The first album by Brazilian guitarist Rosinha
Da Valencia – and a beautiful one at that! The record features Rosinha
playing solo guitar with percussion backing, very much in the style of Baden Powell's early work, especially his own albums for the Elenco label – and as the set progresses, occasional other instrumentation comes into play, like flute or piano, and Rosinha
sings on just a few numbers. The album's a killer – bossa groovy all the way through, and an essential gem from the long out of print Elenco catalog! Titles include "Tema Do Boneco De
Palha", "Ela E Carioca", "Com Que Roupa", "Atirei O Pau No Gato", "Estrada Do Nada", and "Ate Londres".
(Original pressing. Vinyl has a fair bit of marks, and one edge of the vinyl has light heat damage, but plays through. Cover has some light staining.)