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Sofreguidao
By Paulinho da Viola & Elton Medeiros
1966 / Premier
Could be in the Top Ten of the best sambas ever recorded. Perfect voice, nice cavaquinho, lovely flute, sweet percussion… What else?

 
 
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Vas-y Voir
By Brussels Art Quintet
1968 / BAQ Belgium
In-demand deep modal jazz tune from Belgium featuring Babs Roberts! Comes from the very rare self-produced band only recording, and what an amazing artwork cover!

 
 
 
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The Look Of Love
By Slum Village
2006 / Scenario Records
There are numerous variations of this kind of anthem... But check this one, probably the best Jay Dee production. Fan Tas Tic!

 
 
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Lovesick
By Gangstarr
1990 / Chrysalis
Probably the best hip hop album ever if you’re into those kind of laidback jazzy grooves, we pay tribute to the late Guru and his unique flow! Back in the days…

 
 
 
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Minha Tribo Sou Eu
By Zeca Baleiro
2002 / MZA
My tribe, it is me! Without any doubt, the “Candyman” from Sao Paulo invents a futuristic soundtrack: the samba spirit mixed with the house party. Never stop to dance.

 
 
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Impossibilities
By Chief Checker
1979 / WBL
Juju meets reggae on this unique piece produced in London in the early 80s with members from the Cool Notes, totally unique vibe!

 

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Frank Kojo - arabian nights

Frank Kojo – arabian nights
Killer percussive Afro/Highlife electro track by Ghanaian German expatriate, tune!

Tamala Sounds Germany 1981


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