DJs and music historians Greg Caz and Deano Sounds have teamed up to bring the world a beautiful package of vintage Brazilian music, selected with discerning and funky Brazilian music fans in mind.
The Brasileiro Treasure Box of Funk & Soul spans an infectious and impressive range of funk, soul, and psychedelic music from 1970s Brazil. Some highlights include: the extremely rare and funky “Labirinto” by 2001 & Beto; the blistering psychedelic funk of Antônio Carlos & Jocafi’s “Quem Vem Lá”; the essential rare groove track “Bananeira” by Emilio Santiago; Osmar Milito E Quarteto Forma’s rare “América Latina” (sampled by Madlib on Madvillain’s Raid); Tom Zé’s unstoppable riff on “Jimmy, Renda-Se”; and many others.
The 45 box set version comes in a durable glossy case with 7 x 45s, a poster containing the original artwork for the album, and a booklet printed on thick paper.
Released on the 23rd of October you can pre-order and check out track snippets on the Cultures Of Soul website.