whatmusic.com presents ‘Semuta’ by Semuta, first released on Lee Lambert records. Samba/fusion-influenced jazz from a british quintet led by vibist Ian Ballantine plus guest percussionist Sergio Castillo.
Teddy Rok Seven
whatmusic.com presents ‘Universal Four’ from the truly magnificent Teddy Rok Seven, a blend of organic deep groove funk and the highest quality new soul revival, complemented generously with fine jazz horns and smart hip-hop experimentation!
Jorge Lopez Ruiz 5
whatmusic.com presents ‘De Prepo’ the 1972 classic from premier argentinean bassist Jorge López Ruiz and his quintet – electric Miles meets free jazz in Buenos Aires!
whatmusic.com presents ‘Cheiro Verde’, the 1977 MPB indie classic from flautist Danilo Caymmi & friends, featuring members of Vox Populi plus Milton Nascimento sidemen!
4 No Sucesso
whatmusic.com presents ‘4 No Sucesso’, Breno Sauer’s explosive 1965 follow-up to ‘4 Na Bossa’ this time taking on pop and bossa classics from Brazil, Italy, South Africa, France and England!
Julinho (Julio Barbosa)
O Som do Julinho
whatmusic.com presents ‘O Som do Julinho’, the 1969 album from trumpeter Julio Barbosa. This album features a tight group of the jazzier sidemen of the day – Dom Salvador, Oberdan, Robertino Silva – playing some very beautiful and very groovy music!
Ze Bertrami & Projecto III
whatmusic.com presents ‘Encontro’, the 1970 album from the group that became Azymuth! Already present are the groove, beat and signature keyboard sounds that brought Bertrami & Co worldwide fame!
Samba Na Onda
whatmusic.com presents ‘Samba Na Onda’, the 1964 album from 4 members of the cult group Os Ipanemas which continues the heavily percussive and vocal-led sound with way out harmonies and afro-bossa grooves!
whatmusic.com presents ‘1:30 Na Madrugada’, the 1969 classic from pianist Gilson Peranzetta & friends! The Tema 3 added horns & orchestra to groove on Beatles, Bacharach & Bossa!
Paulo Moura Hepteto
whatmusic.com presents ‘Fibra’, the 1971 brazilian jazz collectors’ classic from Paulo Moura & friends!
whatmusic.com presents ‘Coe-Existence’, from world-renowned reedman Tony Coe. This LP, originally released on Lee Lambert in 1978, features Coe in a rounded selection of classics from Ellington to Nascimento!
whatmusic.com presents CéU, the underground sound of São Paulo. "Samba has an old soul and a new voice".