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Sao Paulo Confessions

CD (Item 486247) Ziriguiboom, 1999 — Condition: Used
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Brazilian rhythms meet electronic production – in what had been a very successful run for the late Suba. He wasn't really a native, but his time in Brazil led him to work with a number of strong young talents – including Bebel Gilberto, whose album he produced. Titles include "Segredo", "Abraco", "A Noite Sem Fim", "Samba Do Gringo Paulista", and "Um Dia Comum". There's a nice mix of cold and warm grooves on the set – which is Suba's lasting legacy of grooves!  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, digipack case has light wear.)

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