Sangue Latino 1
CLUB BRASIL Club Brasil Records present the first instalment in a series of albums dedicated to some of the finest composers and songwriters from Brazil in the last 40 years. This debut album Sangue Latino brings together the cream of Europe's and South America's most prestigious Latin Jazz musician's and singer's from bands such as Negrocan, Vida Nova and Group X, in a magical music collaboration. A superb 'feel-good' album with some outstanding new versions of much loved classic Brazilian tracks. Included is a killer dance floor version of Joyce's 'Aldeia De Ogum' a chilled Fender Rhodes outing of Rita Lees' awesome 70's hit 'Mania De Voce,' a haunting melodic soulful cover of the title track 'Sangue latino,' and an outstanding drum and bass take on Gilberto Gils' maracatu Atomico'. This album is wall to wall quality and a must have for any serious Latin Music Lover. Album Reviews: Classic Brazilian Grooves! All recast with a sweet and sparkling modern flavour. Sounding a lot like the best work we've heard from labels like Far Out and Mr Bongo in recent years. Review from Dusty Groove USA Funky Brazilian cuts, excellent female vocals, a dreamy sundrenched not to be missed trip. Definately a project for Brazilian affectionados. A real credit to a British band. Review from Wes Gillespie Brazilian music review Sony Jazz Europe website.