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Joao Gilberto Chega De Saudade
Introducing the bossa nova in 1959, the original LP plus extras. Appearing effortlessly cultured and crafted, as natural as breath.





Joao Gilberto Live In NYC And Mexico
Most of the A side is from the historic performance with Stan Getz at Carnegie Hall in 1964; the B originally came as En Mexico just after JG moved there in 1974 featuring his classic Farolito, and Besame Mucho...



Astrud Gilberto Now
With Deodato arranging, and the likes of Airto, Billy Cobham, Ron Carter and Mike Longo in the band, and bi-lingual lyrics, this is a winning balance of sexy and deft, jazzy and rootsy.



Jackson Conti Sujinho
Madlib and Azymuth's Ivan Conti!




Joao Donato / Eumir Deodato Donato Deodato
Their legendary 1969 collaboration featuring Whistle Stop, and Airto in full flight.



Antonio Carlos Jobim Stone Flower
Starting to stretch bossa conventions, spurred by his move to Creed Taylor's ambitious set-up, aided by Deodato's brilliant arranging. From 1970, with Airto and Ron Carter; and some lovely electric piano.



Seu Jorge The Model
A sultry-soul take on Kraftwerk, also Everybody Loves The Sunshine various remixes and instrumentals.





Jovem Guarda Golpe Final!
Groovy, fuzzed-out, psychedelic, soulful beat, from late-60s, early-70s Brazil.



Rita Lee Build Up
Her solo debut in 1970, backed by fellow Mutantes, with arrangements by Rogerio Duprat. A flamboyant, tainted pop album. It doesn't sound like Nico at all, but its moves put her in mind.



Liberdade Grande Lua Cheia
Very tasty contemporary recordings from a nine-piece in Bahia, lit up by seventies Brazilian jazz dance, afrobeat and funk, and samba and soulful disco.



Lo Borges
Dazzlingly eclectic post-bossa from Brazil, 1972.




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