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✨✧ Joao NegraoAsfalto Selvagem ... LP
Paneg/Mad About Records (Portugal), 1964. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A rare little bossa jazz album from the early 60s Brazilian scene – one that's also a soundtrack too, which gives it a different feel than most other records of its type! The music is a mix of jazz and occasional larger orchestrations – in the best tradition of the late 50s French new wave scores, or some of the jazzier work from the early 60s Italian scene – music that you might hear from the pen of a young Piero Piccioni or Georges Delerue, but given a bossa nova twist too! Many tunes have some samba instrumentation at the core, but more jazz-based instrumentation on the top – and titles include "Assanhadinha", "Asfalto Selvagem", "Suicido", "Engracadinha", "Leticia", "Meu Rio Maravilhoso", and "Um Olhar Assim". LP, Vinyl record album
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Various12 Brasas Para Voce ... CD
CNCr/Discobertas (Brazil), 1967. Used ... $9.99
A really cool collection of 60s rockers from Brazil – music that was part of the jovem guarda generation, right before the Tropicalia years – but served up here in a package that's a bit groovier than most from the time! Unlike some of the bigger-label material from the jovem guarda years, which was usually more mainstream pop – this set's got a bit more of an edge, and maybe a kind of indie-styled vibe – almost garagey at times, and handled by producer Joao Negrao, who brought together all the different artists in the studio for recordings. The guitars are recorded especially well – and titles include "Nenem" by The Sunshines, "Minha Mae" by Sergio Murilo, "Essa Gatinha E Minha" by Brazilian Bitles, "Quinze Anos" by Maritza Fabiani, "Amanhecer" by Os Inocentes, "Menino" by Jerry Adriani, "Voa Passarinho" by Golden Boys, and "Procurando Uma Flor" by The Fevers. CD
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