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George Duke - A Brazilian Love Affair (1979)

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George Duke - A Brazilian Love Affair (1979)

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1. Brazilian Love Affair
2. Summer Breezin’
3. Cravo E Canela
4. Alone-6AM
5. Brazilian Sugar
6. Sugar Loaf Mountain
7. Love Reborn
8. Up From the Sea It Arose and Ate Rio in One Swift Bite
9. I Need You Now
10. Ao Que Vai Nascer
11. Caxanga .

Personnel :
George Duke - Piano, organ & different instruments
Roland Bautista - Guitar
Larry Williams - Sax Alt & Tenor
Jerry Hey - Trompet, Flishorn
Toninho Horta – Guitar Acoustic & Electric
Jamil Joanes - Bass
Byron Miller - Bass
Milton Nascimento - Guitar Acoustic, Vocal
Bill Reichenbach Jr. - Trombone
William Reichenbach - Trombone
Raul de Souza - Trombone
Roberto Silva – Drums & Percusion
Airto Moreira - Percusion
Chico Batera - Percusion
Sheila E. - Percusiones
Ricky Lawson - Drums
Flora Purim - Vocal
Lucia Turbull - Vocal
Flavio Faria - Vocal
Lucinha Lins - Vocal
Lynn Davis - Vocal
Josie James - Vocal.

 

By the time of A BRAZILIAN LOVE AFFAIR, keyboardist George Duke had largely left his jazz roots behind, opting to focus on producing R&B and pop albums, and while this 1979 outing nods to certain subtle elements of jazz, it essentially consists of funk and Brazilian pop. Recorded in both Los Angeles and Rio de Janeiro, the disc features a number of notable Brazilian artists, including singer/songwriter Milton Nascimento and percussionist (and famed Miles Davis sideman) Airto Moreira, and their presence informs the proceedings to varying degrees, the strongest impression being made on Nascimento's own "Cravo e Canela." In contrast, the opening title track is a slick R&B number replete with a prominent slap-bass line, while "Sugar Loaf Mountain" is a breezy keyboard workout gilded by exotic percussion. Those expecting an album's worth of either traditional Brazilian music or straight jazz may be disappointed; however, listeners willing go along with Duke on this eclectic, romanticized journey will find much to enjoy.

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