music can be so different than anything else on this planet – not really jazz, not really folk, nor straightforward pop – but the kind of special sounds that define a genre unto themselves! The record's a warmly collaborative effort from the trio of Romero Lubambo on guitar, Mauro Senise on saxes and flute, and the great Edu Lobo on voice and compositions – songs pulled from his decades-long contribution to Brazilian music, given a very special, very personal performance by the group! Lobo always had a way of balancing up-close performance with loftier arrangements – and here, that latter side of his music is pulled away, to bring the singer even more strongly into the limelight – as he gets very warm accompaniment from both of the other lead players. The set also features some guest work from Cristovao Bastos on piano, Bruno Aguilar on bass, and Mingo Araujo on percussion – and titles include "Toada", "A Morte De Zambi", "Gingado Dobrado", "Considerando", "Dos Navegantes", and "O Circo Mistico". CD

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Mauro SeniseCasa Forte – Mauro Senise Toca Edu Lobo ... CD
Biscoito Fino (Brazil), 2006. Used ... $11.99
Beautiful jazz-based versions of the work of Edu Lobo – a wonderful revival of his classic tunes from the 60s and 70s, served up here in as small combo instrumentals! Saxophonist Mauro Senise is at the lead of the group – but arrangements are also by pianist Gilson Peranzzetta, who's efforts on the record really help it sparkle – and give it a sense of grace and majesty that rally matches the original intent of the tunes! Senise switches between alto, flute, and piccolo for the record – and most numbers are handled by a shifting array of small group players – with some especially nice rhythm from Paulo Russo on bass and Ivan Conti on drums. Titles include "Valsa Carioca", "Casa Forte", "Arpoador", "Vento Bravo", "Pra Dizer Adeus", "Ponteio", and "Choro Bandido". CD
(Out of print.)
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Leny AndradeAlvoroco ... CD
Odeon/Joia Moderna (Brazil), 1973. New Copy ... $18.99
One of the coolest albums ever from Brazilian singer Leny Andrae – a set that takes her way past the usual jazz and bossa of other records, into territory that's completely sublime! The record features arrangements from some of the most sophisticated talents of the early 70s scene in Brazil – Arthur Verocai, Wagner Tiso, and Francis Hime – all artists who take Leny's amazing voice into territory that's spacious and majestic, but which still manages to groove – with that special sort of balance you'll find in Verocai's legendary album from the same period, and maybe on EMI/Odeon material by artists like Marcos Valle or Edu Lobo. Maestro Gaya handles the orchestra – bringing the same incredible skill to the record he brings to other Odeon sessions – and titles include "Postal", "Alvoroco", "Moto 1", "Bolero", "Pingos De Sol", "O Lobo Na Estepe", and "Nao Adianta". CD

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Waltel BrancoAssim Na Terra Como No Ceu ... CD
Som Livre/Mr Bongo (UK), 1972. New Copy ... $10.99 11.98
Some of the grooviest work ever cut by Brazilian trombonist Waltel Branco – a set that's very different than just about anything he ever put on record, and which is also material used in an early 70s TV series as well! The sound here is kind of a criss-cross between some of the cool Brazilian arranging styles of the time – the sorts of backings you'd hear on records by folks like Marcos Valle or Edu Lobo – mixed with some of the groovier European soundtrack modes of the period – especially Italy and France, and the great way those scenes really messed with production and instrumental styles. There's more than a few funky cuts here – making the album a real treasure in Branco's catalog – and almost all tracks are instrumental – but the set does feature one vocal number, "Frustracao", sung by Arlete Salles. Other titles include "I Giorni Dell'Ira", "200 MPH", "Bandinha", "Diana", "Tema De Ricardinho", "Tema De Abertura", "Efeito", "Back Ground", and "Zorro". CD

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✨✧ Chico Buarque & OthersChico Buarque Songbook Vol 1 ... CD
Lumiar (Brazil), 1999. Used ... $9.99
An amazing tribute to the great work of Chico Buarque! Chico's an artist who's had by far the most wide-ranging effect of any of Brazil's MPB giants – and his rich history of songwriting spans the bossa years, through the Tropicalia era, right up into the modern age. This whopping 8 volume series in Lumiar's Songbook pays an incredible tribute to Chico's rich volumes of work – and it features some of Brazil's greatest artists interpreting his songs. Unlike other Lumiar volumes in this style, Chico doesn't seem to appear on all the discs – and instead the focus is mostly on his work as a writer. This first volume includes the tracks "Olhos Nos Olhos" by Nana Caymmi, "Apesar De Voce" by Beth Caravalho, "Joana Francesa" by Miucha, "Leve" by Carol Saboya e O Trio, "Basta Um Dia" by Ze Renaldo e Jaques Morelenbaum, "Assentamento" by Edu Lobo, and "Morro Dois Irmaos" by MPB-4. 14 tracks in all! CD
(Out of print.)

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Erasmo CarlosErasmo Carlos & Os Tremendoes ... CD
RGE/Light In The Attic, 1970. New Copy ... $13.99 15.98
A seminal set from Erasmo Carlos – a record that has him stepping past the simpler rock modes of his youth, and really embracing some of the great changes going on in Brazilian music at the start of the 70s! These changes aren't just the expected psych modes, but also some of the more lofty, complicated arrangements used by artists like Marcos Valle or Edu Lobo – a mode that comes through beautifully here and sets up Erasmo's vocals with these incredible backings that really make him sound fantastic – a bit funky here, a bit groovy there – and sometimes with this more cerebral sound that none of his listeners would have expected a few records back. Titles include "Estou Dez Anos Atrasado", "Jeep", "Teletema", "Sentado A Beira Do Caminho", "Coqueiro Verde", "A Bronca Da Galinha", "Menina", and "Saudosismo". Great reissue, too – with detailed notes – and song translations in English! CD
Also available Erasmo Carlos & Os Tremendoes (180 gram pressing) ... LP 19.99

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✨✧ Erasmo CarlosErasmo Carlos & Os Tremendoes (180 gram pressing) ... LP
RGE/Light In The Attic, 1970. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $19.99 23.98
A seminal set from Erasmo Carlos – a record that has him stepping past the simpler rock modes of his youth, and really embracing some of the great changes going on in Brazilian music at the start of the 70s! These changes aren't just the expected psych modes, but also some of the more lofty, complicated arrangements used by artists like Marcos Valle or Edu Lobo – a mode that comes through beautifully here and sets up Erasmo's vocals with these incredible backings that really make him sound fantastic – a bit funky here, a bit groovy there – and sometimes with this more cerebral sound that none of his listeners would have expected a few records back. Titles include "Estou Dez Anos Atrasado", "Jeep", "Teletema", "Sentado A Beira Do Caminho", "Coqueiro Verde", "A Bronca Da Galinha", "Menina", and "Saudosismo". Great reissue, too – with detailed notes – and song translations in English! LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Erasmo Carlos & Os Tremendoes ... CD 13.99

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Gianni Cazzola TrioAbstraction ... LP
Schema/Rearward (Italy), 1969. New Copy ... $19.99
One of the more obscure reissues to come out on the great Rearward imprint – but an excellent lost session of piano jazz, recorded in Milan in 1969! Pianist Oscar Rocchi has a sweet soulful approach to the piano, with a tone that's almost slightly funky at times – partly in reflection to the strong bass work by Cornelio Dattoli, and tight drumming by Gianni Cazzola. The record almost reminds us of some of the excellent 70s Japanese trio recordings by American pianists – and the whole set has a nice warm quality that you wouldn't expect from a record titled Abstraction! Includes a version of Edu Lobo's "Cancao Do Amanhecer", plus "FBM Blues", "Moment Of Joy", "Ivory Isle", and "Remember Coltrane". LP, Vinyl record album

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Lindolpho Gaya & Rogerio DupratOs Maestros Premiados ... CD
Philips (Japan), 1968. New Copy ... $18.99
An amazing split album – one that features instrumental work by 2 of our favorite arrangers ever! Both Gaya and Rogerio Duprat were key forces in the sound of Brazil at the end of the 60s – Gaya for his soaring, leaping, often-funky arrangements for EMI/Odeon during the Blue Brazil generation – and Duprat for his playfully modern and inventive backings for some of the most important Tropicalia albums of the era! Gaya's presented here on side one of the record – working in a full set of orchestrations that's almost a bit more lush than his regular work, although still grooving with a fair bit of rhythms – a bit different than his Odeon tunes, but still plenty nice. Duprat's side is our favorite, though – and it's a great showcase of the way he was working out modern ideas in more conventional settings before his work with the bigger singers of MPB – as the setting's a bit more standard, but still really wonderful – somewhere between the work of Edu Lobo on large orchestrations, and the harder-grooving moments of Luis Arruda Paes. Gaya tunes include "Carolina", "O Sim Pelo Nao", "Travessia", "Sao Os Do Norte Que Vem", and "Margarida". Duprat tunes include "Alegria Alegria", "Roda Viva", "Gabriela", "Domingo No Parque", "Maria Carnaval E Cinzas", and a wonderful version of "Ponteio". CD

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Woody HermanLight My Fire ... LP
Cadet, 1968. Very Good+ ... $3.99
A masterpiece – one of 2 crazy albums in which Woody Herman's late band meets the Cadet arrangements of Richard Evans. You might think the combination wouldn't work – Woody's big band flourishes meeting up with Evans' compressed soulful grooves – but gosh, the record is simply incredible, and it's one that we'd never part with in a million billion years! Worth it alone for the version of Edu Lobo's "Pontieo", but there's lots of other nice stuff – like "I Say A Little Prayer", "Hush", "Keep On Keepin On", and "Light My Fire". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch, light wear, and a name in marker.)

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Jose MauroObnoxius ... CD
Quartin/Far Out (UK), 1970. New Copy ... $12.99
An incredible treasure of Brazilian music – the only album we've ever seen from Jose Mauro, and one of the few records ever issued on the legendary Quartin label! There's a soaring brilliance here that easily matches the best early 70s work from Milton Nascimento and Edu Lobo – with perhaps some of the more complicated styles that Marcos Valle was also bringing to his music at the time too – all wrapped up with just the right mix of full orchestrations, acoustic guitar, and lead vocals from Jose. Production is amazing – possibly one of the best studio efforts ever from Roberto Quartin – and although issued on a tiny label, the record stands head and shoulders with the giants of MPB in the early 70s. Titles include "Obnoxius", "Memoria", "Ponto De Chamada", "Talisma", "Apocalipse", "Ancoradouro", "As Aventuras Sentimentais De Espiroqueta Camargo", and "Tarde De Nupcias". CD

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PiriVoces Querem Mate? ... CD
Quartin/Far Out (Brazil), 1970. New Copy ... $12.99
An incredible record from the legendary Quarin label – and a set that, like most of the releases from that imprint, has a sound that's years ahead of its time! Piri's a guitarist, and works here with an instrumental combo who support his soaring, scatting vocals – in a mode that's maybe in the same blend of roots, jazz, and larger ideas as the most creative late 60s moments by Quarteto Novo, Marcos Valle, or Edu Lobo – a completely rich reworking of previous musical ideas into a fantastic new tapestry of sound – one that still has an honest, earthy appeal – even while the sound is soaring to the skies! Piri sings, with help from singer Tita – but mostly in a non-verbal way – alongside his own guitar, and flutes from Paulinho Jobim and Danilo Caymmi, piano from Geraldinho Carneiro, bass from Jorge Marinho, and drums from Wilson Das Neves. The whole album's wonderful – and titles include "Reza Brava", "Chao Vermelho", "Espiral", "Lagrimas", "Porta Do Sol", "Voces Querem Mte", and "O Som Do Roberto". CD

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✨✧ Elis Regina & Zimbo TrioO Fino Do Fino ... LP
Philips (Brazil), 1965. Near Mint- ... $34.99
The legendary Zimbo Trio backs up Elis Regina in this early set of bossa tracks recorded in 1965. Elis is young, but her voice has already hit the depth of feeling that would mark her as one of the best jazz vocalists in Brazil. Tracks include versions of Edu Lobo's "Cheganca", "Zambi", and "Cancao Do Amanhecer", plus "Samba Novo", "Chuva", and a great reading of "Aruanda", with hard bossa lines throughout! LP, Vinyl record album
(80s pressing.)

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Wanda de SahSoftly ... CD
Capitol/Universal (Japan), 1965. New Copy ... $13.99
A lost bossa classic from Wanda De Sah – aka Wanda Sa, the wife of Edu Lobo, and a singer who worked with Sergio Mendes in his pre-Brasil 66 days! The album's got a wonderfully laidback feel – languid, yet jazzy, with the feel of some of Astrud Gilberto's best work on Verve, yet with vocals that are possibly better – thanks to Wanda's pedigree in Brazilian pop. Recordings were done in California, not Rio – and arrangements are handled by the great Jack Marshall – who's got a strong ear for keeping things interesting with a mix of strings, Latin rhythms, and Capitol pop shadings. Titles include "Aqua De Beber", "Ho Ba La La", "Sweet Happy Life", "The Dreamer", and a great version of "Aruanda". CD

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Mauro Senise & Romero LubamboTodo Sentimento ... CD
Canal (Brazil), 2016. New Copy ... $18.99
Jazzy duets between guitarist Romero Lubambo and saxophonist Mauro Senise – but served up with a lot of rich currents from Brazilian music too! Senise is a reedman with a great amount of dexterity – able to solo effortlessly, but also able to slide into more familiar songforms too – with currents of samba and choro that give the album a shade of tradition, while still allowing for very personal interplay between the two musicians. Some cuts feature just guitar and flute, or guitar and alto – while others add in a bit of bass and percussion – plus vocals from Edu Lobo on two titles, and vibes from Jota Moraes on one more. Titles include "Linda Flor", "Dona Teca Ganhou Asas", "Todo O Sentimento", "So Me Fez Bem", "Saudade Do Rio", "Da Cor Do Pecado", "Chora Baiao", and "Lukinha". CD

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ToquinhoQue Maravilha 1966 to 1974 (A Bossa Do Toquinho/Toquinho/Botequim/Boca Da Noite) (4CD set) ... CD
RGE/Discobertas (Brazil), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 4CD ... $49.99
Four early albums by Toquinho – packaged together here in a single set, and with two bonus tracks too! First up is A Bossa Do Toquinho, from 1966 – an honest to goodness actual bossa nova session from Toquinho – one that's recorded during the 60s, and not one of his bossa-revival styled sets from later years! The Toquinho here is a bit more tender and tentative than in later years – playing acoustic guitar in a setting that evokes the work of Baden Powell or Luiz Bonfa, but with a close-up style that's even more intimate and personal – even at moments when the instrumentation is slightly expanded by organ, flute, or other instrumentation. There's a great sense of melancholy running through the record – almost like Baden Powell on his best European sessions – and although spare, the record has a tremendous sense of power, one that we don't always hear in Toquinho's later work. Titles include "Ole Ola", "Da Me", "Allemande", "Antes E Depois", "Canto De Ossanha", "Zambi", "Valsa De Euridice", and "Triste Amor Que Vai Morrer". 1970's Toquinho is an album done before his famous collaborations with Vincius De Moraes, and with a very different groove! The record features guest appearances by Jorge Ben on two tracks – and much of the record seems to have Toquinho absorbing a bit of Ben's spirit – using lively samba rhythms on some of the best tracks, which creates a groove that's really unexpected – and which makes the album a real standout in his catalog! Toquinho's guitar work is wonderful in the setting – maybe even more compelling in its deftness, and no less full of feeling – and titles include a killer reading of "Que Maravilha", done with Jorge Ben, who also guests on "Carolina Carol Bela" – and other titles include a version of "Bachianinha No 1" with Paulinho Nogueira; a great cover of Ben's "Zana"; and the tracks "Evocacao A Jacob", "Chuva Na Praia De Juqui", "Evocacao De Jacob", "De Ontem Pra Hoje", and "Na Agua Negra Da Lagoa". Botequim is one of the most compelling albums from the early years of Toquinho – a set that was done in collaboration with Gianfrancesco Guarnieri, who co-wrote the songs – in a mode that's much more soaring and spacious than some of Toquinho's other work! Female vocalist Marlene sings lead on about half the tracks, with Toquinho on the others – and there's an ambitious vibe to the album that's almost in territory of Edu Lobo, especially given the brightness of the arrangements. Titles include "Dane Se", "Quem Sabe Mais", "Cancao Do Medo", "Esperando Por Voce", "Quanto Vale Uma Crianca", "Embolada No Carrapato", and "Boboeu Nao Vai Entender". Boca Da Noite is a fantastic album from Toquinho – one of the best that he cut during the 70s! This album's got a much more stripped-down sound than others – with a soulful mix of vocals and spare acoustic guitar that sounds somewhere between the early 70s work of Baden Powell and Terry Callier – and which is way different than the bossa revival work Toquinho cut with Vinicius De Moraes! There's some larger arrangements lurking at the back of most tracks – but these are kept clean, and relatively spare – so that the strongest focus is on Toquinho's voice and guitar. Titles include a sparkling remake of "Asa Branca", done with a spare style that still retains the grandiose quality of the song – plus "Sem Enredo", "Boca Da Noite", "1969, Aeroporto Do Galeo", "Noite Longa", and "Lembrando Josh White". Set also features 2 bonus tracks – "Primavera" and "So Tinha De Ser Com Voce/Vivo Sonhando". CD

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Marcos ValleEssential Marcos Valle Vol 2 ... LP
Mr Bongo (UK), 1970s. Very Good+ ... $18.99
Amazing! One of our favorite records of all time! We totally love the work of Marcos Valle – and we can honestly say that he's probably our favorite Brazilian artist ever. Valle had an incredible musical vision, and he was one of those rare Brazilian talents – like Edu Lobo or Egberto Gismonti – who would forever change the face of music with his unique concepts. This set includes some of Valle's best-ever work – much of it long out of print and never properly reissued before. The groove begins with bossa nova, moves into baroque pop, jazzy funk, and incredibly complex MPB. Titles include "Tanto Andei", "Wanda Vidal", "Batucada Sergiu", "Azimuth", "Deus Brasileiro", "A Morte De Um Deus De Sal", "Garra", "Previsao Do Tempo", and "Taio Branco Forte". LP, Vinyl record album

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Arthur VerocaiEncore ... CD
Far Out (UK), 2007. New Copy ... $12.99
Tremendous new work from Arthur Verocai – the Brazilian legend who's best remembered for his sublime self-titled album from the 70s, but who sounds equally great on this contemporary release! The record has a really classic feel overall – warm, soulful, and filled with plenty of jazzy touches – the best of which are brought to the record by Azymuth, who help Verocai out on about half the album's tracks! But even without their assistance, the whole thing's still plenty darn great – a brilliant batch of original tunes that have a bubbling, mellow sort of majesty – a bit like Marcos Valle or Edu Lobo's best music of the early 70s, and with a similar sort of sophistication as well. Verocai plays acoustic and electric guitar, and vocals are by a variety of guest singers who really get the spirit of the album nicely (including Ivan Lins on one track.) Titles include "Tupa Tupi", "Sucuri", "Abertura", "Bis", "Amor Na Contra Mao", "Caminho Da Roca", "Tudo De Bom", and "Dona Das Meninas". CD

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VariousShow Direitos Humanos No Banquete Dos Mendigos (3CD set) ... CD
Discobertas (Brazil), 1973. Used 3CD ... $39.99
One of those magical moments in Brazilian music – an all-star concert that brings together some of the most compelling talents of the time, all in performances that are a great change from their studio material! This special show – put together by Jards Macale in 1973 – rivals some of the better-preserved Festival performances of the late 60s, which led to the growth of Tropicalia and the shift in Brazilian music after the bossa years. The music here is every bit as important – almost a re-grounding in Brazil, after some troubled years – and the 3CD set is brought back from the original master tapes recorded by Macale in 1973, with a few songs apiece by artists who include Milton Nascimento, Gal Costa, Paulinho Da Viola, Edu Lobo, Jorge Mautner, Luiz Gonzaga Jr, Johnny Alf, Chico Buarque, Raul Seixas, Luiz Melodia, Pedro Dos Santos, and even Macale himself! 44 tracks in all – and a great document of this moment! CD
(Out of print. Includes slipcase.)

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✨✧ Ary BarrosoAry Barroso Songbook Vol 2 ... CD
Lumiar (Brazil), 1994. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Volume 2 of Lumiar's tribute to one of the greatest songwriters in Brazil's history, and another 15 tracks performed by some of the greatest talents of Brazilian song. Included are the tracks "Aquarela Do Brasil" by Tim Maia, "Brasil Moreno" by Os Cariocas, "Rancho Das Namoradas" by Carlos Lyra, "Ocultei" by Emilio Santiago, "Rio De Janeiro" by Joao Bosco, "Pra Machucar Meu Coracao" by Edu Lobo & Tom Jobim, "Morena Boca De Ouro" by Leny Andrade, and lots more! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Jorge BenNegro E Lindo (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Philips/Polysom (Brazil), 1971. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A seminal set from Jorge Ben – one that mixes samba soul with more baroque arrangements from the legendary Arthur Verocai! The record's got a different feel than some of Jorge's other work – almost a wider vision of music that ties his usual funky style to some of the more ambitious modes being explored by Marcos Valle and Edu Lobo at the time – expressed here in some larger instrumental passages that shade the tunes lightly, while still letting Jorge step out strongly on vocals and the usual mix of tight percussion and raspy guitar. Titles include "Que Maravilha", "Rita Jeep", "Comanche", "Porque E Proibido Pisa Na Grama", "Cassius Marcelo Clay", "Palomaris", "Maria Domingas", and "Negro E Lindo". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Paul DesmondFrom The Hot Afternoon ... LP
A&M/CTI, 1969. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Incredible stuff – and a record that grows more and more important to us over the years! Desmond's best known as the icy alto behind Dave Brubeck's big records of the 50s, but by this point in his career, he'd developed a keen interest in Brazilian music – and was working at a level that was far more sophisticated than most other American jazzmen interested in Brazil. This incredible record features him working with the arrangements of Don Sebesky, and the Brazilian instrumentation of Edu Lobo, Airto, and Dorio Ferreira. The set's comprised almost entirely of tracks by Lobo and a young Milton Nasimento – and titles include "Faithful Brother", "From The Hot Afternoon", "Crystal Illusions", "October", "Catavento", and "Gira Girou" – all done in these amazing breezy versions that sound like nothing else we can think of! LP, Vinyl record album
(Matte cover pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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