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To Jobim With Love

Label: Big World Music
Released: 2008

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Meditation

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Label: Big World Music
Released: 2008
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Album

Time for Love

Label: Big World Music
Released: 2003

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Tahna Running: Time for Love

Read "Time for Love" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes


It's clear from the first note of Tahna Running's American debut CD, Time For Love, that she isn't your run-of-the-mill twenty-first century singer. Just as dipping one's foot into a pool doesn't qualify as swimming, putting a couple of jazz songs on a pop CD doesn't create a jazz singer. Time for Love is a full ...

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Candombe

Label: Big World Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Lonjas de Cuareim; Biricunyamba; Baile de los Morenos; Yo Tambi

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Trio Fattoruso

Label: Big World Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Esa Tristeza; Trio Celeste; S.T.C.-P.M.; Beginning; Charlando Con Jorge Graf; A Morte De Um Deus De Sal; Queixa; De Igual A Igual; Tiempo; Corre Nina; Melodia A Christian; Distortion Generator; Ahchi Kohchi; Gospel For J.F.P. III.

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Homework

Label: Big World Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Brisas; Milonga Blues; Conmigo; Melodia en Candombe; Atardecer; Agua y Aceite; Aero Rings; Todo Voce; Islands

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Grupo del Cuareim: Candombe

Read "Candombe" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Candombe, we’re told in the liner notes to this delightful album, is an Afro–Uruguayan rhythm that extends beyond music to embody a way of life, one that was lovingly portrayed in the paintings of Pedro Figari (1861–1938), to whose memory it is dedicated. The picture here is one of pulsating Latin rhythms underpinning lambent group vocals ...

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Hugo Fattoruso: Homework

Read "Homework" reviewed by Dave Hughes


Producer Neil Weiss founded the Big Music label in order to release some live performances of legendary bassist Jaco Pastorius in various configurations. After the label was off the ground, he turned his attention to the south and released some noteworthy CDs by steel drummer Othello Molineaux, Brazilian Toninho Horta, and a nice collaboration between Romero ...

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Trio Fattoruso: Trio Fattoruso

Read "Trio Fattoruso" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins


Enlightening Uruguayan fusion for the new millennium. In the late 50s, young brothers Hugo and Jorge Fattoruso played in Uruguayan street festivals with their washtub-bassist father Antonio. A few years later the brothers founded the popular Latin-rock band Los Shakers, and eventually the New York fusion band Opa, which combined the traditional candombe rhythms of their ...


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