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Airto Free
With George Benson, Keith Jarrett (nice version of Lucky Southern), Chick Corea (likewise Return To Forever), Stanley Clarke, Ron Carter and on the outstanding, rootsy, title-track freak-out Flora Purim.



Leny Andrade En Mexico
Accompanied in 1966 by Breno Sauer (vibraphone), Portinho (drums), Erneo Eger (bass) and Adao Pinheiro (piano)




Azymuth Aurora
The limber Azymuth jazz-funk-samba blend, box-fresh but eighties-style, the genuine article. Ain't no school like old school.



Back To Peru Volume II
'The rarest grooves from Peru, including garage stompers, psych-pop, raunchy funk, Latin rock and anything in between.'




Geracao Bendita
Heavy, rare, Brazilian-psych soundtrack from 1971 with lashings of fuzz, English and Portuguese vocals by both male and female singers, and all original compositions.




Bossa Nova Bossa Nova And The Rise Of Brazilian Music In The 1960s
The CDs come with a seventy-five-page booklet. Wonderful music, of course.



Brazil 70 After Tropicalia: New Directions in Brazilian Music in the 1970's
Excellent sequel, staying with key players like Tom Ze, Gilbert Gil, Caetano Veloso, Joyce, Gal Costa and Rita Lee and adding less familiar names to the mix.




Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas
The Psych Funk 101 selectors smashing it over again with this lovingly annotated selection of 45s.



Brazilika: Gilles Peterson Explorations Deep Inside The Vaults
Happy returns to Far Out on its fifteenth birthday; hats off to the legendary Joe Davis' accomplishments must be the greatest Brazilian music label of all time, outside Brazil. Gilles rises to the occasion.




Domingo Cura Tiempo De Percusion: An Anthology, 1971-77
From four solo albums by the Argentinian percussionist, master of the traditional Bomba drum: dj-tool workouts to piano-dappled rhythm fantasias, Afro-Latin sax grooves to roots. Check the opener.



Di Melo
Sassy, imperious, 70s fusion of Brazilian pop (MPB), regional folk, soul and funk. Hermeto Pascoal, Heraldo Dumont, Geraldo Vandre, Jose Briamonte... Kilario, A Vida, Pernalonga...



Joao Gilberto Joao Gilberto
Wonderful a desert island disc. Vinyl from Klimt.



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