Antonio Adolfo | Viralata

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by Antonio Adolfo

Fantastic stuff -- and one of the greatest records ever by Brazilian keyboardist Antonio Adolfo! The album was recorded at the end of the 70s.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. Cascavel
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2. Diana E Paulo
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3. Paraiba Do Sul
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4. Brincadeira em Mi Bemol
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5. Caminhada
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6. Vermelhinho
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7. Nordeste
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8. Alegria de Carnaval
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9. Viralata
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10. Assanhada
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11. A Marcha
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Fantastic stuff -- and one of the greatest records ever by Brazilian keyboardist Antono Adolfo! The album was recorded at the end of the 70s, and has a sound that's a lot like the best fusion work by Azymuth. There's great keyboards right up front in the mix -- and the backing has some tight percussion that crackles along and gives the album a sweet 70s jazz funk vibe. The album was originally only issued on the tiny Artezanal label, but it feels like a lost gem from the classic funk years at Fantasy Records. Includes the massive break cut "Cascavel". Antonio Adolfo (Fender Rhodes piano), Jamil Joanes (electric bass), Teo Lima (drums). Serginho Trombone (trombone), Bidinho (trumpet)., Ze Carlos (sax and flute). Helio Capucci (electric guitar), Agenor Mendes (percussion).


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