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Bossa Moca

CD (Item 940535) Rambling (Japan), 2003 — Condition: Used
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Modern Brazilian groovers – wonderfully breezy, with a kind of a remix twist – but overall, still filled with the warm spirit and the gentle groove of the bossa era! Most of these tracks feature live instrumentation and real vocals – not just the "bossa effects" and beats you'll find on weaker sets – and overall, the sound is somewhere between recent work from labels like Far Out, Trama, and some of the other hip new Brazilian imprints. Titles include "Aguas De Marco", "Vende Peixe Se", "O Pato", and "Insensatez" by Olivia Oliveira; "Open Air" by EASy, "Mas Que Nada" by Grupo Da Costa, "Canto De Orfeo" by Espirito, "Caipirinha" by Janice, "Splende" by Alex De Gomera, and "Amazonia" by Deeper & Pacific.  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, includes obi.)

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