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CD (Item 547130) EMI/Odeon (Brazil), 1970 — Condition: Used
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A great set of soulful Brazilian tunes from Wilson Simonal – one of his first records of the 70s, handled with a very groovy groove! The album takes off from the style of Simonal's classic Alegria Alegria sets for Odeon in the late 60s – pushing the groove a bit more with interesting arrangements, cool recording techniques, and some influences from the growing sound of global soul – all served up with that tight and punchy groove that's always made us love his work! Wilson's vocals are still as wonderfully soulful as ever, and the sound is as groovy as you'd expect from the cover – thanks to hip backings from Cesar Camargo Mariano. Titles include "Nao Tem Solucao", "Moro No Fim Da Rua", "Sistema Nervoso", "Comigo E Assim", "Na Baixa Do Sapateiro", and "Sem Essa".  © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print. Copy protected CD.)

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