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Farofa Carioca with Seu JorgeMoro No Brasil ... CD
Universal (Brazil), 1998. Used ... $11.99
Early work from Seu Jorge – heard here with the group Farfoca Carioca, but still in a style that's got the same soulful samba touches of his own work! The sound is a bit more upbeat here – vocals that are often sung by the whole group at once, even though Jorge gets plenty of solo moments – and the instrumentation is live and funk-based, but with plenty of jazzy flourishes on the horns, and a fair bit of Brazilian percussion too. And while the record maybe doesn't pack a punch that's as hard as some of Seu Jorge's best work, it's still plenty darn great on its own – a rare example of a set like this coming from Brazil at the time, and a real precursor for grown to come – not only in Jorge's music, but in Brazilian grooves in general! Titles include "Bebel", "Sao Gonca", "Moro No Brasil", "Jacare", "Indio", "Rabisca Robson", and "Menino Da Central". CD
(Out of print.)
 
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Robertinho BrantFilme Imaginario ... CD
Sonhos & Sons (Brazil), 2007. Used ... $4.99
The first album in many years from Robertinho Brant – and a really evocative little set, one that more than lives up to its title! There's definitely a soundtrack sort of quality to the tunes, even though most of them are vocal numbers – and they work like little snapshots of life, put together in a way that's got some of the same lightly poetic touches of the Minas Geraes generation – echoes of the work of Milton Nascimento and Lo Borges, with possibly a touch of Edu Lobo in the arranging style as well. Backings often mix a bit of electric and acoustic instrumentation, yet never in ways that are too slick or overproduced – and Brant's breathy presentation of the lyrics really fits the mood of the set. Titles include "Da Mesma Estrela", "Sinal De Paz", "Noite Azul", "Una Mujer", "Luz Da Manha", "Os Sonhadores", and "Pobre Planeta", which features Seu Jorge. CD
(Out of print.)

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Bebel GilbertoTudo ... CD
Portrait, 2014. Used ... $8.99
Bebel Gilberto's really grown a lot over the years – and here, she emerges strongly as a fully-formed artist with a voice that's all her own – and a style that doesn't need to rest on the laurels of her famous family legacy! The album's easily one of the most interesting we've ever heard from Bebel – and it's got this slight spiritual undercurrent that's a real change from just bossa modes – a richer, deeper sound that almost shows echoes of some of the more compelling jazz talents in recent years, yet while still balancing out just the right sort of lovely sound for the vocals! Bass is more pronounced than before – often acoustic, but with a rollingly deep quality – on performances by both Kassin and Liminha – and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson brings in some sweet strings at points, but in a very gentle, subtle way. Seu Jorge joins Bebel on the track "Novas Ideais" – and other titles include "Tout Est Bleu", "Tom De Voz", "Nada Nao", "Somwhere Else", "Lonely In My Heart", "Areia", and "Saudade Vem Correndo". CD
(Out of print, small cutout hole through case.)

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JesutonHome ... CD
Som Livre (Brazil), 2017. Used ... $1.99
"Don't Think So" features Seu Jorge. CD

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Paula LimaSinceramente ... CD
Indie (Brazil), 2006. Used ... $9.99
A wonderfully soulful set from Brazilian singer Paula Lima – one that's even tighter and more focused than her previous efforts, but not in a way that's too commercial or slick! There's a gentle blend of samba, soul, and funk going on in most tracks – with instrumentation that's warm, and sometimes a bit jazzy – but a presentation that's relaxed even when things are professional, a really rare blend not just in Brazilian soul, but American as well! Tracks include material written by contemporaries who include Seu Jorge, Ana Carolina, and Mart'nalia – and titles include "Let's Go", "Eu Ja Notei", "Negras Perucas", "Tirou Onda", "Como Diz O Ditado", "Novos Alvos", "Ja Pedi Pra Voce Parar", and "Cuidar De Mim". CD
(Out of print.)

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Marcelo D2A Arte Do Barulho ... CD
EMI (Brazil), 2008. Used ... $11.99
Marcelo D2's still looking for the perfect beat, but this time around he's got some great help in his search – a list of heavy duty guests that includes Seu Jorge, Miriam Aydar, Medaphor, Roberto Sa, and Marcos Valle – each of whom get a chance to add strongly to a track on the album! As before, the style's a Brazilian variant of hip hop – heavy beats on the bottom, crisp production throughout, and a fair bit of Portuguese rhymes on the top inflected in ways that are quite different than those on American hip hop. There's a fair bit of warm Brazilian elements in the mix too – percussion and melodies you'd never here up here on a record like this – and although lots have copied Marcelo's approach in recent years, he's still one of the best! Other guests include Thama De Frietas, Stephan Peixoto, and Cabeza De Panda – and titles include "Desabato", "A Arte Do Barulho", "Ela Disse", "Kush", "Meu Tambor", "Minha Missao", "Fala Serio", "Pode Acreditar", "Ativadade Na Laje", and "Afropunk No Valle Do Rap". CD
(Includes slipcase.)

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Marcelo D2Procura Da Batida Perfeita (aka Looking For The Perfect Beat) ... CD
Sony (Brazil), 2004. Used ... $6.99
A funky fusion of post-millenium Brazilian club groove and contemporary hip hop from Marcelo D2! MD2 does a great job of demonstrating the all inclusive groove at the core of disparate musical elements. Almost every tune has a sound rooted in percussive samba, but the vibe stretches through programmed and organic beats, bass, keys and scratches – courtesy of Mixmaster Mike! The album was produced by "fourth Beastie" Mario Caldato – who really brings his hip hop pedigree to the sound in ways that he did not when he produced Seu Jorge's album! Seu Jorge makes a behind-the-scenes appearance on the album, as does Shabazz The Disciple. The raps are in Portuguese, the groove has nu samba feel, with traces of electro, house, and hip hop love that stretches from Sugarhill to Shaolin. Tracks include "Pra Posteridade", "Vai Vendo", "A Maldicao Do Samba", "Loadeando", "Qual E?", "Re: Batucada", and more! CD
(Brazilian pressing. Slipcover has some wear.)

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RogeBaile Do Brenguele ... CD
Warner (Brazil), 2014. Used ... $11.99
Features Seu Jorge! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousBrazil – The Greatest Songs Ever ... CD
Zomba/Petrol (Australia), 2003. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Music from Mo' Horizons, Clube Do Balanco, Brazil Selection, Chiquinho Timoteo, Seu Jorge, Astrud Gilberto, the Ipanemas, Baden Powell, Anna Mazzotti, Bossacucanova & Roberto Menescal, Bebel Gilberto, Wando, Dalata, and Friends From Rio. CD
(Out of print.)

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Os IpanemasAfro Bossa ... CD
Far Out (UK), 2003. Used ... $12.99
We'd almost want to hate this one for its "Buena Vista" ripoff on the title – but we can't, because the music's so great! The album's the third album from Os Ipanemas in 40 years – and it's steeped in the rich traditions of jazz and Brazilian music shared by all of its members. The group features work by drummer Wilson Das Neves, guitarist Neco, trombonist Paulo Williams, and bassist Jorge Helder – and this album has a feel that's even warmer, and more personal, than their most recent album – 2002's "Return Of Os Ipanemas". The sound is really hard to describe adequately – almost a blend of bossa jazz and some slightly folkloric elements, but carried off in a way that's never rough or impersonal – just quietly beautiful, sensitive, and warm. Titles include "Sereno", "Sertao", "Afro", "Bambui", "Espraiado", and "Seu Dario". CD
(Out of print.)

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VariousMonsueto – MPB Grandes Autores ... CD
BMG (Brazil), 1973. Used ... $2.99
A wonderful tribute to Brazilian showman Monsueto – recorded after his death in 1973, and featuring a variety of other Brazilian singers performing his works! Some of the tracks appear to be of older vintage, and there's a nice cross between 60s bigger band samba and 70s lighter rhythms on the set. Titles include "Levou Fermento" by Linda Batista, "Mora Na Filosofia" by Maria Bethania, "A Fonte Secou" by Maurilo, "A Corneta No Samba" by Zaccarias E Seu Conjunto, "Ai Meu Calo" by Jorge Veiga, "O Gemido Da Saudade" by Linda Batista, "Fogo Na Marmita" by Marlene, and "Despejo Da Saudade" by Angela Maria. CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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