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Sabrina Malheiros features on a new version of Milton Nascimento's 'Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser'

Sabrina Malheiros features on a new version of Milton Nascimento's 'Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser'

For his forthcoming album Palmares Fantasy, London based multi-instrumentalist Sean Khan ventured to Rio de Janeiro to collaborate with the great Hermeto Pascoal, as well as Azymuth drummer Ivan Conti, and the late Brazilian bassist Paulo Russo. Today we're very happy to release the third single from the album, a fresh uplifting soul-jazz take on the Milton Nasciemento and Lo Borges classic 'Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser'. Funnily enough, this is one of the few tracks on the album recorded in the UK, with Sean's London band including Laurie Lowe (drums), Jim Mullen (guirtar), Darrio de Lecce (double bass) and Andy...

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Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra | Step Into My Life (M&M Mix by John Morales) / The Two Of Us (Al Kent Mix)

Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra | Step Into My Life (M&M Mix by John Morales) / The Two Of Us (Al Kent Mix)

Release Date: 25th May 2018 | Formats: 12” Vinyl / Digital | Cat no: FOMDO15 A1. Step Into My Life ft. Arthur Verocai (John Morales M&M Main Mix)B1. The Two Of Us (Al Kent Vocal Mix)B2. The Two Of Us (Al Kent Dub Mix) Hot off the back of the second full length Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra LP Black Sun (released last week!) the orchestra’s prolific remix series continues. John Morales’ massive M&M main mix of ‘Step Into My Life’ ft. Arthur Verocai was originally released as a limited 12” single back in 2015, and sold out everywhere straight away....

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Sean Khan | Moment Of Collapse (ft. Heidi Vogel)

Sean Khan | Moment Of Collapse (ft. Heidi Vogel)

For his third album for Far Out Recordings, London based multi-instrumentalist and one of Europe’s finest saxophonists Sean Khan ventured to Rio de Janeiro to collaborate with iconic Brazilian polymath Hermeto Pascoal. Taking its title from the escaped slave settlement ‘Palmares’ in the Northeast of Brazil during the 1600s, Palmares Fantasy is Khan’s utopian jazz message for the world, and features Azymuth drummer Ivan ‘Mamao’ Conti, bassist Paulo Russo, guitarist Jim Mullen, and guest vocals from Brazilian chanteuse Sabrina Malheiros, and Cinematic Orchestra frontwoman Heidi Vogel. Today Sean Khan announces a new single from the album. Watch the video for...

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Os Mutantes & Gui Tavares Live @ The Jazz Cafe

Os Mutantes & Gui Tavares Live @ The Jazz Cafe

Formed in 1965 by Arnaldo and Sergio Dias Baptista, teenage brothers from Sao Paulo, and Arnaldo’s girlfriend Rita Lee, Os Mutantes were Brazil’s most inventive and irreverent rock’n’roll group. The trio became the backing band for Tropicália, the avant-garde movement formed by the singers Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso in 1967, but in the mid-1970s the band fell apart – not least because the two brothers argued over, of all things, guitars. They made their return in 2006, and have since been wowing crowds with their new-found vigour for live performances, not least at their sold out Village Underground show...

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New Reissues | Azambuja & Cia / Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos

New Reissues | Azambuja & Cia / Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos

Release date: 8th June 2018 | Format: Vinyl LP | Cat No: FORDIS02 + FORDIS03 Far Out Recordings proudly presents a double bill of cult Brazilian album reissues from the 1970s… with a twist! Based on characters devised by the prolific multitalented TV comedians Chico Anysio and Arnaud Rodrigues, Azambuja & Cia (1975), and Baiano & Os Novos Caetanos (1974) are comedy concept albums, fusing odd-ball jazz-funk, soulful samba-rock and MPB: essential for fans of deep, groovy Brazilian music. Both records feature Azymuth as backing band, fabled saxophonist Victor Assis Brasil and renowned multi-instrumentalist and producer Durval Ferreira. Azambuja and...

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