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Although the classic albums of samba material by this great Brazilian singer have been long out of print for years, you get a huge batch of her best tracks on this nifty 2 CD set that's part of EMI Brazil's "Meus Momentos" series. The set appears to include work that wasn't originally ... CD
A landmark album from Milton Nascimento – not only a set that really marked his growth as a singer, songwriter, and overall musical visionary – but also a record that really showcased the collaborative spirit that would be a part of his music for years to come! The album features ... CD
Rootsy brilliance from Pixinguinha – 2 later gems packed together in one sweet set! Gente Da Antiga is a classic set of Brazilian choro numbers – recorded in the late 60s, but done with a really classic feel overall! In a way, the set's a great precursor to some of the bigger returns ... CD
A great later album from Pixinquinha – a set recorded in the early 70s, but just as essential to his catalog as any titles from the classic years! The style here is great – with arrangements from Lyrio Panicali that still preserve some sense of tradition, yet also update the sound ... CD
Beautiful stuff – and one of Milton Nascimento's greatest albums of the 70s! The style here is a bit more subdued than on some of his later work – but in a way that's really majestic and soulful, showing the further development of Milton's unique idiom as he becomes one of the ... CD
A sublime album by this lovely Brazilian quartet of female singers – arguably their best album ever! The album features arrangements by Edu Lobo, Luiz Eca, and other baroque jazzy talents – perfectly suited to take the bossa harmony sound of the Quarteto Em Cy into more sophisticated ... CD
The only album we've ever seen by Hermes Aquino – a mid 70s singer/songwriter from Brazil, of the same post-bossa generation as Lo Borges and Milton Nascimento! Like those bigger names, Hermes works here in a style that's both personal and more wide-ranging – great songs helped along ... CD
Lovely vocals from Kay Lyra – the daughter of bossa legend Carlos Lyra, and a singer who's equally at home singing in English and Portuguese! There's definitely some bossa currents here that showcase her family legacy, but the sound is also much more wide-ranging too – especially on ... CD