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Brazilian Things

by Paulo Sá

Brazilian instrumental music with mandolin, guitar, bass, percussion, and brass that is historically informed by the great Brazilian Choro mandolinist and composer Jacob do Bandolim in a modern Latin jazz context. Both lyrical and rhythmic.
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Jazz
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1. Ela Só Diz Que Não Sabe
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2. Mês De Maio
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3. Tupi Guaraná
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4. Como As Águias
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5. Sonância
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6. Viajante
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7. Hoje É Dia De Festa
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8. Coisas Brasileiras
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9. Sam-sambado
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10. Nau Frágil
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11. San Diego
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12. Sol De Estio
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13. Rai-kai Baião
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14. The New: Vic Is Coming
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This CD would not be possible without the essential contributions of Felipe Depoli, Igor Nicolai and Yuri Garrido, my fellows musicians in the “Paulo Sá Quarteto”. This group helped develop the idea of this new sound, mixing acoustic and non-acoustic instruments, experimenting with some of my originals and Brazilian classics. Through the great support of our agent Mario Buratta, the Paulo Sá Quarteto toured Italy in 2007 and somehow part of this CD has a subtle Italian spirit.
Actually, anyone who listens to the whole CD will hear the influences of many different geographic locales
and music styles, such as Jazz, Bluegrass, Salsa, Indian, Renaissance and Baroque music, and, of course,
my own Choro and Samba roots. It is like hearing all of these influences at once, but with a Brazilian groove
holding it all together. After all, that is a Brazilian Thing!


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Gary

Really cool!!
What a gem this CD is!! It has great Brazilian groove, with some very clever writing. It is an all instrumental album that sounds like something between Brazilian jazz and traditional folk. I love the mandolin, and Paul Sa's playing is great! Highly recommended!