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Dudu Lima & João Bosco

O Ronco Da Cuica / Incompatibilidade De Genios (RSD22 EDITION)

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    "One of the best bass players in the world Dudu Lima teams up with Brazilian guitar legend Joao Bosco to record deep, beautiful extended live versions of some of Bosco's most well known tracks. Featuring Azymuth's drummer Ivan Conti, percussion master Marcos Suzano and Dudu Viana on piano. This is a super-limited, one-off, record store day release"

    Azymuth

    Light As A Feather (RSD22 EDITION)

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      Azymuth's career-defining 1979 LP Light As A Feather on blue vinyl for a super-limited, collectors item RSD special. Home to their worldwide disco/fusion hit single 'Jazz Carnival', the samba-doido staple 'Partido Alto', and the proto-deep house masterpiece 'Avenida Das Mangueiras', this album typifies the trio's tireless innovation in the fields of jazz, funk, samba and cosmic music perhaps more so than any of their other ground-breaking records from its era.

      Jose Roberto Bertrami & Os Tatuis

      Os Tatuis

        Rare classic 60s album by Azymuth legend Jose Roberto Bertrami reissued on LP. Best known as the keyboardist and bandleader of legendary trio Azymuth, the late José Roberto Bertrami also wrote for, arranged for and performed with Elis Regina, George Duke, Sarah Vaughn, Jorge Ben, Eddie Palmieri, Milton Nascimento, Flora Purim and Erasmo Carlos, among countless others - But before all of that, in 1965, at the age of just nineteen, Zé Roberto recorded his first studio album with his group Os Tatuís, and the José Roberto Trio in the following year.

        These largely slept-on albums of beautiful, expressive samba jazz and bossa nova stand as a testament to the prodigious genius of one of the most important musicians in Brazil's history.

        Born in 1946 in Tatuí - a small city in the Brazilian state of São Paulo, José Roberto was the eldest of seven children, four of whom became musicians. His father Lázaro was a classical violinist and a professor at Tatuí's public conservatory, the largest music school in Latin America - for which the city is nicknamed "Music City". After two years of piano lessons from the age of seven, Bertrami began losing interest, spending more time playing football and what he himself referred to as "professional vagabondage". At thirteen, as his mother was despairing that her son was going off the rails, Zé Roberto enrolled at the conservatory. "In my two years there, I did seven years' work and then I was expelled. The conservatory was almost entirely a classical music situation, and I'd begun to break some ruleslike holding a jam session at school." A year later, in 1966, Bertrami went back into the studio, but this time stripping the format back to a trio set up. Again featuring Claudio Henrique Betrami on double bass, and with Jovito Coluna on drums, the José Roberto Trio recorded their one and only album, featuring compositions by Baden Powell, Manfredo Fest, and Marcos Valle. The album also featured three of Betrami's own compositions: the wistful "Lilos Watts", the groovy "Kebar" and the dazzling "Talhuama". In the vein of the pioneering Tamba Trio who had so inspired Bertrami in the few years prior, the José Roberto Trio typified an emerging movement within bossa nova in the mid-sixties, with a distinctively Brazilian reimagining of the piano jazz trio sound conceived by the likes of Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson and Ahmad Jamal, and further developed by Bill Evans. Following on from Tamba Trio, in Brazil, the mid-sixties saw a number of great Brazilian bossa jazz trios recording around this time, such as Bossa Três, Milton Banana Trio, Tenório Jr, and Bossa Jazz Trio, the latter another group helmed by Betrami. Both Os Tatuís and José Roberto Trio will be reissued on vinyl, CD and digitally via Far Out Recordings. Across both of these historic albums, Bertrami's stunningly performed compositions are rich with harmonic complexity and rhythmic ingenuity, providing a precursor to some of Bertrami's futuristic fusion with Azymuth later in his career.

        TRACK LISTING

        Vivo Sonhando
        Nuvens
        Inutil Paisagem
        Você
        A Morte De Um Deus De Sal
        Insensatez
        A Bossa Do Ze Roberto
        Primavera
        Samba Do Avião
        Sou Sem Paz
        Minha Namorada
        O Menino Das Laranjas

        Jose Roberto Bertrami

        Jose Roberto Trio

          Rare classic 60s album by Azymuth legend Jose Roberto Bertrami reissued on LP. Best known as the keyboardist and bandleader of legendary trio Azymuth, the late José Roberto Bertrami also wrote for, arranged for and performed with Elis Regina, George Duke, Sarah Vaughn, Jorge Ben, Eddie Palmieri, Milton Nascimento, Flora Purim and Erasmo Carlos, among countless others - But before all of that, in 1965, at the age of just nineteen, Zé Roberto recorded his first studio album with his group Os Tatuís, and the José Roberto Trio in the following year.

          These largely slept-on albums of beautiful, expressive samba jazz and bossa nova stand as a testament to the prodigious genius of one of the most important musicians in Brazil's history.

          Born in 1946 in Tatuí - a small city in the Brazilian state of São Paulo, José Roberto was the eldest of seven children, four of whom became musicians. His father Lázaro was a classical violinist and a professor at Tatuí's public conservatory, the largest music school in Latin America - for which the city is nicknamed "Music City". After two years of piano lessons from the age of seven, Bertrami began losing interest, spending more time playing football and what he himself referred to as "professional vagabondage". At thirteen, as his mother was despairing that her son was going off the rails, Zé Roberto enrolled at the conservatory. "In my two years there, I did seven years' work and then I was expelled. The conservatory was almost entirely a classical music situation, and I'd begun to break some ruleslike holding a jam session at school." A year later, in 1966, Bertrami went back into the studio, but this time stripping the format back to a trio set up. Again featuring Claudio Henrique Betrami on double bass, and with Jovito Coluna on drums, the José Roberto Trio recorded their one and only album, featuring compositions by Baden Powell, Manfredo Fest, and Marcos Valle. The album also featured three of Betrami's own compositions: the wistful "Lilos Watts", the groovy "Kebar" and the dazzling "Talhuama". In the vein of the pioneering Tamba Trio who had so inspired Bertrami in the few years prior, the José Roberto Trio typified an emerging movement within bossa nova in the mid-sixties, with a distinctively Brazilian reimagining of the piano jazz trio sound conceived by the likes of Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson and Ahmad Jamal, and further developed by Bill Evans. Following on from Tamba Trio, in Brazil, the mid-sixties saw a number of great Brazilian bossa jazz trios recording around this time, such as Bossa Três, Milton Banana Trio, Tenório Jr, and Bossa Jazz Trio, the latter another group helmed by Betrami. Both Os Tatuís and José Roberto Trio will be reissued on vinyl, CD and digitally via Far Out Recordings. Across both of these historic albums, Bertrami's stunningly performed compositions are rich with harmonic complexity and rhythmic ingenuity, providing a precursor to some of Bertrami's futuristic fusion with Azymuth later in his career.

          TRACK LISTING

          O Canto De Ossanha
          Da-Me
          Impulso
          Dorme Profundo
          Lilos Walts
          So Tinha Que Ser Voce
          Kebar
          Chuva
          Mar Amar
          Flor De Manha
          Balansamba
          Taluhama

          Freeez

          Keep In Touch

            Far Out Recordings presents a double bill of two monumental Brit funk classics. Keep In Touch and Stay were the first two 12” singles by the iconic Freeez, both self-funded passion projects of its founding member John Rocca, for his own Pink Rhythm imprint.

            It all started over the counter at Derek’s Records on Petticoat Lane, London in the mid-70s. Rocca - at the time a budding teenage percussionist - met the prolific guitarist, composer, producer and all round brit funk fixer Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick (also the father of Far Out producer Daniel Maunick). Best known as the founding member of Light of the World, Incognito, and more recently Str4ta, Bluey’s involvement in the origins of Freeez are lesser known, but no less crucial. Bluey invited Rocca to a weekly jam session in an East London basement, where they would develop their craft, form their first band Freeez and develop the idea for ‘Keep In Touch’: “Back in the basement there was this one particular track we were playing that I really loved. It had a groove that I thought I could sell” Rocca reminisces.

            Going against the advice of all the musicians involved, who thought he was mad and set to lose all his money, John decided to go full DIY, hire out a high end studio in the West End to record ‘Keep In Touch’ and release it as a private press, birthing his now famed Pink Rhythm label. Featuring Bluey on guitar, Peter Maas on bass, Paul Morgan on drums, Jason Wright on keyboards, and John Rocca on percussion, Keep In Touch was a surprise underground hit selling over 5000 copies and reaching #49 in the UK, leading Freeez into a record deal with Pye / Calibre.

            Still giddy from the experience of having produced and pressed his first record at the age of just 19, John set out to do it all again with ‘Stay’ and ‘Hot Footing It’, enlisting Bluey & co once again. This time Rocca attempted to take things to the next level by adding vocals into the mix. Though this new arrangement initially backfired and cost John the deal with Pye / Calibre who weren’t feeling the slight change of vibe, original copies of the Stay 12” have become one of the most in demand from the brit funk canon.

            These foundational DIY 12” singles paved the way for Freeez to become a household name in the history of British funk who went on to record hits like ‘Southern Freeze’ and ‘IOU’ as well as underground cult classics like ‘Melodies of Love’ and ‘India’ as Pink Rhythm, John Rocca’s later formation of Freeez named after his imprint.

            Far Out will be releasing a very limited run of the two 12”s (1000 copies of each), both redesigned in the style of the original private presses.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Keep In Touch
            2. Keep In Touch (Edit)

            Freeez

            Stay / Hot Footing It

              Far Out Recordings presents a double bill of two monumental Brit funk classics. Keep In Touch and Stay were the first two 12” singles by the iconic Freeez, both self-funded passion projects of its founding member John Rocca, for his own Pink Rhythm imprint.

              It all started over the counter at Derek’s Records on Petticoat Lane, London in the mid-70s. Rocca - at the time a budding teenage percussionist - met the prolific guitarist, composer, producer and all round brit funk fixer Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick (also the father of Far Out producer Daniel Maunick). Best known as the founding member of Light of the World, Incognito, and more recently Str4ta, Bluey’s involvement in the origins of Freeez are lesser known, but no less crucial. Bluey invited Rocca to a weekly jam session in an East London basement, where they would develop their craft, form their first band Freeez and develop the idea for ‘Keep In Touch’: “Back in the basement there was this one particular track we were playing that I really loved. It had a groove that I thought I could sell” Rocca reminisces.

              Going against the advice of all the musicians involved, who thought he was mad and set to lose all his money, John decided to go full DIY, hire out a high end studio in the West End to record ‘Keep In Touch’ and release it as a private press, birthing his now famed Pink Rhythm label. Featuring Bluey on guitar, Peter Maas on bass, Paul Morgan on drums, Jason Wright on keyboards, and John Rocca on percussion, Keep In Touch was a surprise underground hit selling over 5000 copies and reaching #49 in the UK, leading Freeez into a record deal with Pye / Calibre.

              Still giddy from the experience of having produced and pressed his first record at the age of just 19, John set out to do it all again with ‘Stay’ and ‘Hot Footing It’, enlisting Bluey & co once again. This time Rocca attempted to take things to the next level by adding vocals into the mix. Though this new arrangement initially backfired and cost John the deal with Pye / Calibre who weren’t feeling the slight change of vibe, original copies of the Stay 12” have become one of the most in demand from the brit funk canon.

              These foundational DIY 12” singles paved the way for Freeez to become a household name in the history of British funk who went on to record hits like ‘Southern Freeze’ and ‘IOU’ as well as underground cult classics like ‘Melodies of Love’ and ‘India’ as Pink Rhythm, John Rocca’s later formation of Freeez named after his imprint.

              Far Out will be releasing a very limited run of the two 12”s (1000 copies of each), both redesigned in the style of the original private presses.

              STAFF COMMENTS

              Matt says: Another essential Brit-funk group headed by John Rocca. You probably know "Southern Freez" but I think "Stay", featured here, pips it to the post. Either way, these fresh reissues are a welcome addition to any boogie / funk / disco record collection.

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Stay

              2. Hot Footing It

              Throughout a career that has spanned over twenty years and seen collaborations with MF DOOM, Thom Yorke, Damon Albarn, BadBadNotGood, Portishead’s Beth Gibbons, Kimbra and Khujo Goodie (Dungeon Family), Jneiro Jarel’s consistently distinctive, forward thinking productions, as well as his love for the music of Brazil, made his partnership with Far Out a perfect fit. Recorded between New York, New Orleans, Miami and Costa Rica, After A Thousand Years features legendary multi-instrumentalist Bill Summers, famed for his work with Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones and Eddie Henderson. The album also features Malawian-American guitarist Masauko Chipembere who has worked with the likes of RZA from Wu-Tang Clan and Ladybug Mecca from Digable Planets. In 2018 Far Out Recordings signed a record deal with Brooklyn born, nomadic producer Jneiro Jarel.

              Having just put the finishing touches to the recordings, Jarel suffered an ischemic stroke while living and working in Costa Rica and his wife Indigo was forced to set up a crowd fund to cover special medical transport back to the states to receive treatment. The release was put on hold, but thanks to the generosity of friends and fans around the world, Jarel was able to get the care he needed and is now on the long road to recovery. For Jarel, After A Thousand Years is “a culmination of the longstanding musical contributions of the African diaspora.” Permeating the Brazilian music and Latin jazz Jarel has loved and drawn inspiration from, as well as the stateside jazz, soul and funk Jarel grew up around, the influence of Africa and its musical history, on both North and South America, is key to the album’s sound.

              On lead single “Banana Peel”, Jarel’s outernational perspective makes for a track that is almost impossible to place geographically: you can hear the swing of Jarel’s native New Orleans jazz, the vibrance of Costa Rican rainforests as well as the influence of Jarel’s vast collection of Brazilian records. “Viberian Waves 1&2” is equally nonconformist, morphing from funky baroque-flavoured instrumental hip hop into a bossa inspired, percussive jam. Taking its inspiration from the biblical prophecies found in the books of Isaiah, Daniel, and Revelation, foretelling the fully realized, physical and spiritual restoration of the earth and mankind after the thousand year reign of the Messianic Kingdom, After A Thousand Years contemplates and celebrates a world where everlasting love, peace, and harmony abound under a sovereign, divine rulership

              TRACK LISTING

              1. If I Could See Heaven Without Dying Feat: Scott Burton 
              2. Ce-les-tial
              3. Sunwalkers Part Two And Three Feat: Bill Summers 
              4. Just A Little While Longer
              5. African Bahia Sol Feat: Dr Who Dat? 
              6. Viberian Waves 1 & 2 Feat: Capitol Peoples 
              7. Broken Arted 
              8. Banana Peel (C Scara De Pl Tano) Featuring Masauko Chipembere
              9. Let The Cu Ca Play Feat: Cafe, Micr Climate 
              10. TROP-PICS

              Milton Nascimento

              Ultimo Trem

                THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2020 RELEASE AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY AS PART OF THE AUGUST 29TH DROP DAY AT 6PM.
                LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.


                First time on vinyl! Following the release of Milton Nascimento's Maria Maria, Far Out Recordings proudly presents Nascimento's 1980 follow up.With the success of Maria Maria in 1976 behind them, Nascimento reunited with his writing partner Fernando Brant in 1980 to produce another ballet, 'Ultimo Trem (Last train)'.This time, they chose to tackle a more contemporarily relevant subject, the impact of the closure of a train line that connected certain towns and cities in the North East of Minas Gerais to the coast."The military government shut down the route and the whole region began to fade away," explains Milton."I love train rides" adds the composer, "But today there are almost no trains to Brazil.So when I go to the US and Europe, any time I can, I go by train.The longer the journey the better." Featuring much of the same all-star line-up as Maria Maria ñ including legendary Brazilian musicians Nan· Vasconcelos, Jo„o Donato, Paulinho Jobim and members of Som Imagin·rio, amongst many others, like Maria Maria, the album holds what Milton himself considers to be the definitive versions of some of his most beloved tracks, including 'SaÌdas E Bandeiras' and 'Ponte de Areia'. The title track, 'Ultimo Trem' ñ performed exquisitely by ZezÈ Mota with a choir and piano ñ is a mournful lament about the human consequences of the axed line.The ballet brought great media attention to the campaign against closure."Most of Fernando's lyrics have some political tone," says Milton, "This one helped the area a lot because the politicians grew concerned about the subjects." Fernando's and Milton's shared passion for the sounds, smells and memories of trains, inspired the soundtrack for the production which premiËred in 1980.'A Viagem (The trip)', launched with a train's steam whistle, sees Milton's guitar moving to a train's rhythm.In contrast to the usual lyricism, 'Bicho Homen (Beastly man)' and 'Decreto (Degree)' are atypically upbeat and funky, their vocals a mesh of wordless male voices resembling the then fashionable Swingles Singers' renderings of Bach.'E DaÌ? (And so what?)', and 'Olho d'Agua (Water's Eye)' were both drawn from 'Clube Da Esquina'.'Olho d'Agua' is mellow and delicate and Milton's homage to the great voices of Brazil whilst 'E DaÌ? (And so what?)' is a stunning mosaic of voices.The unusual 'O Velho (The Old Man)' conjures up an image of an old shaman singing alone into the wind against the cries of nature.Perhaps the most affecting songs are Nascimento's 'Itamarandiba' and 'OraÁ„o (Prayer)'.The latter is a cry for a change in the situation whilst 'Itamarandiba' ends with an upbeat, whirling Hammond organ and guitar timepiece.The closing track 'Ponta de Areia (Sand Edge)', was based on one of Fernando's newspaper stories and became one of Milton's most famous pieces, covered by musicians across the planet, including Wayne Shorter and Earth, Wind and Fire.It reappeared as a ghostly 45-seconds memory on the 'Milton e Gil' album, his millennial collaboration with Gilberto Gil. After 27 years of being locked inside contracts and record company legalities, these sublime songs were finally released in 2003 as a double CD package, along with Maria Maria.Set for its first ever vinyl release for this year's Record Store Day, on limited edition red vinyl, Ultimo Trem sounds as fresh and relevant now as when Brazilian music was still a South American secret. TRACKLIST A1.ABERTURA: MINAS Novelli Arlequim - 5.48 A2.PONTE DE AREIA (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 5.58 A3.POVO DA RA«A BRASIL (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 5.22 B1.A VIAGEM (Milton Nascimento) - 4.09 B2.ENCONTROS E DESPEDIDAS (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 2.10 B3.A LUA GIROU AdaptaÁ„o de Milton Nascimento sobre tema folclÛrico - 3.34 B4.BICHO HOMEN (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 2.39 B5.DECRETO (Milton Nascimento) - 2.25 B6.OLHA D'AGUA (Paulo Jobim/Ronaldo Bastos) - 4.29 C1.⁄LTIMO TREM (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 4.29 C2.E DAÕ? (Milton Nascimento/Ruy Guerra) - 5.12 C3.SAÕDAS E BANDEIRAS (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 3.47 C4.O VELHO (Milton Nascimento) - 1.49 D1.BOLA DE MEIA, BOLA DE GUDE (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 2.51 D2.ORA«√O (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 1.28 D3.ITAMARANDIBA (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 2.47 D4.ROUPA NOVA (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 5.27 D5.PONTE DE AREIA (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 4.10

                London based Brazilian specialists Far Out Recordings venture further out to Uruguay to record a new album with fusion legend Hugo Fattoruso. After a twenty-year search for the man behind the cult 70s jazz-funk group Opa, Far Out are honoured to present Barrio Opa: a new work from Fattoruso and his team of world-class musicians, including the sensational Candombe drumming of the renowned Silva brothers.

                Recorded at Sondor Studios, Montevideo, the album is the natural development of the original Opa sound, fusing Afro-Uruguayan rhythms, jazz harmony and heavy funk attitude, under Hugo’s unique musical vision.

                Fusing Candombe (traditional rhythm of Uruguay) with rock, jazz, funk and other Latin American rhythms, Opa created a distinctive Afro-Uruguayan voice within the global jazz vernacular, influencing a generation of musicians throughout the seventies and beyond. Fattoruso also famously collaborated extensively with Airto Moreia, arranging and playing on a plethora of hit records including Fingers and I’m Fine, How Are You. More recently Fattoruso’s music has been sampled by the likes Flying Lotus and Madlib.

                Recorded at the state of the art Sondor Studios in Montevideo’s iconic Barrio Sur district, the album features some of the world class musicians at the forefront of today’s Uruguayan jazz scene, including Hugo’s son Francisco Fattoruso on bass, Tato Bolognini on drums, Albana Barrocas on percussion and Nicolas Ibarburu on electric guitar. The album also features the Candombe drumming of the legendary Silva brothers, Mathias, Guillermo Diaz and Wellington, who give the album its Afro-Uruguayan identity, transporting the listener to Barrio Sur, the spiritual home of Montevideo’s Candombe heritage.

                In Hugo’s own words “this is the sound of Opa today.” This is most prevalent on ‘Goldenwings’ the fresh take on the funk-fusion masterpiece which became an underground hit in London jazz clubs in the 80s ‘. The stripped back yet equally rip-roaring trio piece ‘Botijas’ is led by Hugo’s virtuosic piano playing and hypnotic wordless vocals, and backed by an inventive, heavy grooving fusion of Latin rhythms from Tato Bolognini on drums. The shining moments for the Silva brothers’ Tambor playing are ‘Candombelek’ - a beautifully moody Afro-Uruguyan groove with characterful rhodes and vocal harmonies - and ‘Candombe Alto’, a carnival-esque track, awash with soaring synth lead, wahwah guitar and pulsating keys.

                TRACK LISTING

                La Del Cheche
                Botijas
                Candombe Beat Funk
                El Romance Del Sordo
                Trenes De Tokyo
                Candombelek**
                Candombe Alto
                Llamada Ins Lita
                Antes
                Goldenwings
                For You To Be Proud**

                **CD Only

                Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos

                Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos

                  Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos was a band formed by prolific and multitalented Brazilian comedians Chico Anysio and Arnaud Rodrigues. Satirising Brazil’s Tropicalia movement in the 1970s, the duo took a friendly crack at the likes of Caetano Veloso and psychedelic rockers Novos Baianos, with their righteous tropicalista alter-egos ‘Baiano’ and ‘Paulinho Boca de Profeta’ poetically denouncing the dictatorship while simultaneously mocking those who took themselves too seriously.

                  Jazz funk legends Azymuth play backing band with keyboard maestro Jose Roberto Bertrami also responsible for the arrangements on the album. Azymuth’s free and funky psych sounds combine with accordion, harmonica, brass and plenty of rural Brazilian rhythms, for a hugely varied album drawing on MPB, funk and soulful samba rock.

                  The album also features Orlandivo who co-wrote many of the songs, and renowned multi-instrumentalist and producer Durval Ferreira.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Vo Bate Pa Tu
                  Nega
                  Cidadao Da Mata
                  Urubu Ta Com Raiva Do Boi
                  Aldeia
                  Ciranda
                  Folia De Rei
                  Veio Zuza
                  Selva De Feras
                  Tributo Ao Regional
                  Dendalei

                  In 1975, the prolific and multi-talented Brazilian comedians Chico Anysio and Arnaud Rodrigues recorded an album based on the protagonist of one of their most celebrated TV series.
                  Sporting a dodgy moustache and an equally troubling haircut, Carioca conman Paulo Mauricio Azambuja (played by Anysio) would flog his own mother’s leg if he could, and his ever-ridiculous scams are inevitably always destined to fail. This soundtrack/musical re-imagining of the series combines jazz-funk with samba soul and MPB, with the help of cult Brazilian trio Azymuth. Keyboard maestro Jose Roberto Bertrami, who arranged the album alongside renowned conductor and composer Jose Menezes, elevates the groovy oddball sound to another dimension, with his set up including Fender Rhodes, Arp Strings, Arp Omni, Clavinet and Hammond organ. Remaining Azymuth members Ivan Conti (drums) and Alex Malheiros (bass) provide the signature Azymuth foundation, and saxophone prodigy Victor Assis Brasil and legendary multi-instrumentalist producer Durval Ferreira also feature.
                  As well as its distinctly comedic character, what makes the music so special is the coming together of traditional samba roots, and Azymuth’s ahead-of-itstime psychedelic funk influence. Each side ends with a comedy monologue, complete with live audience laughter, but before that you get seven tracks of weird and wonderfully emotive Brazilian groove music.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  Nega Brecho
                  Ao Bililico
                  Tema Do Azambuja
                  Monologo No. 1
                  Maristela
                  O Poste Da Rua
                  Verde
                  A Turma
                  Monologo No. 2

                  The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra Feat. Jose Roberto Bertrami

                  The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra

                    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2014 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                    A super disco project to celebrate RSD 2014 and Far Out Recordings 20th year! Made with love by Far Out's Favourite artists including late legend 'Maestro Jose Roberto Bertrami', along with 'Arthur Verocai', 'Alex Malheiros' & many of Rio's finest musicians including a full orchestra. This has been recorded & mastered to give you the full vinyl experience & is the first album of an ongoing series. The record was produced in the best studio in Rio de Janeiro, with all old equipments including 2" Ampex tape, Neve compressors, SSL desk and needless to say all the best delicate treatments to retain that analogue feel and sound along the way to this release.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    LP 1:
                    Mystery (FOMDO Feat Arthur Verocai) /
                    Keep Believing (Can You Feel It)
                    A Disco Supreme (FOMDO Feat Arthur Verocai)
                    The Last Carnival
                    LP 2:
                    Vendetta
                    Keep Believing (Can You Feel It) (SS Translation By Theo Parrish) Special Radio Edit
                    Don't Cha Know He's Alright (JR Bertrami / J Davis) /
                    Freefall (JR Bertrami / JDavis) /
                    Mystery (Instrumental) (A Verocai / J Davis)


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