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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.



Bud Shank Holiday In Brazil
Gary Peacock and Chuck Flores drive the grooves along; Shank's alto and flute interplay with guitarist Laurindo Almeida is liquid and beautiful. Coupled with Latin Contrasts, also for World Pacific in 1958.



Rita Lee Hoje E O Primeiro Dia Do Resto Da Sua Vida
About-turning from the squinty pop apostasy of her solo debut, this follow-up is pure, extravagant Mutantes genius, and a Tropicalia must-have.



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.




Os Mutantes Tecnicolor
Recorded in Paris in 1970 (but not released till recently), revisiting classics like Baby and Panis Et Circenses from the first two albums, in English. Heavyweight vinyl.



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



Mulatu / Dilla / Verocai Timeless
With tremendous ambition, showcasing the music of all three, live with full orchestras. Mulatu versus Phil Ranelin and Bennie Maupin; Dilla featuring Bilal and Dwele; Verocai doing over his 1972 masterpiece.




Bill Evans And Luiz Eca Piano Four Hands
Previously unissued piano duets recorded live in a Rio bar in 1979, some tracks with Marc Johnson sitting in, and one with Leny Andrade singing.





Madlib Medicine Show No. 2
'An 80-minute guided tour through three or four decades of Brazilian funk, psychedelic, prog-rock and jazz.'