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The group MPB4 pays tribute to some of the greatest Brazilian singers of the 20th Century, from Tom Jobim to Monsueto to Baden Powell to Nelson Cavaquinho. The LP features a number of different "pot pourri" sets dedicated to an individual singer. The group runs through tracks by the ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the most diverse albums that Elis Regina cut during the 70s – a set that seems to leap from style to style with each new track, and really build from some of the more staid and jazz-based styles of her other records! Cesar Camargo Mariano is still in charge of arrangements here, but ... LP, Vinyl record album
A stunning step forward for the great Elis Regina – and a landmark record that would set the stage for most of her final work to come in the 70s! The album's got less of the jazz or bossa inflections of her music from the 60s – and instead moves into this richly sophisticated style ... LP, Vinyl record album
The second volume in this nice tribute series to great Brazilian composers, cut by the swingin' MPB4 vocal group, in their unique harmony style. This volume features the MPB4 paying homage to Ary Barroso, Ivan Lins, Mauricio Tapajos, Pxinguinha, and Haroldo Lobo, among others – and the ... LP, Vinyl record album
With selections by Joao Gilberto, Baden Powell, Os Cariocas, Os Gatos, Tamba Trio, Edu Lobo and Maria Bethania, Caetano Veloso and Gal Costa, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Sylvia Telles and Lucio Alves, Roberto Menescal, Marcia, and Luiz Eca-Cordas. LP, Vinyl record album
A fantastic set from the Zimbo Trio – one that has them backed by a larger instrumental group – one that's never too brassy or stringy at all – and which really just adds an extra zing to the sound of their bossa piano grooves! The album's got a totally grooving version of Ivan ... LP, Vinyl record album
An incredible record from a key modernist moment in Brazilian music – and a set that features some really stunning early work from Chico Buarque! The set's a live one – a stage performance based upon a text from Joao Cabral De Melo Neto – but it's got plenty of music, and vocals ... LP, Vinyl record album
Fantastic work from 70s Brazil – served up here by the great Lady Zu, who was one of the few female artists in the mostly-male samba soul generation! Lady Zu's a bit like Tim Maia at the time – a soul singer first, and Brazilian artist second – and works here with a sound that ... LP, Vinyl record album
An excellent set from the time when this older Brazilian singer was really stretching out his wings in the 70s – working with backings from Meirelles, plus a bit of help from Gaya and Francis Hime! Features songs from Him, Antonio Carlos & Jocafi, and even Michel Colombier. LP, Vinyl record album