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Caetano Veloso Caetano Veloso
Landmark Tropicalia debut from 1968.



Venezuela Gerson Garcia, Bandola Des Llanos
The joropo, pasaje and tonada (with roots in sixteenth-century Spain) played on the bandola, a pear-shaped, four-stringed guitar, made from cedar with maracas and cuatro accompaniment.



Venezuela Diablos Songs And Drums
From the Central Coast, afro music for rites and festivals, sharing with salsa drums like the cumaco (using the heel of the hand to vary pitch) and redondo, besides cow horns, car wheels, plates, sea shells.




Arthur Verocai Timeless
Revisiting his monumental 1972 LP with Airto, Azymuth and co the album which puts him up there with Axelrod, Charles Stepney and Zappa. 'I could listen to it every day for the rest of my life,' says Madlib.



Arthur Verocai
Wonderful 1972 LP. 'I used to listen to Blood Sweat And Tears, Chicago, Stan Kenton, Wes Montgomery, Jimmy Webb, Frank Zappa, Herbie Hancock, Bill Evans, Miles Davis, Milton Nascimento, Bossa Nova, among others.'



Victor Deme Victor Deme
Beatiful, lyrical and direct 'the classic sound of good-time West Africa', for Mojo.




Victrola Favorites Artifacts From Bygone Days
144 colour pages of de luxe, clothbound porno for record nuts, and two fabulous discs of 1920s-50s Burmese guitars, Persian folk, fado, hillbilly and co, from Sublime Frequencies co-conspirators. Back in.



Vietnam Nguyen Vinh Bao Ensemble
Refined, improvisatory, endangered traditional music for a quartet of two-stringed spike-fiddle, zither, two lutes.



Vieux Farka Toure Vieux Farka Toure
Also featuring his dad Ali Farka Toure and Toumani Diabate.




Vinicius Cantuaria Cymbals
Traditional latin rhythms meet jazz and Brazilian folk, via a stellar cast including Brad Mehldau, Marc Ribot, saxophonist Dave Binney, trumpeter Michael Leonard and cellist Erik Friedlander.



Vinicius De Moraes and Baden Powell Os Afro-Sambas
Vinicius' rich, cultured, feeling riposte to the commercialization of Bossa Nova, with accompaniment from the great guitarist whose solo album A Vontade is thrown in and the Quarteto Em Cy.