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A Festa  performed by  Silvio Cesar  (1977)
Composed by Silvio Cesar/Jose Roberto Bertrami
Arranged by Jose Roberto Bertrami
From: Brazil
Mood: Funky, sophisticated
Recommended by gregcaz [profile] on Tuesday 18th May 2004

A smooth jazz-funk groove with Rhodes and synths playing melodically against each other. It sounds like Azymuth. In fact, it is Azymuth. Conversation, glasses clinking, a girl laughs in the distance. And Silvio's voice comes in, nice and mellow, describing what it's like to have a bunch of friends over for a get-together. Although he's one of Brazil's hippest crooners, a man who specializes in somewhat cliched yet mysteriously cool and affecting love songs, he lays back here and lets the country's greatest jazz-fusion outfit do its thing. How many romantic crooners ever do that?

from Som e Palavras (RCA)
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