Another Brazilian funk landmark, the ‘76 album from Zeca do Trombone (a.k.a. José da Silva, known for his work with artists including Tim Maia, Beth Carvalho or Milton Nascimento) and Roberto Sax (a,k.a. Zé Roberto Simonal, Wilson Simonal’s brother), rotates on a blend of scents coming from traditional Brazilian music and ‘70s jazz and soul from the U.S.
Over ten ageless tracks, the crispy sound of the LP remains one of the best examples of the happy marriage between two movements flowing from different countries, connecting over past influences on a shared continent. One of the rarest LP’s of Brazilian music is reissued, for the first time worldwide, by Lisbon-based Mad About Records. A piece of gold, again available in vinyl.