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RSVC

Label: Adventure Music
Released: 2013

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Atlanticos

Label: Adventure Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Depois Da Chuva (After The Rain); Moon River; Tinha Uma Dona Ali (There Was A Dona Ali); Segredos (Secrets); Her Eyes; Cats; Reflexoes (Reflections); Amazon; Voce Nao Sabe Amar (You Don't Know How To Love).

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Article: Album Review

Ricardo Silveira / Vinicius Cantuária: RSVC

Read "RSVC" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


If there's a recording that could instantly transport you to a balmy tropical island with your favorite beverage in hand, then this wonderful collaboration between Brazilian guitarists Ricardo Silveira and Vinicius Cantuária should do the job quite nicely with a few unexpected surprises. Each has amassed a level of rock-star like acclaim in ...

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Article: Album Review

Ricardo Silveira & Roberto Taufic: Atlanticos

Read "Atlanticos" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


What do you get when two top-flight studio guitarists grab their acoustic axes and get together to bask in the glow of Brazilian music? The answer is the resplendent Atlanticos. Ricardo Silveira is a Brazilian-born-and-based, Berklee-trained guitarist who's recorded hundreds of sessions, backing everybody from flautist Herbie Mann to Brazilian icons like Gilberto ...

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Article: Jazz in the Aquarian Age

Herbie Mann: An Amalgamation of Everything

Read "Herbie Mann:  An Amalgamation of Everything" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar


[Flauist Herbie Mann was often ahead of the trend with his wide explorations into sounds from everywhere. When I asked him in this 1978 interview where music in general was heading, he talked about a broad mix--"an amalgamation of everything"--which might be a good way to describe Mann's overall career, except that it doesn't account for ...

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Article: Album Review

Mario Adnet: More Jobim Jazz

Read "More Jobim Jazz" reviewed by Edward Blanco


With More Jobim Jazz, Brazilian guitarist Mario Adnet continues his tribute to fellow countryman and songwriter Antonio Carlos Jobim. The second volume of music from the legend's songbook, this installment includes some familiar songs like “Wave," and “Bonita," among thirteen superb selections, and follows the same recipe used on Jobim Jazz (Adventure Music, 2007), originally inspired ...

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News: Recording

Jovino Santos Neto Explores North & South America on New Adventure Music Release

On October 19, Adventure Music will release Veja O Som/See the Sound, the highly anticipated new release from acclaimed pianist Jovino Santos Neto. The two-CD set pairs the Latin Grammy-nominated Santos Neto with a host of guest artists in a series of duet performances that melodically symbolize music's power to unite. As he says in the ...

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Article: Live Review

Journey To Brazil at Rose Hall, May 28, 2010

Read "Journey To Brazil at Rose Hall, May 28, 2010" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes


May 28, 2010 Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center New York, NY The late maestro Moacir Santos (1926-2006) might have been obscured by Antonio Carlos Jobim during his lifetime (the fact that he chose to live in Los Angeles was probably a factor), but his music has inspired ...

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Article: Interview

Jon Hassell: Fourth World and Balancing the North and South of You

Read "Jon Hassell: Fourth World and Balancing the North and South of You" reviewed by John Kelman


He may well be one of the most insidious influences in modern music. Trumpeter, composer and deep thinker Jon Hassell may not have the same name recognition as, say, Miles Davis, but his unmistakable approach to music--he calls it Fourth World music--has affected musicians around the globe, ranging from now friend/co-conspirator Brian Eno, British post-rock crooner ...


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