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Continental/Bomba (Japan), 1974. New Copy
Rootsy samba and hipper 70s MPB influences – all filtered down into a really unique little groove! Back in these early years, Novos Baianos had an inventive sound that was really a standout in 70s Brazilian music – a sense of earnest, open-handed music making that was something of a ... CD
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Africa Brasil
Universal (Japan), 1976. New Copy
A landmark recording that is one of Jorge Ben's best albums ever! The album is a perfect realization of the way that Jorge mixes Brazilian rhythms with choppy Afro grooves – and the result is a masterpiece that yeilded some of his biggest tracks ever. Included here is the great choppy funk ... CD
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Traquitana (Brazil), 2015. New Copy
A hard-burning Afro Funk combo from Brazil – a group who play in a style that's definitely got the best of both worlds in the mix – still going strong on this excellent third album! The set's got way more going on than usual in the rhythms – enough straight qualities to link the ... CD
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Universal (Brazil), Late 60s. New Copy
A killer collection of classic work from the legendary Wilson Simonal – one of the most soulful singers to work in 60s Brazil! Wilson had a really magical way of blending samba rhythms, jazzy inflections, and this pointed vocal style that drew on both American jazz and soul – and which ... CD
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El/Manufactured, 1986. New Copy
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The first-ever full album by Momus – and one of the best singer/songwriter debuts of the 20th Century! No kidding, we think this album is tremendous, and its some of the finest songwriting we've ever heard! Using the general skeleton of Old Testament history, Momus crafts some of the finest ... CD
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Cotillion, 1970. New Copy
The end of the road for the Velvet Underground – but a set that's also one of the group's best-remembered albums too! The record marked a big shift for the group – a move to Atco from Verve, continuing to work without John Cale – and the sound is possibly more rockish and ... CD
 



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