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Getz/Gilberto (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: 535515 6. Rel: 16 Oct 14
The Girl From Ipanema
P'ra Muchucar
Meu Coracao
So Danco Samba
O Grande Amor
Vivo Sonhando
 in stock $23.24
Feminina (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: JD 53. Rel: 09 Jun 22
Feminina (11:26)
Joyce Interviewed By Joe Davis (4th November 2021) (20:53)
 in stock $16.59
Manha (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 021. Rel: 20 Apr 15
Azimuth - "Manha" (3:45)
Osmar Milito E Quarteto Forma - "America Latina" (2:46)
Review: A tale of two sides, Azimuth's classic "Manha" should be recognisable to many; taken from their self-titled LP in 1975, its golden harmonies and lavish, lolloping Bob James style jazz are as timeless as they were 40 years ago. Flip for "America Latina". Conjured by prolific collaborator Osmar Milito (whose discography features the likes of Sammy Davis Jr, Spanky Wilson and Liza Minelli), its striking, sing-along charms are no accident... It was actually created for 70s Brazilian soap opera Selva De Pedra.
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 in stock $9.07
Brazil USA 70: Brazilian Music In The USA In The 1970s
Cat: SJRLP 428. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Airto - "Samba De Flora" (6:10)
Duke Pearson - "Sandalia Dela" (with Flora Purim) (3:31)
Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 - "Batucada (The Beat)" (2:17)
Deodato - "Skyscrapers" (6:40)
Milton Nascimento - "Catavento" (2:28)
Airto - "Tombo In 7/4" (6:24)
Luiz Bonfa - "Bahia Soul" (2:31)
Dom Um Romao - "Braun-Blek-Blu" (4:43)
Moacir Santos - "Kathy" (3:37)
Joao Donato - "Almas Irmas" (1:53)
Sivuca - "Ai'nt No Sunshine" (4:47)
Milton Nascimento - "Rio Vermelho" (3:20)
Tamba 4 - "Consolation (Consolacao)" (8:19)
Flora Purim - "Moon Dreams" (4:58)
Dom Um Romao - "Escravos De Jo" (4:04)
Airto - "Andei (I Walked)" (2:32)
 in stock $27.23
Deixa O Morro Cantar
Cat: BRZ 45066. Rel: 14 Aug 17
Deixa O Morro Cantar (2:33)
Mas Que Nada (2:33)
Review: Supreme musica popular Brasileira and bossa-nova vibes here on two tracks from Mr Bongo's leading Brazilian 45's lady, Claudia. "Deixa o Morro Cantar" features on Claudia's very first 7", released in 1965 by RGE Brazil. Her version of "Mas Que Nada" is said to be more of a jazzy/folk-funk take on the Ben classic. A relatively recent discovery made during the label's last trip to Brazil, Maria das Gracas Rallo was born in 1946 in Rio de Janeiro. She has become the most awarded singer outside of her home country and was most popular internationally in 1982 with the song "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" from the musical Evita. Moreover, she has recorded over twenty albums and has amassed huge record sales throughout her successful career.
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 in stock $9.07
Guilherme Coutinho E O Grupo Stalo (reissue)
Guilherme Coutinho E O Grupo Stalo (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: MAR 022. Rel: 09 Sep 20
Atalala (3:46)
As Feras (3:46)
Foicera (3:46)
Rio Corrente (4:32)
Macareu (4:25)
Fuga (2:26)
Flauta De Bambu (1:52)
Tema Pro Alvarito (7:27)
Review: Since it was first released in the collective's native Brazil in 1978, the self-titled debut album from Guilherme Coutinho E O Groupo Stalo has become a sought-after item amongst collectors of Latin jazz. This reissue - the first of any kind - proves why. Offering a mixture of samba-soaked Latin jazz rhythms, sweet vocals, spacey analogue synthesizer sounds, Azymuth style electric piano motifs, MPB style songwriting and Brazilian jazz-funk stylistic tropes, it's a joyously sunny and quirkily off-kilter affair that impresses from start to finish. Production wise it's a little loose and fuzzy round the edges, but that only adds to the album's obvious allure. Recommended!
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Onde Anda O Meu Amor
Cat: BRZ45 082. Rel: 04 Dec 20
Onde Anda O Meu Amor (3:44)
Gueri-Gueri (4:19)
Review: Following persistent requests, Mr Bongo has finally relented and dedicated an edition of their popular Brazil 45s series to Orlandivo Honorio de Souza, a composer, singer and percussionist whose 1977 album Oelandivo remains high on my collectors' wants-lists. Wisely, their A-side pick is 'Onde Anda O Meu Amore', a cosmic and spacey fusion of samba-soul and jazz-funk rich in ethereal flute lines and intergalactic keys. This time round it comes backed by the equally as impressive 'Gueri Gueri', an insatiable samba-rock number wrapped in heady accordion, jangly acoustic guitar and punchy horn sounds.
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Embalo (LP)
Cat: MRBLP 144. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Embalo (3:10)
Inutil Paisagem (2:27)
Nebulosa (1:54)
Sambinha (3:08)
Samadhi (2:45)
Fim De Semana Em Eldorado (4:12)
Nectar (2:36)
Clouds (3:57)
Consolacao (2:26)
Estou Nessa Agora (1:37)
Carnaval Sem Assunto (2:03)
Review: The name Francisco Tenorio Cerqueira Junior, or simply Tenorio Jr, has always been clouded in mystery. Not only did the renowned Brazilian pianist pass away under dubious circumstances in Argentina back in 1976, but he also put out a surprisingly limited number of albums throughout his short-lived career. Having said that, these are all very valid reasons for why his music remains among the most coveted of items in the jazz scene. Embalo is his only album under the Tenorio Jr name, but its 1964 release is still as fresh today as it was back in a cloud of psych-driven hedonism that permeated all arts scenes back then. Fun and uplifting throughout, the album will satisfy both the jazz traditionalists and those with a slightly more left field taste. The percussion driving the arrangements isn't exactly something to ignore either, with its typical South American flair infusing sublimely into Tenorio's own excellence behind the keyboard. This is an important album which has helped to define a whole generation of later Brazilian musicians, and we recommend you to make it part of your life. It's an essential piece of history.
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 in stock $21.77
Tightrope Walker
Cat: 9143. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Tightrope Walker
The Other Side Of The Coin (O Outro Lado Da Moeda)
Samba Da Barra
Tu Mi Delirio
Broken Key
If You'd Like To Know (Se Queres Saber)
 in stock $11.40
Brazilian Dorian Dream (reissue)
Cat: FARO 219LP. Rel: 29 Oct 21
Brazilian Dorian Dream (5:37)
Facing East (4:43)
Jungle Cat (5:36)
That's What She Says (4:09)
Slaughter On Tenth Avenue (4:59)
Who Needs It (5:19)
Braziliana No 1 (9:04)
Review: By the time he recorded "Brazilian Dorian Dream" in 1976, Brazilian composer, musician, producer and bandleader Manfedo Fest had already worked on countless bossa-nova, samba and jazz albums, both in the United States and his native Brazil. Yet the album, which Far Out has now reissued, is like nothing else he recorded before or after - and not just because it was based on "the principle of the modal diatonic scales of the Dorian mode". Musically, it's deliciously vibrant and colourful, combining elements of his native Brazilian samba and bossa-nova with Azymuth style jazz-funk, American jazz-fusion, and futuristic, then cutting edge synthesizer sounds. Above all, though, the album strikes a near perfect balance between funkiness and the sweet sunniness that defines some of the greatest Brazilian music.
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 in stock $24.88
Memoria Das Aguas (remastered)
Cat: OMSD 006. Rel: 22 Mar 23
Memoria Das Aguas (5:05)
Amanhecer Tabajara (A Alceu Valenca) (3:57)
Ladeira Dos Inocentes (5:05)
Revoada (5:23)
Mercado (Gravado No Mercado Tanger) (3:20)
Curimao (Sons Onomatopaicos E Folk Da Guine) (6:48)
Solito (Solo De Balaue) (4:29)
Danado Cantador (Balaue, Orquestra E Declamacao) (A Fagner) (4:46)
Review: For the first in a series of must-have reissues of obscure Brazilian treats, Optimo Music and Selva Discos have joined forces to offer up a new pressing of Fernando Falcao's superb 1981 debut, "Memoria Das Aguas". The eight-track set has long been considered something of a slept-on and hard-to-find classic, with Falcao conjuring up an octet of tracks that brilliantly join the dots between neo-classical movements, dreamy, percussion-led soundscapes (see the sublime "Amanhecer Tabajara (A Alceu Valenca)"), spiraling big band Afro-Brazilian jazz ("Ladeira Dos Inocentes"), intoxicating classical-jazz fusion ("Revoada") and experimental, beat-free sound collages ("Mercado"). In a word: exceptional.
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 in stock $23.08
Demos (1973-75) Volume 2
Demos (1973-75) Volume 2 (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: FARO 210LP2. Rel: 29 May 19
Duro De Roer (4:07)
Manha (7:05)
Tempos Do Parana (7:37)
Bateria Do Mamao (1:05)
Quem Tem Medo (2:32)
Xingo (version 2) (4:28)
Juntos Mais Uma Vez (4:53)
Castelo (version 2) (6:08)
Review: Far Out takes a second deep dive into the previously unheard early demos of Brazilian jazz-funk greats Azymuth, offering up more unpolished gems recorded during the years as one of Brazil's most sought-after session bands. Interestingly, much of the material is closer in tone and style to their subsequent releases, though some of the rhythms, solos and basslines are arguably a little wilder and more experimental. Highlights include the fizzing opener "Duro De Roer", the sweaty and percussive brilliance of "Bateria Do Mamao", the Blaxploitation influenced spy-chase madness of "Quem Tem Medo" and the surprisingly smooth "Manha", the demo that eventually earned Azymuth a recording contract.
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 in stock $26.96
Disco Beat Down EP
Cat: FFP 016. Rel: 09 Jan 23
Disco (6:48)
Beat Down (6:05)
Review: Some high-grade re-edit action here, as dusty-fingered Chicagoan crate diggers Sadar Bahar and Marc Davis join forces with pal (and credited mixer) Rahaan on two fine tweaks of suitably obscure tracks. A-side 'Disco' is a groovy, funky, horn-heavy affair; a sumptuously string-laden, orchestrated blend of righteous gospel-soul, Philadelphia International style proto-disco and grooves reminiscent of those frequently employed on Steely Dan's most up-beat moments. 'Beat Down' meanwhile is a jaunty, percussive and sun-soaked slab of dancefloor-ready Latin jazz that speeds up as it goes along. The jazz dancers will love it!
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 in stock $13.48
Wave (reissue)
Wave (reissue) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP + CD with obi-strip)
Cat: LR 349LP. Rel: 08 Jan 18
Wave (2:48)
The Red Blouse (5:01)
Look To The Sky (2:17)
Batidinha (3:06)
Triste (2:00)
Mojave (2:17)
Dialogo (2:50)
Lamento (2:40)
Antigua (3:07)
Captain Bacardi (4:27)
The Red Blouse
Look To The Sky
Captain Bacardi
 in stock $23.34
Obnoxius (reissue)
Cat: FARO 191LP. Rel: 15 Sep 21
Obnoxius (3:52)
Tarde De Nupcias (2:10)
Memoria (2:31)
Ponto De Chamada (3:11)
As Aventuras Sentimentais De Espiroqueta Camargo (4:51)
Talisma (2:50)
Arrail Da Lua Cheia (2:15)
Ancoradouro (3:08)
Cancao Da Casa Iluminada (2:46)
Apocalipse (3:10)
Exaltacao E Lamento Do Ultimo Rei (3:44)
Review: Far Out Recordings have long been masters at unearthing and reissuing long-lost Brazilian masterpieces. Jose Mauro's 1970 debut album, Obnoxious, undoubtedly falls into that category. It's long been a favourite with committed diggers such as Gilles Peterson, Madlib and Floating Points, all of whom appreciate Mauro's distinctively melancholic take on the samba sound. Drenched in atmospheric strings and with the singer's bittersweet vocals to the fore, the album sounds like it was informed as much by the Walker Brothers ad Rotary Connection as the sun-kissed sounds Mauro would have grown up listening to. It's not exactly psychedelic per se, but it's certainly impressively atmospheric and occasionally refreshingly dark. File under: "essential listening".
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 in stock $22.57
Burnier & Cartier (reissue)
Cat: MRBLP 153. Rel: 05 Apr 18
So Tem Lugar Pra Voce (2:48)
Aldeia Global (2:27)
Lejos De Mi (4:10)
Lembrando Ed Kleiger (2:37)
Deixa Mudar (2:32)
Parte Capital (3:03)
Mirandolina (2:42)
Ai E Que Ta (2:21)
Aventura Espacial (3:50)
Barranco (2:29)
Europanema (2:04)
Marcante (2:25)
 in stock $20.74
Chega De Saudade (reissue)
Cat: VP 90003. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Samba Da Minha Terra (2:21)
O Barquinho (2:31)
Bolinha De Papel (1:19)
Saudade Da Bahia (2:17)
A Primavera Vez (1:52)
O Amor Em Paz (2:22)
Voce E Eu (2:30)
Trenzinho (Trem De Ferro) (1:50)
Coisa Mais Linda (2:49)
Presente De Natal (1:53)
Insesatez (2:25)
Este Seu Olhar (2:14)
Manha De Carnaval (bonus track - 7 Inch EP (1959)) (2:35)
Chega De Saudade (2:01)
Lobo Bobo (1:21)
Brigas, Nunca Mais (2:06)
Ho Ba La La La (2:17)
Saudade Fez Um Samba (1:49)
Maria Ninguem (2:24)
Desafinado (2:00)
Rosa Morena (2:05)
Morena Boca De Ouro (1:59)
Bim Bom (1:16)
Aos Pes Da Cruz (1:35)
E Luxo So (1:56)
O Nosso Amror; A Felicidade (bonus track - 7 Inch EP (1959)) (3:05)
 in stock $15.04
Sou Negro
Cat: BRZ45 086. Rel: 16 Apr 21
Toni Tornado - "Sou Negro" (2:21)
Zeca Do Trombone & Roberto Sax - "Coluna Do Meio" (2:58)
Review: Mr Bongo offers up an incredible 86th volume in the Brazil45 series, and this time it's Black Rio funk from two mainstays of the sound, Toni Tornado & Zeca Do Trombone. A-side 'Sou Negro' is from Tornado's 1970 EP on Odeon Records. It's a sought after number that despite lasting only just over two minutes still makes an indelible impression. Zeca Do Trombone & Roberto Sax join forces on the flip for 'Coluna Do Meio,' which is a more smooth, easy going jazz laced tune compared with the raw and direct a-side. This one has an acrobatic vocal and sunny riffs bringing pool-side vibes under clear blue skies.
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 in stock $9.07
Hidden Waters: Strange & Sublime Sounds Of Rio De Janeiro
Cat: MRBLP 271. Rel: 12 May 23
Ana Frango Eletrico - "Saudade" (3:42)
Pedro Fonte - "Cliche" (3:48)
Bala Desejo - "Lua Comanche" (3:34)
Ava Rocha - "Boca Do Ceu" (5:08)
Exercito De Bebes - "Avos Da Experiencia" (4:40)
Thiago Nassif - "Soar Estranho" (feat Arto Lindsay & Vinicius Cantuaria & Gabriela Riley) (4:43)
Negro Leo - "Mulato" (3:05)
Mari Romano - "Amelie" (2:37)
Dora Morelenbaum - "Vento De Beirada" (3:04)
Cadu Tenorio & Jucara Marcal - "Candombe Ia Cacunde Iaue" (2:38)
Jonas Sa - "Gigolo" (3:33)
Troa - "Bandeide" (3:25)
Marcelo Callado - "Simbora" (feat Silvia Machete) (3:22)
Ovo Ou Bicho - "Mocos" (4:55)
Le Almeida - "Apreco Antigo" (2:56)
Ilessi - "Ladra Do Lugar De Fala" (1:56)
Joana Queiroz - "Dois Litorais" (5:25)
Raquel Dimantas - "Flecha Azul" (2:37)
Antonio Neves & Thiaguinho Silva - "Das Neves" (3:15)
Letrux - "Dorme Com Essa" (4:34)
Os Ritmistas - "Sambolero" (4:09)
Review: Mr Bongo's latest must-check compilation doesn't mine Brazil's musical heritage, but rather shines a light on what's happening in Rio de Janeiro right now. Hidden Waters was compiled and curated by two Brazilian music specialists - Joe Osborne (founder of the Brazilian Wax website) and Russ Slater (Editor at Large of Sounds and Colors) - and offers up a blend of scene stalwarts and exciting starlets. Musically it's varied, but largely rooted in samba, MPB and other classic Brazilian styles. So, while sun-soaked sounds (sorry) are the order of the day, Osborne and Slater also find room for the fuzzy psychedelia of Ava Rocha, the Stereolab-goes-samba flex of Exercito de Bebes, the low-slung, synth-sporting mutant funk of Thiago Nassif, the spiritual, pastoral-sounding afternoon warmth of Mari Romano and the lilting vocal jazz of Troa. An impeccable, eye-opening collection of quality cuts.'
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 in stock $24.12
Avessos (7" in gatefold sleeve + insert)
Cat: DYNAM 7098. Rel: 29 Oct 21
Avessos (10:15)
Divagacao 6/8 (7:31)
Review: While best known for their funk and soul reissues, Dynamite Cuts do frequently dig deeper and look further afield for musical inspiration. They're at it again here, offering up a lavishly packaged "45" featuring two killer cuts from Brazilian saxophonist and flautist Hector Costita's jazz-funk/jazz-fusion album 1981 (which, you guessed it, was first released in 1981). A-side 'Avessos' is warming, gentle and groovy, with Costita's jaunty sax motifs rising above a samba-jazz beat, restless triangle percussion and some seriously toasty electric piano lines. 'Divagacao' is a more up-tempo nd rhythmically interesting affair that reminded us of Azymuth while also boasting some genuinely dazzling sax solos.
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 in stock $17.62
It's You
Cat: 7DOS 4. Rel: 19 Jun 20
It's You (4:16)
Dori (4:46)
 in stock $11.92
Ye Me Le
Ye Me Le (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 047. Rel: 01 Jul 16
Elis Regina - "Ye Me Le" (2:19)
Senay - "En Buyuk Sansin Yasiyor Olman" (3:39)
Review: The Brazil 45 series from Mr Bongo bursts through the picture with yet another rocking 7" fire starter by two vintage pop greats - we have to say, their format simply works. First up is Elis Regina, a Brazilian singer who released a countless pop records back in the '60s, and "Ye Me Le" is a soft, seductive Brazilian soul warmer complete with blasting trumpets and that inimitable South American percussion swagger. Turkey's Senay features on the flip with "En Buyuk Sansin Yasiyor Olman", an incandescent lover's ballad that makes a welcome change to the more widely heard Turkish psych sound of the '70s.
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 in stock $9.07
Glucklich VI
Cat: CPT 6171. Rel: 14 Jul 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
The Matheus Combo - "Aderico" (3:25)
Christian Knobel - "Sambomambo" (8:16)
Wutrio - "Hallo Hoppel" (3:34)
Midnight Gigolos - "Brother Samba" (5:54)
Marcia Maria - "Brasil Nativo" (5:03)
Debbie Cameron & Richard Boone - "Stop Foolin' Yourself" (3:14)
A Bossa Eletrica - "Sob A Luz Do Sol" (5:06)
Guillermo Reuter - "Mr Jenkins" (3:37)
Jean Marc Jafet - "Offering" (5:47)
Jon Lucien - "Come With Me To Rio" (4:13)
Sonzeira - "The Mystery Of Man" (Rainer Truby & Corrado Bucci presents Truccy remix) (8:23)
Grupo Ebano - "Pe No Chao" (3:31)
Review: This is a new compilation album by the German DJ and producer Rainer Truby, coming as the sixth installment of the Glucklich series, which aims to showcase the best in contemporary jazz and jazz-adjacent music on an international scale. It's the latest to top up a longstanding series, which has been going since 1994. What one might call nu-jazz, broken beat and nu-soul appears across as string of contributions from the likes of Kyoto Jazz Massive, Nicola Conte, Jazzanova, Quantic and more on this slinky curator's gem.
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 in stock $28.78
Tempo Dos Mestres
Cat: NA 5146LP. Rel: 27 Mar 23
Planalto (2:07)
Baiao (4:32)
Brasilerinho (2:35)
Oya Nana (5:48)
Ja Que Tu (4:36)
Canto De Xango (3:31)
Louva-A-Deus "Mantis" (4:41)
Sambando (6:41)
O Tempo (2:58)
Matrisadan (4:43)
 in stock $22.57
Ronie & Central Do Brasil
Ronie & Central Do Brasil (limited hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: MAR 006. Rel: 30 Oct 20
Remelexo (3:15)
Atoa Atoa (2:25)
Albatroz (2:15)
Voce Nao Ser (2:12)
Falsa Baiana (2:06)
Visgo De Jaca (2:14)
Somente O Samba (2:52)
Madeira De Lei (2:33)
Deus Te Acompanhe (3:05)
Essa Mare (2:08)
 in stock $27.48
Fusion Global Sounds Vol 2: 1976-1984
Cat: FVR 190LP. Rel: 21 Nov 23
Lerma De La Cruz - "Free" (4:34)
Nivaldo Ornelas - "Cactus" (6:59)
Krystyna Pronko - "Oto Przyczyna" (3:48)
Bobby Martinez - "Pendulum" (4:29)
Tom Grant - "Mystified" (7:35)
Nivaldo Ornelas - "Los Angeles" (5:03)
Carlos Mendes - "Oamoreomar" (2:03)
Dana Kaproff - "Brownstones" (5:17)
Review: Favorite Recordings returns with the second edition of its compilation series: Fusion Global Sounds. Comprising eight rare and hidden tracks produced between 1976 and 1984 in various parts of the world, this hot-off-the-plate comp delivers a mighty-fine array of dynamic, soul-feeding jazz, soul, disco, jazz and funk delicacies. As a fine collector of jazz-funk and fusion for many years, curator Charles Maurice can be credited for sourcing the ingredients for and cooking up this fine spread of forgotten entrees, this time brought together by a common Brazilian influence.
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 in stock $29.04
Soul Of Samba
Cat: MRBLP 238. Rel: 28 Jan 22
Aquarela (3:37)
Tristeza (3:50)
Desafinado (3:39)
Agua (3:14)
Orpheu Negro (3:21)
The Girl From Ipanema (2:59)
One Note Samba (2:52)
Saudade Do Rio (3:14)
Rio (3:48)
Little Boat (3:07)
Voce E Eu (3:46)
Din! Din! Din! (3:30)
Review: Nico Gomez is a Belgian orchestra leader with Dutch roots.He is a firm favourite amongst lovers of Latin sounds and so, by extension, by the good folk at Mr Bongo Records. He mixes up bossa, jazz and easy listening into his own unique sounds and his 1972 gem 'Soul Of Samba' is one of his most well regarded works. It is full of lovely musical surprises and several euro-bossa-jazz favourites. Check out the shuffling rhythms of 'Aquarela' or the lazy Latin funk of 'Agua' for two real highlights.
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Natureza (gatefold LP)
Cat: FARO 234LP. Rel: 02 Dec 22
Feminina (11:24)
Misterios (5:35)
Coracao Sonhador (5:34)
Moreno (4:44)
Descompassadamente (4:49)
Ciclo Da Vida (8:29)
Pega Leve (3:42)
Review: Veteran Brazilian singer-songwriter Joyce first teamed up with Mauricio Maestro for Visions Of Dawn, a 2009 album of samba, bossanova and folk which celebrated everything vital about Latin American music culture. Now they're back on Far Out with a new album of sunkissed magic that will take you right back to that feel-good place they explored on their first collaboration, taking in delicate balladry and playful whimsy steeped in soul and sentiment. It's a joyous listen from two totems of Brazilian music, produced, arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
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Zozoio Como E Que E
Cat: BRZ 45 057. Rel: 24 Feb 17
Zozoio Como E Que E (2:13)
Para Lennon E McCartney (3:31)
Tags: MPB | Samba | Brazilian Jazz
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Cat: FE1017/2. Rel: 30 Jul 20
Naquela Base (2:50)
Devaneio (5:05)
Primavera (5:37)
Simplesmente (3:55)
Feitico Da Vila (6:21)
Dueto (7:39)
Amor De Nada (3:59)
Eugenie (4:19)
Minha Saudade (3:00)
Desenhos (2:49)
Review: To many this is where Brazilian jazz truly began: 1966, the legendary saxophonist and composer Victor Assis Brasil laid down his debut album at just 21. Still as smoky and sentimental as it was 50 years ago (but sadder knowing his life was cut short by a rare disease just 15 years later), the playful sense of space, rhythm and technique displayed (and a slight freedom from the US and European sounds of the time due to him living in Brazil) are delivered with a rawness, clarity and sense of fun such as the R&B double bass backdrop of "Simplesmente" or the cat and mouse style counterplay between the horns on "Dueto". A touching and ultimately timeless piece of jazz history.
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Gespielt von: Ill Dubio (HIGH JAZZ*)
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Num Dia Azul (reissue)
Cat: MRBLP 279. Rel: 25 Oct 23
Num Dia Azul (In A Blue City) (4:16)
Sinal Verde (Green Light) (5:05)
So Danco Samba (I Only Dance The Samba) (4:20)
Calma Mulher (Cool It Woman) (3:48)
Cancao Da Chuva (Song Of The Rain) (4:50)
Sambawalk (6:07)
Choro Sambaiao (4:59)
Review: Minas' 'Num Dia Azul' is a sublime slice of private-press bossa nova meets jazzy MPB perfection. Warm and bubbling with youthful spirit, the music is simultaneously loose in swagger, yet slick and tight. The album was originally released in 1983 and reflects the great music coming out of Rio at the time, yet 'Num Dia Azul' wasn't recorded in Rio, but actually in the USA. Adding to its later obscurity, hundreds of copies were also destroyed in a house fire. They say cream always rises to the top; later in the 2010s, the word amongst collectors and DJs was spreading about this mythical under-the-radar recording.
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Cat: EQX 014V. Rel: 20 Jan 22
Pra Ele (3:17)
Viva Hermeto (4:24)
De Ca Pra La (2:55)
Acalanto (4:34)
Samba De Avedore (feat Hermeto Pascoal) (3:57)
Lucas E Lena (3:57)
Entre Os Girassois (4:35)
Ventania (2:45)
Bandas E Bandeiras (4:59)
Na Carioca (4:46)
Review: Mariana Zwarg is an accomplished Brazilian flutist and saxophonist who presented her Universal Sexteto group in 2020 with the Nascentes album. Released on CD by Scubidu Music, it's now getting a vinyl pressing thanks to Equinox in Australia, getting the music further afield, which it thoroughly deserves. Zwarg's group deals in a modern, sprightly kind of jazz led by her own joyous vocals and flute flurries, but there's also a sense of the deep heritage of Brazilian jazz hanging behind everything she does. It's a vibrant album bursting with kinetic energy - just the kind of revitalising tonic to lift the spirits through long winter months in the Northern hemisphere.
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 in stock $19.19
Samba Esquema Novo (reissue)
Samba Esquema Novo (reissue) (clear vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SOW 026. Rel: 17 Jun 22
Mas, Que Nada (3:00)
Tim Dom Dom (2:22)
Balanca Pema (1:28)
Vem Morena Vem (1:57)
Chove Chuva (3:06)
E So Samba (2:04)
Rosa, Menina Rosa (2:16)
Quero Esquecer Voce (2:22)
Uala Ualala (2:09)
A Tamba (3:04)
Menina Bonita Nao Chora (2:06)
Por Causa De Voce (2:48)
Review: There is a near endless supply of music from Brazilian samba king Jorge Ben. He was a rule breaker back in his day and someone who challenged the conventions of the sound. His albums are in constant high demand and always getting reissued. This one, Samba Esquema Novo, is one of the best and not least because it is opened up by the legendary 'Mas, Que Nada' which will immediately bring sunshine to any setting. The other tunes are just as vibrant with his elastic vocals, delicate guitar work and generally good time vibes.
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That Girl From Ipanema
Cat: TDP 54034. Rel: 21 Jul 20
The Girl From Ipanema (3:16)
Meu Piao (3:37)
Far Away (With Chet Baker) (4:11)
We'll Make Today Last Night Again (3:08)
Black Magic (A Gira) (3:03)
All I’ve Got (6:10)
Love For Sale (3:10)
Wanting You (2:40)
The Puppy Song (2:53)
Mamae Eu Quero/Chica Chica Boom Chic (3:00)
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Y'Y (gatefold LP with obi-strip)
Cat: PSY 037LP. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Mapinguari (Encantado Da Mata} (1:46)
Uiara (Encantada Da Agua) - Vida E Cura (3:50)
Viva Nana (5:34)
Dancga Dos Martelos (5:14)
Sonho Ancestral (4:56)
Y'Y (5:04)
Mar De Cirandeiras (3:45)
Gloriosa (3:20)
Encantados (9:35)
Review: What drives Amaro Freitas in life is experience. In 2020 the pianist, who hails from the Northeastern Brazilian coastal city of Recife, was drawn to Manaus, located in the Amazon basin, some 4600 kilometers to the west. His experience in that lush wilderness led him into a new realm of musical creation, one rooted in magic and possibility and tempered by a sense of stewardship for the earth's bounties and a connection to the Satere Mawe indigenous community. Crucial to the experience for Freitas was the maintenance of a true exchange of knowledge. According to Freitas, in the resulting album, Y'Y (pronounced: eey-eh, eey-eh), he pays "homage to the forest, especially the Amazon Forest, and the rivers of Northern Brazil: a call to live, feel, respect, and care for nature, recognizing it as our ancestor." This album is an artful conversation between its traditions, rooted in the unique sounds and rituals found in Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous cultures. With Y'Y, Freitas further codifies his fresh, 'decolonized' interpretation of Brazilian jazz, one that may well shatter preconceived notions of what jazz can be.
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The Room
The Room (green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: LPRW 257. Rel: 25 Jan 24
Foi Boto (3:13)
Capricho (4:26)
Astral Flowers (2:40)
Kewere (4:03)
Cores (3:32)
Txera (2:29)
Ate De Manha (2:29)
Poeira (4:12)
Tupi (2:48)
Daiana (4:50)
Review: Brazilian guitarist Fabiano do Nascimento and American saxophonist Sam Gendel join forces for The Room: ten tracks of broken jazzdance instrumentals conjoined by an almost telepathic synergy between artists. Springboarding from an initial collaborative gig at a restaurant owned by Gendel's cousin, the duo was thus born as a before-you-know-it gestalt; and in so coming together as a studio project, the artists realised their mutually jazz-laden upbringings, discovering even that both saxophonists had first picked up the brass at exactly the same age; both shared a fascination with environmentalism and ecology; both were superfans of experimental musician Hermeto Pascoal; et cetera. A serendipitous match, then, the album is synchronous to match, balancing five tracks per side in a sublime homeo-ecstatic equilibrium. Recorded in two days in a basement studio in Pacific Palisades, each track its own dive into the rhythms and regions of a South America without borders.
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Alucinolandia (reissue)
Cat: MBLP 243. Rel: 25 Mar 22
Poema Ritmico Do Malandro (2:32)
Somos Todos Irmaos (3:24)
Once In A While (1:44)
Berimbau (2:08)
Primeira Conjugacao (2:26)
Bye Bye (3:34)
Love Is Lere To Stay (2:31)
Isn't A Dream (2:15)
Sou Feliz Aqui (1:54)
Adeus Amor (2:25)
Alvorada (3:52)
Hert (1:47)
Review: A bona fide Brazilian rarity: Alucinolandia was the only full length from talented multi instrumentalist and bandleader Zito who really should have enjoyed more attention. Ranging from the R&B style stomp of "Primeira Conjugacao" to the Gershwin standard "Love Is Here To Stay" via the instant feel good sensations of "Bye Bye" where you feel like you're in the room, clicking, clapping and crying along with the band, this is a timeless document that really should have had more exposure than it did at the time of the original release back in 1969
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O Ronco Da Cuica (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: JD 54. Rel: 09 Jun 22
O Ronco Da Cuica (9:08)
Incompatibilidade De Genios (3:56)
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Joao Gilberto (reissue)
Joao Gilberto (reissue) (clear vinyl LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SOW 011. Rel: 15 Mar 22
Samba Da Minha Terra (2:14)
O Barquinho (2:31)
Bolinha De Papel (1:19)
Saudade De Bahia (2:17)
A Primeira Vez (1:53)
O Amor Em Paz (2:23)
Voce E Eu (2:27)
Trem De Ferro (Trenzinho) (1:48)
Coisa Mais Linda (2:49)
Presente De Natal (1:54)
Insensatez (2:27)
Este Seu Olhar (2:15)
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Guilherme Coutinho E O Grupo Stalo
Cat: MRBLP 263. Rel: 16 Jun 23
Atalaia (3:44)
As Feras (3:47)
Foicera (3:47)
Rio Corrente (4:28)
Macareu (4:27)
Fuga (2:24)
Flauta De Bambu (1:49)
Tema Pro Alvarito (7:27)
Review: Brazillian music boffins Mr Bongo have pressed up the 1978 self-titled classic from Guilherme Coutinho E O Grupo Stalo so those who want a piece of this mythical classic no longer have to get a mortgage to do so. It's a stunning mix of lo-fi and laidback tropicalia, jazz, funk and MPB with a signature sun-kissed sound that will melt you into your sun lounger on a lazy afternoon. This one is incredibly hard to find even in Brazil and marked a high water mark for band leader and keyboard player Guilherme Coutinho. He was only 41 when he died in 1983 but his legacy lives on with this album which is distinct from many others of the time with its alluring vocal deliveries and charming arrangements.
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Sounds Dreams & Other Stories A Celebration: 60 Years
Sounds Dreams & Other Stories A Celebration: 60 Years (180 gram vinyl 5xLP box set + booklet + insert)
Cat: BBE 719CLP. Rel: 14 Dec 23
Jeito Bom De Sofrer (LP1) (2:53)
Papo Furado (Jive Talking) (3:32)
Xibaba (She-Ba-Ba) (4:30)
Andei (2:48)
Back Streets Of Havana (2:36)
Flora's Song (8:28)
San Francisco River (4:02)
Vera Cruz (4:12)
Celebration Suite (LP2) (4:17)
Casa Forte (3:55)
From The Lonely Afternoon (3:20)
Black Narcissus (6:28)
When Angels Cry (3:57)
O Sonho (Moon Dreams) (7:50)
Summer Night (5:55)
A Secret From The Sea (LP3) (1:03)
O Cantador/I Just Want To Be Here (6:32)
Light As A Feather (5:52)
O Canto Da Sereia (4:34)
Open Your Eyes You Can Fly (4:29)
Hot Sand (5:30)
Parana (6:00)
Jump (4:12)
Fingers (El Rada) (LP4) (4:32)
Toque De Cuica (3:58)
Romance Of Death (5:36)
Peasant Dance (3:23)
Samba De Flora (6:03)
Amajour (4:43)
The Road Is Hard (But We're Going To Make It) (5:34)
Above The Rainbow (LP5) (3:28)
Love Lock (3:21)
What Can I Say? (5:01)
Musikana (7:03)
The Happy People (3:41)
Dom-Um (A Good Friend) (5:46)
Hungry On Arrival (7:30)
Review: Airto Moreira and Flora Purim are known as the legendary King and Queen of Brazilian Jazz. For the last 60 years they have been serving up rich and vivid albums as well as playing exhilarating live shows all over the world. They have fans all over the world from Japan's concert halls to the UK's jazz funk and jazz dance scenes and their latest album in 2022, If You Will, was nominated for a Grammy, proving that they very much still have it. A Celebration: 60 Years - Sounds, Dreams & Other Stories is a collection of their many best bits from over the years.
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Sambadi (repress)
Cat: FVR 080LPR. Rel: 01 Dec 22
Physis (1:21)
Tamba (part 1) (6:59)
Batuque (5:38)
Who's That Lady (3:40)
Rio Afternoon (1:33)
Na Feira (1:24)
Sambadi (5:22)
Carnival (3:29)
Alma Nova (5:32)
Tamba (part 2) (4:35)
Tags: MPB | Brazilian Jazz
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Hermeto (limited LP)
Cat: FORDIS 07. Rel: 09 May 23
Yogurt (Coalhada) (2:53)
Hermeto (4:16)
Bells (Guizos) (6:16)
Love The Flower (Flor Do Amor) (5:45)
Pliers (Alicate)
Mourning (Velorio)
The Marianas (As Marianas)
Fabiola (1:00)
Review: 52 years after it was first released in 1970, Hermeto Pascoal's self-titled debut long player remains a remarkable one. It was born in the A&R studios in New York and features a heavyweight cast of collabs including Ron Carter, Hubert Laws, Joe Farrel and Googie Coppola. There are even some stars of the Brazilian jazz scene of the time making appearances such as Airto Moreira and Flora Purim, who also took care of production. From elevator jazz tunes like 'Hermeto' to laid back and sunny bliss-outs like 'Flor Do Amor' the sis another jewel in the crown of Far Out.
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Braziliance! (reissue)
Cat: MRBLP 215. Rel: 18 Mar 20
Crickets Sing For Anamaria (2:21)
If You Went Away (2:43)
Batuque (2:18)
The Face I Love (2:16)
So Nice (1:58)
Surfin' In Rio (2:26)
Tanto Ande (1:44)
Dorme Profundo (2:54)
Brasileiro (2:21)
Little Patricia (2:23)
Passa Por Mim (2:43)
Brazilian Duck (2:55)
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Sramba (LP)
Cat: MAIS 053LP. Rel: 27 Apr 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Ere (4:04)
Um Abraco No Faust (3:39)
Diga (3:45)
Aterrizar (3:46)
Ta Brabo (4:06)
Mole (2:27)
Nada Sera De Outra Maneira (2:48)
Quem Samba (3:23)
Descomunal (3:45)
Florescer (2:35)
Review: Simultaneously reaching back into the roots of Samba whilst reconfiguring the sound for a new context, Dominco Lancelloti's Sramba is an ingenious contribution to the world of Brazilian jazz. Recorded over two months in Lancelloti's home studio in Lisbon, and inspired by a couple of Russian-designed synths that came into the artist's possession, this is a project that was born out of experimentation. The opening track, 'Ere', features hypnotic guitar riffs and skittering drum sequences that gradually build into an infectious groove over the course of the track. On the B-side, 'Nada Sera De Outra Maneira' takes a softer turn with glittering hints of piano and a central narrative driven by velvety vocals. This is an exciting new take on Samba that opens up a new world of creative possibilities.

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Glucklich VI
Glucklich VI (limited unmixed CD)
Cat: CPT 6172. Rel: 19 Jul 23
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Jon Lucien - "Come With Me To Rio"
Debbie Cameron & Richard Boone - "Stop Foolin' Yourself"
Marcia Maria - "Brasil Nativo"
Midnight Gigolos - "Brother Samba"
Sonzeira - "The Mystery Of Man" (Rainer Truby & Corrado Bucci presents Truccy remix)
A Bossa Eletrica - "Sob A Luz Do Sol"
The Matheus Combo - "Aderico"
Grupo Ebano - "Pe No Chao"
Guillermo Reuter - "Mr Jenkins"
Jean Marc Jafet - "Offering"
Wutrio - "Hallo Hoppel"
Christian Knobel - "Sambomambo"
Review: German DJ and producer Rainer Truby first unveiled the Glucklich series of compilations way back in the 90s, when fusions of Brazilian music, jazz, soul, funk and electronic were making their very first commercial splashes. This reissue of the sixth edition of the series, first released in 2003, hears 14 tracks of nu-Brazilian groove by the likes of Azymuth, Marcos Valle, Sabrina Malheiros and Celia Vaz. You're not likely to hear a psychedelic acid downtempo version of 'Everybody Loves The Sunshine' anywhere else any time soon.
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Mario Castro Neves & Samba SA (reissue)
Cat: MRBLP 281. Rel: 13 Oct 23
Candomble (2:07)
Yearning Lovers (2:11)
Nana (2:30)
De Brincadeira (2:12)
Bye Bye Blackbird (1:50)
E Nada Mais (3:09)
Keep Talking (2:23)
Vem Balancar (1:57)
Once More (1:47)
Morte De Um Deus De Sal (2:14)
Ta Por Fora (2:04)
Corcovado (2:30)
Review: The Brazilian composer, pianist and producer, Mario Castro Neves, and his group Samba S. A.'s self-titled album from 1967 oozes with class. It possesses that archetypal 60s bossa nova, jazz, samba sound; up there with Sergio Mendes at his finest, Tambo Trio or Milton Banana - a breezy ride that touches on easy listening at times, but still held together with a cool swagger. Biba and Thais Do Amaral's vocals are on point, with a relaxed delivery that compliments the tracks with the sublime beauty a la vocal groups such as Quarteto Em Cy. Also appearing on the record is bassist extraordinaire Novelli, who worked with Milton Nascimento, Nelson Angelo E Joyce, Airto and many of the greats of Brazilian music of the time.
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Live At Copacabana Palace
Live At Copacabana Palace (translucent blue & green vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: LLM 7836551. Rel: 04 Mar 24
Light As A Feather (6:49)
Partido Alto (4:09)
Existe Isto (4:33)
Montreux (3:43)
Jazz Carnival (10:26)
Dona Olimpa (4:34)
Voo Sobre O Horizonte (5:41)
Review: Brazilian legends Azymuth have been back in focus for a few years now and even playing the European festival circuit. Their legacy was assured long ago with countless super silky jazz, MPB, funk, Latin and salsa fusion sounds that work on any dance floor as well as outdoors in the shining sun. Azymuth: Live at Copacabana Palace is a thrilling testament to the jazz-funk trio's legendary status as it captures the group's electrifying virtuosity and infectious energy. From the hypnotic to the soulful, it's a masterclass in musicality and improvisation that really highlights the chemistry between members Ivan Conti, Alex Malheiros, and Kiko Continentino. A must-have for any Azymuth fan.
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Terra (limited hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl LP + booklet with obi-strip)
Cat: MAR 034. Rel: 25 Jan 21
Salve Se Quem Souber/O Vale Do Quilombo (3:03)
Picadeiro (2:27)
Doce Manha (2:35)
Novos Horizontes (2:40)
Irmazinha (2:26)
Veio Ao Mundo Itibere (2:40)
Acordes E Sementes (2:40)
Nu Musical (2:47)
Vagalume (2:32)
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Kan (LP)
Cat: POE 0001. Rel: 15 Sep 22
Saudacoes (1:04)
Canto De Xango (6:13)
Vassi Oara Omulu Em Si Bemol Menor (9:41)
Opanije Xaxara (5:45)
Ijexa Gnawa (6:40)
Igbi Adja (12:28)
Review: Brazilian saxophonist and composer Glaucus Linx and French percussionist and composer Antoine Olivier are a long-standing and fruitful musical pair. They are known for their unique mix of Afro-Brazilian Candomble rhythms and jazz, and they never sound better than on this album Kan. For the first tie ever the album is now on vinyl and it comes on Brazilian DJ, producer and MIMS resident, DJ Tahira's brand new label in collaboration with Memoria Discos. The sounds manage to be ancient and ancestral as well as contemporary and futuristic. The brilliant 'Canto de Xango' is a standout tune here amongst many.
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