Quarteto Edison Machado
whatmusic.com presents 'Obras'. This truly great work on a Brasilian indie label by peerless baterista Edison Machado has been unknown outside of a few lucky collectors. Think post-Coltrane Samba Jazz!
whatmusic.com presents Atlantis, the 1973 Jazz/Funk Orchestra Classic
INCLUDES club classic hit single: ‘STRAUSSMANIA’
Talento Brasileira 7
As Musicas De Milton Nascimento
whatmusic.com presents Jaime & Nair’s “As Musicas De Milton Nascimento”, original experimentation from the duo bursting with 60's soul and Brazilian melodies. It features beautiful choral arrangements, floating folk ballads and bossa laments. Welcome then to the music of Milton Nascimento!
Ronnie Biggs' Story
whatmusic.com presents 'Mailbag Blues', the 1974 original soundtrack to the life of Ronnie Biggs. This is Ronnie's story expressed by some of the great musicians of the day in Brazil, led by his friend and fellow music lover, the American Bass player Bruce Henry. Recorded in Rio de Janeiro 30 years ago, this is the first time this album has ever been released!
Enrique Ibarguren Trio
whatmusic.com presents ‘Sometime Ago’, from the aristocratic Enrique Ibarguren Trio. The finest mellow South American jazz produced by Argentinean keyboard maestro Fernando Gelbard!
whatmusic.com presents ‘Bambu’, from brazilian keyboard wizard Marcos Ariel. ‘Bambu’ is a classic samba-fusion date showcasing Ariel on Fender Rhodes and acoustic piano, supported by world-class players!
Vitor Assis Brasil
whatmusic.com presents ‘Trajeto’, the 2nd Album from legendary alto saxophonist Vitor Assis Brasil. Recorded in Rio for Equipe, ‘Trajeto’ features a galaxy of young brasilian jazz stars and exudes the urgency and fire of a killer late 60s modal jazz date!
whatmusic.com presents ‘Bebeto’. A little-known LP from the Tamba Trio members led by bass/sax player Bebeto. A mix of João Gilberto/Jobim style vocals with the inimitable Fender-led Tamba sound!
Edson e Tita Lobo
Partiu Do Alto
whatmusic.com presents 'Partiu do Alto'. Another undiscovered classic from Edson Lobo and Tita featuring bossa baron Donato!
whatmusic.com presents 'Didi', Argentinean pianist Fernando Gelbard's killer debut (and only) '74 LP. 'Didi' is a potent mix of Fender Rhodes & Moog with scatting percussionists and fierce tenor sax - Coltrane meets candombe!!!
whatmusic.com presents 'Zumba 5', another rare nugget from the Musidisc vaults! Ultra-modern jazzy vibes covering classics by Mereilles, Milt Jackson & the Beatles. Boss jazz bossa!
Teddy Rok Seven
whatmusic.com presents the 12" single from Teddy Rok Seven’s new album: Universal Four with remixes from Afterlife & Domu! + originals