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CD (Item 497243) Y Brazil (Brazil), 2002 — Condition: Used
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This one's a bit different than some of Nana's earlier work – mostly in that the overall presentation is stronger, less atmospheric, and more upfront. The percussion, which is not always acoustic, is pretty heavy overall – and some tracks have a bouncing carnivalesque feel, while others have a more dramatic approach to the rhythms. There's still a few numbers that show Nana's jazzy roots, and titles include "Don's Rollerskates", "Goree", "Futebol", "Islena", "Caboclo De Lanca", "Curumim", and "Macaco". (Out of print.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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