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Conjunto SambacanaSambacana 4 ... CD
Tapecar/Think (Japan), 1976. Used ... $24.99
A great 70s set from Sambacana – a group who really find a great way to update their groovy sound from the 60s! All their best elements are firmly in place here – light bossa rhythms, jazzy instrumentation, and the great harmony vocals that always made them so nice – but there's also some new elements that really keep things fresh – some slightly more complicated arrangements, and small bits of electric instrumentation that warm things up without dampening the pure spirit of the group! The blend is wonderful – one of those rare treats that always makes digging through rare Brazilian records so great – and titles include "Num Desses Dias", "Minha Cidade", "Pouca Duracao", "Via", "Minha Ex Namorada", and "Programa No Domingo". CD
(Out of print, 2011 Japanese pressing – still sealed with obi!)

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✨✧ Elza SoaresSalve A Mocidade Vol 1 ... CD
Tapecar, 1970s/1980s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Ronie & Central Do BrasilRonie & Central Do Brasil ... CD
Tapecar/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1975. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Sweet funk from 70s Brazil – a totally great album from drummer Ronnie – aka Ronald Mesquita, the percussive force behind the Bossa Tres combo! This album's got a smoother groove than their records – great use of Fender Rhodes, gliding alongside sweet samba soul arrangements – in a mode that's a bit like some of the funkier 70s work by Joao Donato, with touches of some of the grooves that artists like Jorge Ben or Gilberto Gil were hitting at the time. Yet there might be a stronger fusion element at the core here – as the group also features Ze Carlos on tenor and flute, who shades things in nicely – and makes room for vocals from Loalwa and Jayyme Rocha. The album was issued by the Tapecar label around the same time as their classic release by Ana Mazzotti – and has a similar mix of fusion and Brazilian grooves! Titles include "Remelexo", "Atoa Atoa", "Esse Mare", "Visgo De Jaca", "Falsa Baiana", and "Albatroz". CD

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