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Used CD Grade
We have only one grade for non-new CDs at Dusty Groove — "Used CD".
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and if it does not, then you may return it for a full refund.
Very cool 3 CD set that brings together some of Ivan Lins best material from the 70s, in a format that reproduces all the original album covers and notes in tiny 5 inch CD size! The material's fantastic and so is Lins' voice. The songs represent some of the greatest songwriting in Brazil, and are ... CD
One of Ivan Lins' first albums – and a landmark set of MPB! The record shows a lot of strands of influence from the Milton Nascimento, Lo Borges, and Minhas Geraes camp – and it shares much of the same sense of jazzy scoring with the work of those artists. But most important is Lins' ... CD
One of the strongest, most positive albums that Ivan Lins has recorded in years – a set that almost has the feel of some of his biggest albums from the 80s, a time when Lins was riding high on a big wave of international acclaim! The production is a bit more top-shelf than other recent ... CD
Always-great work from Ivan Lins – one of the few Brazilian artists who never falters as the years go on! If anything, Lins has grown into a maturity that fits his songs almost even better than back in the 70s – a sense of wisdom and presence that really serves his lyrical talents ... CD
A great album from one of Ivan Lins' best periods – a great shift in his music, with a sound that's made the album one of his all-time classics! The set has him adapting more of a jazzy sound than on earlier records – dropping some of the baroque arrangements for a sound that's leaner, ... CD
The title says it all – as the set's a mellow batch of love songs performed by Ivan Lins, recorded in a mode that veers between classic and modern styles. The album features guest appearances by Jane Monheit and Wanda Sa – and titles include "She", "Ti Amo", "Ex ... CD
Not Edu's classic work, but pretty darn great nonetheless! The album's a sophisticated batch of compositions – played with the complexity of some of Edu's jazzier work from the late 70s – and the overall sound is very nice, and proves that Lobo's still one of Brazil's richest musical ... CD
A tribute to older samba maestro Cartola, recorded in honor of his 80s birthday, and featuring jazzy interpretations of his tunes by Leny Andrade! Cartola's not on the album at all – except in spirit – and the overall sound is quite different than his own recordings, with small combo ... CD
A beautiful little set of modern Brazilian vocal jazz tracks, pulled from the rich recording history of one of Brazil's better recent voices. Rosa's got a style that reminds us of Elis Regina's classic work, especially that from the late 60s with Roberto Menescal – but the overall sound of ... CD