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With Marc Ribot, Greg Cohen, John Zorn and others. (Out of print. Includes obi!)
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Although the Brazilian jazz scene was home to a huge amount of crack fusion groups in the 80s, Pau Brasil is one of the few from that era that are still going strong. The group specializes in a super-polished approach to jazz, with a style that's certainly influenced by a lot of the fusion that ... CD
Incredible 70s work from the lovely Astrud Gilberto – a rare effort for the CTI label that has her teaming up with arranger Eumir Deodato and saxophonist Stanley Turrentine – all in a groove that's totally different than most of her earlier work! Astrud's breathy vocals are still ... CD
Sublime vocal work by the lovely Quarteto Em Cy – one of the greatest sounding bossa groups ever! The ensemble's a quartet of ladies whose names all begin with the letters "c" and "y" – hence the name – and they all sing with a sweetly gliding harmony approach ... CD
A brilliant early moment for the young Gilberto Gil – a set recorded right before his jump into the Tropicalia movement, but with a sound that's already pretty darn unique! The style here has Gilberto singing upfront and playing acoustic guitar – in a mode that's certainly rooted in ... CD
Certainly one of the best albums ever by this enigmatic Brazilian singer! Unlike some of her later records, which have a sound that's a bit weakly jazzy – this one draws from a rich portfolio of influences, and mixes them with Zizi's lively vocals in a style that's evocative of early work by ... CD
A record cut at a time when Brazilian singer Ivan Lins was enjoying a great wave of international fame – a moment that resulted in music that almost had him reaching out as a majestic singer, able to inspire the whole world at once, rather than just the mainstream audiences back home in ... CD
Killer early work from Eumir Deodato – all done in an organ-heavy groove that's quite similar to Walter Wanderley's best from the time! Deodato handled all the arrangements, and although his organ and piano are at the front of the mix, the group's nicely large too – with additional ... CD