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Astor Piazzolla Piazzolla... O No?
The dramatic, rough-hewn, brilliant debut recordings of the Quintet from 1961. Two original LPs the first mostly AP arrangements, the second mostly his compositions, including Adios Nonino, on his dad's death.




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.





Opa Golden Wings
The Uruguayans' first, best Milestone album Airto producing, Hermeto Pascoal guesting, with the jazz-dance bomb African Bird. A buzzing, seamless blend of jazz-fusion flash with diverse rootical influences.




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



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



Tulipa Efemera
Playful, melodic, tropical pop, up-to-the-minute but with roots in seventies Brazilian music. Featuring a stellar cast of top young Brazilian artists; and a smash there last summer.




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.



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



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.



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.