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Old 01-08-2019, 09:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
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This has been high on my list of recent albums.
Produced by Thiago Nassif. Twenty year old
Ana Frango Elétrico ("Ana Electric Chicken")
with her debut album.
I can't believe you know Ana Frango Elétrico HAHA, please keep it up rostasi! PS: Hermeto Pascoal is SO GREAT!

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This one is an all-time favorite of mine.

Not a bossa nova album (though, there is a little bit of it here) but it is Brazilian and it is jazz (among other things)...
That's very good Psy, I din't know this one, thanks a lot for introducing!!





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Old 01-08-2019, 09:12 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I don't really know anything about bossa nova except for some casual listening to the standards in the genre, so I think I'll have to scour this thread and check all this out. Thanks for starting this, xico.
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I don't really know anything about bossa nova except for some casual listening to the standards in the genre, so I think I'll have to scour this thread and check all this out. Thanks for starting this, xico.
You're welcome man! And whenever you discover something cool share whit us!
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I stumbled across this album a year or so ago while I was looking for something else. Japanese bossa nova that sounds convincing enough that it almost could have come right out of Brazil during the 1960's...

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Two albums that got lots of play at home.

The Airto track, Lucky Southern (written by Keith Jarrett),
was one of those tunes where I just had to transcribe the piano
solo for vibraphone because I was so utterly taken in by its expert
phrasing that I really wanted to learn it.



and, of course, Cal Tjader - best known for the Chano Pozo tune, Soul Sauce -
with his later album Amazonas and its João Donato title tune. Notice George Duke.

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Two albums that got lots of play at home.

The Airto track, Lucky Southern (written by Keith Jarrett),
was one of those tunes where I just had to transcribe the piano
solo for vibraphone because I was so utterly taken in by its expert
phrasing that I really wanted to learn it.


and, of course, Cal Tjader - best known for the Chano Pozo tune, Soul Sauce -
with his later album Amazonas and its João Donato title tune. Notice George Duke.
Vibraphone is so cool! Roy Ayers is probably my favorite american musician btw. I guess you should record this solo and post it here haha
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I stumbled across this album a year or so ago while I was looking for something else. Japanese bossa nova that sounds convincing enough that it almost could have come right out of Brazil during the 1960's...
Very good indeed!

Well, as Brazil is the country with the largest japanese population outside Japan, no wonder there would be at least one nippo-brazilian Bossa Nova famous musician, and this is Lisa Ono. A singer who had a key role in popularizing Brazilian music in Japan:




"Lamp" is one of the latest bands in Japanese independent music scene which has Bossa as a major influence:




And the master Ryuichi Sakamoto also recorded with the Brazilian duo Jacques and Paula Morelenbaum a nice Bossa album called "Casa":

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