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Azymuth - Jazz Carnival
08 :48
02
4 Hero Present Natures Plan - Somewhere Beyond
04 :14
03
Brazilian Groove Band - Dance
05 :27
04
Marcos Valle - Poweride
07 :57
05
Trouble Man - Strike Hard
09 :39
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Future Warriors - Pembe
06 :16
07
Grupo Batuque - Keyzer
09 :42
08
Sabrina Malheiros - New Morning
05 :02
09
Jose Roberto Bertrami - Eighties Times
03 :40
10
Roc Hunter - Magnetic Feel
09 :35
11 08 :17
ARTIST
TITLE
Far Out Jazz And Afro Funk
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FARO 146CD FARO 146CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/9/2016

2010 release. Bringing together driving Afro beat, trademark Latin funk rhythms and American-styled jazz, this electrifying collection has been re-mastered for super high quality sound and shows off the field at its best. Far deeper and harder than you'd expect, African roots come through in the infectious batuque drumming, percussion and scatting chants. Alongside three previously unreleased tunes comes the very best grooving funk from Azymuth's chart buster "Jazz Carnival" to Sabrina Malheiros's modern classic "New Morning". Fusing the creative talents of this pioneering trio is the outstanding electronic music innovator Natures Plan, aka Marc Mac of 4 Hero: inventive, fearless but always utterly brilliant grooving funk. Brazilian Groove Band's "Dance" is a perfect North American, Latin cross over soulful jazz with the funkiest of edges: vintage New York brass and smoky jazz mix with the deep bass, percussion and '70s jazz funk organs of Brazil. There are also previously unreleased versions of Future Warriors's "Pembe" and Roc Hunter's "Magnetic Feel" before Sabrina Malheiros's beguiling summer anthem spectacular "New Morning" and Azymuth band leader and legendary keyboardist José Roberto Bertrami brings infectious '80s grooves on "Eighties Times". With heavy African and samba (brought to Brazil by predominantly African slaves in the 19th century) influenced tracks showcasing Brazil's musical heritage and the sounds of modern Brazil this is one of the very best, all-encompassing Brazilian jazz and Afro funk compilations, giving a true insight in to this ever evolving genre. Finishing where the album begins with a second track from the kings of jazz funk Azymuth, Offworld's psychedelic re-work of "Chameleon" floats this infectious collection to a beautifully warped close. Following hugely popular guides to bossa nova and samba, Far Out Recordings's third installment delivers a genre-spanning slice of the finest funky, afro jazz. Also features: Marcos Valle, Trouble Man, Grupo Batuque.