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Brazilian Days by Paul Winter and Oscar Castro-Neves

This CD will become a classic of its kind. Lyrical, melodic, it soars in its unique beauty of soulful expression. A very intimate sound. A CD to have playing in the background while you are making love. Paul Winter is at his very finest. Winter on soprano sax, with Oscar Castro-Neves on guitar, Nilson Matta on bass, Paulo Braga on drums, and Paul Halley on pipe organ on "Canto Triste," among others. Cassio Duarte, percussion, on :Aula de Matematica," among others.

This is a richly textured musical adventure and one you won't want to miss! Jazz listeners will also find the notes in the accompanying CD interesting reading, and a good introduction to the musical climate of Brazil, and how enduring the Brazilian music has become throughout the world. Excellent CD.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Paul Winter and Oscar Castro-Neves
  • CD Title: Brazilian Days
  • Genre: Brazilian Jazz / Brazilian Pop Jazz
  • Year Released: 1998
  • Record Label: Living Music
  • Musicians: Paul Winter (Soprano sax), Oscar Castro-Neves (Guitar), Nilson Matta (Bass), Paulo Braga (Drums), Paul Halley (Pipe organ), Cassio Duarte (Percussion)
  • Rating: Five Stars
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