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The incredible range of the music produced in Brazil is always dominated by the unceasing Brazilian rhythms - whether it is a slow ballad or a dazzling Samba. Rhythm is …
Brazilian-born singer, composer and producer Celia Malheiros delights us with an Amazonian patchwork of rhythms, delivering a gem of an album comprising eleven tracks of…
Over the years, I have found that Two For Brazil never fails to amaze with its unique Brazilian jazz sounds. Featuring the talents of Paulinho Garcia and Greg Fishman, e…
Here's another one for the Great-Music-That-Might-Go-Unnoticed department. Bassist Nilson Matta is not exactly a household name but he is a musician's musician. Originally …
It is always a special pleasure to listen to the music of Paulinho Garcia. Whether he is playing guitar or singing, or both, his outstanding, sensitive delivery style sh…
Vocalist Miguel De Leon is an amiable throwback to the golden era of Brazilian music - the days of the Bossa Nova craze, now more than 40 years past. De Leon’s understat…
Everyone raves about Romero Lubambo, particularly guitarists. He has been described by the late Herbie Mann as "the best Brazilian guitarist there is," and by Jazziz…
Brazilian composer, producer and guitarist Mario Adnet personifies Brazilian jazz music done just right. Adnet who has been recording since the 1970s has finally release…
Heralded by many in the music industry for his drumming/percussion session work, Brazilian artiste Nanny Assis shines as a lead vocalist throughout this wondrously produ…
Jazz was born in the Americas but has earned its reputation as an universal music growing and developing in unique directions all over the world. The Italian Jazz scene …