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LP (Item 9754) CID, Mid 70s — Condition: Used
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A gem of an early album from Nana Caymmi – one that shows her maturing her sound tremendously from earlier years – and picking up the best deeper styles of the Minas Geraes generation! Brotehr Dori Caymmi handles the arrangements on the set – also playing piano alongside Joao Donato, for a style that's mellow and moody, but also with some nice upbeat traces of jazz. Other players include Milton Nascimento, Nelson Angelo, Danilo Caymmi, and Helio Delmiro – but the real star of the set is Nana, whose dark-tinged vocals dominate completely – with a compelling sound like no other singer we can think of! Titles include "Maos De Afeto", "A Dor A Mais", "Codajas", "Boca A Boca", "Sacramento", "Branca Dias", "Pois E", and "Aperta Outro".  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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