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Saga

Label: Jazz Station Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Disc 1: Canção Praieira; Novos Cariocas (Anat's Song); A La Vuelta; Brasileirão; Flying Waltz; Altinho; Vida Nova; Pilotos; Opa!; Ânima 2; Palinha do Vinho. Disc 2: Brahms; Porta Aflora; A Velha Sozinha; Tango; Samba da Mistura; Nosso Borogodó Coió.

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Rodrigo Lima: Saga

Read "Saga" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


“I fell in love with the jazz guitar--all kinds of jazz guitarists, from Jim Hall to Pat Metheny to Luis Bonfá, by listening to their records," explains Brazilian composer, arranger, bandleader and guitarist Rodrigo Lima. Saga luxuriously extends this jazz guitar love affair across the American and Brazilian continents--it was recorded in New ...

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Opus Samba

Label: Jazz Station Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Samba de Nanh; Too High; Vida Vira Vida; Dormideira; Cochise; Traducao Simultanea; Samba de Copa; Cantagalo; Mulher de 15 Metros; Missing Dom Um; Mr. Bertrami; Pro Rene.

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Fabio Fonseca Trio: Opus Samba

Read "Opus Samba" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Arnaldo DeSouteiro produced Opus Samba to feature Fonseca's funky Hammond B-3 organ in his trio with Pedro Leao (bass) and Mac William (drums). Though you won't hear any jazz standards on its set list or many harmonically adventurous jazz solos in its jams, the very musical way that Fonseca and friends blend together jazz, Brazilian, Latin ...

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Autumn in New York

Label: Jazz Station Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: I Fall in Love Too Easily; Walking Down the Street; Autumn in New York; You Were Born to Be Mine (Absolut Lee); She Was Too Good to Me; How Insensitive; Unisphere; You Don't Know What Love Is; Goodbye; You Were Born to Be Mine (Absolut Lee) (alternate take)

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Ithamara Koorax: Autumn in New York

Read "Autumn in New York" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Spilling over with jazz and pop classics, Autumn in New York is probably the best program yet from blossoming Brazilian vocalist Ithamara Koorax. Like almost every other female vocalist from Brazil, Koorax sounds influenced by Flora Purim--heard, for example, in her fearless hopscotch jumps across the endpoints of her entire vocal range. Also like ...


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