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Down Beat Connection - Taiwan - Ryukyu Vol.1

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Down Beat Connection - Taiwan - Ryukyu Vol.1

Ref: FSD6886


Price: 14.99

Compiled by Little Masta, brilliant album exploring connections between the close neighboring alternative music scenes in Okinawa and Taiwan, with ska, reggae, dub, cumbia, afrobeat, and other unclassifiable styles. Artists include The Bartox featuring the guitarist from Mongol 800 who record their brand of ska in 1960s vintage style, Tenugui Brothers with Orlando from Ghana and Little Masta, Taipei based Cumbia band La Cumbia del Sol and Otaku3 from Taiwan a collective of musicians living an alternative lifestyle.

1. The Barcox (Okinawa) - Miss Okinawa 2. Gintendan (Okinawa) - CV-6 Ver.1.0 3. Tenugui Brothers (Okinawa)- Mandela 4. Mad Over (Okinawa)- Set if Off (feat. Yoojee & Shin) 5. La Cumbia del Sol (Taiwan) - Revolucion 6. Skaraoke (Taiwan) - Ska Train to Okinawa feat. All Japan Goith (Okinawa) 7. Dubjuana Midnight System (Japan) - Titan 8. Little Masta (Okinawa) - Ass Hole 9. Otaku 3 (Taiwan) - Seven & A Half

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Mestizos y Cumbia Musicos de Extremo Oriente (Mestizos and Cumbia Music from the Far East)

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Mestizos y Cumbia Musicos de Extremo Oriente (Mestizos and Cumbia Music from the Far East)

Ref: FSD6887


Price: 14.99

Compiled by Little Masta, extraordingary album of Columbian Cumbia inspired music from Japan, Okinawa and Taiwan with dub, reggae, salsa, afrobeat, ska, thrown into the mix.

1. afro BOOGALOO SKA ACADEMY (Tokyo) - Kaze ga Fuku 2. KATUSI from EL SKUNK DI YAWDIE &EXTRAVAGANZA feat. CHAN-MIKA+SHOGO NAGASAKI (Iwate) - Garlic Holic 3. OBRIGARRD(HAZU main pass) (Nagoya) - X-Dance Cumbia 4. La Cumbia Del Sol (Taipei) - La Cumbia Balkanera 5. LITTLE MASTA (Naha/Kawasaki) - Chon Chon Kijimuna 6. iYABASTARDS!(Koza,Okinawa) - Calavera Waltz 7. THE ZOOT16 (Tokyo) - iR 8. Rojo Regalo (Osaka) - Bambi 9. EKD (Tokyo) - Cumbia Sobre El Puerto 10. SKYLARKING (Nagoya) - Movement 11. Min-yo Crusaders (Tokyo) - Kushimoto Bushi 12. DUB BASTARDS (Tokyo) - Center Guy

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Coco-Musika II

COCO-MUSIKA

Coco-Musika II

Ref: FSD6518


Price: 24.99

Coco Musika is the instrumental duo of guitar player Jun Kajiwara and sanshin player Gerhen Oshima. Their music is inspired by music from Okinawa and Brasil, pop, rock, jazz and other styles. This is their second album and they are joined by Naomi Fuse from Bossa Nova duo, Naomi & Goro. Listen to samples of tracks.

1. Katabui - Sunny Side 2. You Will 3. Tsuki no Hama 4. A Letter From Cabo verde 5. Katabui - Rainy Side 6. Garota de Itoman 7. Sonho de Carnaval 8. Quiet Times 9. Ame nochi Hare (Special Bonus Track)



Tango Queen

RANKO FUJISAWA

Tango Queen

Ref: FSD6429


Price: 30.99

Best of album of Ranko Fujisawa, who died in August 2013, the Japanese tango queen. Fujisawa had many fans in Argentina and this year marked the 65th since her first record. 2 CDs, 40 tracks.

CD 1

1. La Cumparsita 2. Nostalgias 3. A Mi Madre 4. Jueves 5. Confesion 6. Mama Vieja 7. Naci En Tokio 8. Felicia 9. Bonboncito 10. Hasta Siempre Amor 11. Zorro Gris 12. Organito De La Tarde 13. El Choclo 14. Que Falta Que Me Haces 15. Plataforma De La Noche 16. El Panuelito 17. Carta Para Renee 18. Quedemonos Aqui 19. Frente Al Mar 20. Cristal 21. Recuerdo De Buenos Aires

CD 2

1. Che.bandoneon 2. Balada Para Un Loco 3. A Media Luz 4. Patotero Sentimental 5. Y A Mi Que? 6. Mama Yo Quiero Un Novio 7. Yira Yira 8. Caminito 9.Chiquilin De Bachin 10. Sur 11. Mano A Mano 12. La Cumparsita 13. Adios Pampa Mia 14. Besame Mucho 15. Chiquilin De Bachin 16. Che.bandoneon 17. La Cumparsita 18. Balada Para Un Loco 19. Sur


Dialogo

JIN OKI

Dialogo

Ref: FSD6424


Price: 26.99

Jin Oki is a Japanese flamenco guitarist album who studied under Victor Monge Seranito in Madrid. On this album he plays with eleven Japanese musicians for some really interesting collaborations. Musicians include Coba (accordion), Miyavi (guitar), Hiromitsu Agatsuma (shamisen) and Hideki Togi (hichiriki)

1. Monologo #1 2. Dansa-kimi To Nara (Coba) 3. Ai - Demasiado (Miyavi) 4. Four Seasons - Summer (Dai Kimura) 5. Oshi.oki Time (Kotaro Oshio) 6. Fantasma V (Hideki Togi) 07. Uzuki Hanaarashi (Hiromitsu Agatsuma) 8. Solea (Doroles Agureta) 9. Spain (Ryota Nozaki) 10. Scarborough Fair (Katsumi Watanabe) 11. Besame Mucho (Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra) 12. Monologo #2 13. Yane No Shita No Smile (Koji Tamaki)



Japao

LISA ONO

Japao

Ref: FSD5909


Price: 26.99

Twenty sixth album from Japan's best known bossa nova singer on which she sings Japanese pop tunes in bossa nova style mostly in Japanese.

1. Tasogare no Begin 2. Olivia wo Kiki Nagara 3. Tsubasa no Oreta Angel 4. Ima wa Kono Mama 5. Kitte no Nai Okuri Mono 6. Toku e Ikitai 7. Isso Serenade 8. Ano Hi ni Kaeritai 9. Ihou Jin 10. Coffee Rumba 11. My Angel My Love 12. Miagete Goran Yoru no Hoshi wo



Compas de Sul

MIO MATSUDA

Compas de Sul

Ref: FSD5908


Price: 26.99

Recorded in Argentina and Uruguay with local musicians. From Uruguay and Argentine folk to tango and jazz. High quality album from female vocalist with great support cast.

1. Adiós a la rama (Rubén Rada) 2. Bartolomeu (D.R; trad.Cabo Verde) 3. Memorias de pueblo (Carlos Aguirre) 4. El último café (Héctor Stamponi / Cátulo Castillo) 5. La pomeña (Manuel J. Castilla /Gustavo "Cuchi" Leguizamón) 6. Gracia y compás (Hugo Fattoruso) 7. Azul - Bossa Montevideana – (Urbano Moraes, Juan Pablo Chapital Gianlupi / Mio Matsuda) 8. Y hoy te ví (Eduardo Mateo/ versao japonesa:Mio Matsuda) 9. Vidala que ronda (Carlos Aguirre)



Ore no Piazzolla

RYOTA KOMATSU

Ore no Piazzolla

Ref: FSD5906


Price: 26.99

Japan's leading bandoneon player releases his third album themed around the music of Astor Piazzolla. Fantastic musicianship from artist regarded by many as best bandoneon player outside of Argentina.

1. Buenos Aires no Natsu 2. Libertango featuring SHANTI 3. Kakumeika 4.Choral 5. Gojuso no Tameno Kyosokyoku 6. Vibraphonissimo featuring SINSKE 7. El Arranque 8. Adios Nonino 9. Wagamachieno Nocturn featuring Aho Ikuo 10. Para Lucirse 11. Piazzolla Medley 12. Kioku no Kairo



Tadaaki Misago & His Tokyo Cuban Boys Golden Best (2 CDs)

TADAAKI MISAGO & HIS TOKYO CUBAN BOYS

Tadaaki Misago & His Tokyo Cuban Boys Golden Best (2 CDs)

Ref: FSD5708


Price: 27.99

Tokyo Cuban Boys were formed by Tadaaki Misago in 1949. They soon became hugely popular and influential in introducing Latin music to the mainstream of Japanese music fans. They remained at the pinnacle of the Latin/pop music scene for over 30 years until 1980. In 2005 Misago's san, Kazuaki Misago decided continue the band as 'Kazuaki Misago & His Tokyo Cuban Boys'. Brilliant album.

CD1

1. Mambo No.5 2. El Mambo 3. Togyushi no Mambo 4. Chibilico Mambo 5. Aru Koi no Monogatari 6. Mambo No.8 7. Papa wa Mambo ga Osuki 8. Cerezo Rosa 9. Taboo 10. Siboney 11. La Compalsa 12. Nankinmame Uri 13. Tico Tico 14. One Note Samba 15. Kuroi Olfe, Kanashimi yo Sayonara 16. Granada 17. El Cumbanchero 18. Guantanamera 19. Soyokaze to Watashi 20. Brasil 21. Coffee Rumba 22. Solamente Una Vez

CD 2

1. Makka na Taiyo 2. Futari no Ginza 3. Amairo no Kami no Otome 4. Ai no Sazanami 5. Koi no Kisetsu 6. X+Y=Love 7. Suzhou Nocturne 8. Tuberose 9. Bengawan Solo 10. Saber Dance 11. Heaven and Hell 12. Persian Market 13. Fly Me To The Moon 14. Quien Sera 15. St Louis Blues 16. Mack The Knife 17. Odoriakaso 18. Daidasso March 19. Shijosaidai no Sakusen March 20.Colonel Boggy 21. Kanpai no Uta 22. Sakura Sakura


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Nettai Tropical Jazz Band XIII-Fantasy

TROPICAL JAZZ BAND

Nettai Tropical Jazz Band XIII-Fantasy

Ref: FSD5185


Price: 26.99

New album from the 18 piece big band, led by Carlos Kanno of Orquesta de la Luz. Four percussionists, plus a three piece rhythm section and powerful horns, the Nettai Tropical Jazz Band play their music with skill and the energy to match. 12 tracks including the title track, the Earth Wind and Fire classic.

1. In the Stone- Fantasy 2. Theme from S.W.A.T. 3. Walk don't Run 4. Sunny 5. Rhythm is Gonna Get You 6. Charade 7. Hi Jack! 8. Electric City 9. Self Portrait 10. Sunny (inst.)


Salsa Comedor

ORQUESTA DE LA LUZ

Salsa Comedor

Ref: FSD5186


Price: 22.99

Collaboration album between Japan's most famous salsa band and a variety of musicians from the J-pop and music scene including Kazufumi Miyazawa, Puffy, Masayoshi Yamazaki, Bird and Rip Slyme.

1. Orquesta de la Luz and Kimaguren - Life 2. Orquesta de la Luz and Masayoshi Yamazaki - Haruo 3. Orquesta de la Luz and Puffy - Asia no Junshin 4. Orquesta de la Luz and Kazufumi Miyazawa - Kaze ni Naritai 5. Orquesta de la Luz and Bird - Souls 6. Orquesta de la Luz and Yusuke Santa Maria - Mukashi Watashi ga Aishita Hito 7. Orquesta de la Luz and Maki Oguro - Natsu ga Kuru Soshite...8. Orquesta de la Luz and Rip Slyme - Nettaiya 9. Orquesta de la Luz - Sora ni Taiyo ga Aru Kagiri


Ron Viejo

ORQUESTA DE LA LUZ

Ron Viejo

Ref: FSD5121


Price: 26.99

Tenth original album from Japan's premier salsa group, who have been going since 1984. Vocalist Nora in fine form and the band are as exemplary as always.

1. 25 Anos 2. Super Mario Brothers 3. Un Puesto Vacante 4. Upside Down 5. El Vuelo 83 6. Namida Surunara 7. El Ron Viejo 8. Contigo en la Distancia 9. Eki (En La Estacion) 10. Cerezo Rosa


Bossa Japa Nova

BEAKERS FOLKLORICO JAPON

Bossa Japa Nova

Ref: FSD5188


Price: 19.99

Beakers play what they call 'bossa japa nova' folkloric songs. Sort of bossa nova influenced tunes sung in a Japanese folk style with a bit of French musette added for good measure. The band is comprised of Ryosuke Itoh (vocals, guitar), Shiho Itoh (flute) and Tobio (accordion) and on this album guests on bass and drums. 11 tracks.

We started off as neo-acoustic, soft rock band in 1995.

As we have gradually devoted ourselves to music from Brasil, Argentina or France and Spain, our sounds have changed during the decade.

After the release of some songs by cassette tapes, joining some compilations, we have released 1st mini-album "Beakers" in 2002.

1st full album "trio" was recorded by vocal, guitar, flute and drums without bass which has more acoustic feelings despite its experimental form.

After the change of members, we've started to record new CD with guest musicians; Tobio (acc), Tetsu (b), and KLB (ds). It's supposed to be out 2009 July 19th.


Palma Habanera

SAYAKA

Palma Habanera

Ref: FSD5187


Price: 26.99

Violinist makes her debut record with a great line up including Junichiro Ohkuchi on piano, Ryota Shibata on guitar, plus guests Shinpei Inoue on flute and Cuban Luis Valle on trumpet.

1. Concierto de Aranjuez 2. Spain (Chick Corea) 3. El Pito 4. Agua Para Plana 5. Bananeira 6. Habanera 7. Danza Ritual del Fuego 8. Oblivion 9. All Blues


Passagem

NAOMI & GORO

Passagem

Ref: FSD5107


Price: 24.99

Released on Ryuichi Sakamoto's Commmons label. Eighth album from the Bossa Nova duo featuring guests Ryuichi Sakamoto on piano and Jaques Morelenbaum on cello. Recorded in Rio de Janeiro.



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Bossa Nova Songbook 2

NAOMI & GORO

Bossa Nova Songbook 2

Ref: FSD5020


Price: 26.99

Male/female bossa nova duo play standards with the help on one track of Jaques Morelenbaum. Released on Sakamoto's Commmons label.

1. Samba do Aviao 2. Seu Encanto 3. Rosinha 4. Coracao Vagabundo 5. Super Boots 6. Pica-Pau 7. Dolphin 8. Olha Pro Ceu 9. Chovendo na Roseira 10. Triste 11. Minha Saudade


Lindas

KAORI HAYATO

Lindas

Ref: FSD5190


Price: 26.99

Smooth pop bossa nova from Japanese / Brazilian female singer. Famous Brazilian tunes with Japanese lyrics, with arrangements by Marcos Valle, Djavan and Celso Fonseca.

1. Slow Motion Bossa Nova 2. Sukisukisu Kiss 3. Sorte 4. Moshi Moshi 5. One Night Samba 6. Cosmos 7. Here, There and Everywhere 8. Anata wa Neko 9. La Petite Valse 10. Aoi Ai 11. Nagisa no Rhythm 12. Watashi 13. Voce e Eu/ Amor Nas Estrela


Medicine for Your Soul

SAIGENJI

Medicine for Your Soul

Ref: FSD4365


Price: 26.99

Sixth album from the bossa nova guitarist. Blend of bossa nova, pop and folklore, with strings, percussion and good vocals from Saigenji.

1. Azayaka na Kisetsu e 2. Hummingbird Waltz 3. Umikaze no Toiki - Flowin' 4. Tsukiyo no Marcha 5. Kaze no Jiku 6. Midnight 4 A.M. 7. O Mundo Girou 8. Laglimas 9. Silent Blue 10. Danca 11. Hanabi 12. Teardrops on Amazon River 13. Kizashi - Hikari no Asa ni 14. Del Norte - Chacarera 15. Gate to the Dawn



Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot!

YOUR SONG IS GOOD

Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot!

Ref: FSD3586


Price: 26.99

Interesting instrumental group play calypso, mambo, ska and more. Sometimes upbeat, some songs rather laid back.



Vida

AKIKO

Vida

Ref: FSD3570


Price: 26.99

Akiko is the first Japanese singer to record for the Verve record label. She sings Brazilian music, and plays with Brazilian musicians from Rio and Salvador, including Marcos Suzano, Kassin, Domenico, Moreno Veloso, Pedro plus Arto Lindsay. 12 tracks, including Batacuda, Meu Cora, Payapta Turdi, Chega de Saudade, and Jardim Bot Nico. Giles Peterson has played her on his BBC Worldwide programme on Radio 1.



Como a Planta

KEICO YOSHIDA

Como a Planta

Ref: FSD3573


Price: 26.99

Talented Japanese bossa nova singer from Tohoku in northern Japan where she has built up a large following. Good singing and guitar playing mix of bossa classics and original tunes. 13 tracks.



Bang! Bang! Bang!

ALBERTO SHIROMA WITH CARLOS KANNO LATIN ALL STARS

Bang! Bang! Bang!

Ref: FSD3572


Price: 26.99

Okinawan/Peruvian Alberto Shiroma was the talented singer and guitarist with Diamantes. Shingo 'Carlos' Kanno formed Japanese salsa band Orquesta de la Luz and later Nettai Tropical Jazz Big Band. On this album they get together with some members from the Nettai Tropical band for some songs, playing covers of Japanese pop, a few Latin standards and some original songs too. 11 tracks including Good Bye Day, Solamente Una Vez, Begin the Beguine, and Cerveza.



23ji Andes Iki

TAKAMASA SEGI

23ji Andes Iki

Ref: FSD3574


Price: 26.99

Japanese quena and zampona (South American panpipes) player some tracks composed for the Nasca exhibition in Japan. Some feature Peruvian accordion and piano player Hugh Fataluso. Mostly ambient, easy listening style. 11 tracks.



Standard Bossa

HOZAN YAMAMOTO, KATSUYA YOKOYAMA, TADAO SAWAII

Standard Bossa

Ref: FSD3427


Price: 24.99

Originally released in 1968, limited edition CD of shakuhachi maestro Hozan Yamamoto together with koto player Tadao Sawai and band leader Toshiyuki Miyama and New Herd playing bossa nova classics. 10 tracks. 1. Adieu Tristesse 2. The Look of Love 3. Sunny 4. Il Bacio 5. Mas Que Nada 6. Constant Rain 7. Vivre Pour Vivre 8. Un Homme et Un Femme 9. Agua de Beber 10. The Girl from Ipanema.



Dynamic Live

KAZUAKI MISAGO & TOKYO CUBAN BOYS

Dynamic Live

Ref: FSD5269


Price: 26.99

60th anniversary of the band and 100 year anniversary since the birth of founder Tadaaki Misago. Live concert with new members.

1.Rumba Tambah 2.La Paloma 3.Besame Mucho 4.Mambo No.5 5.Milagros Del Cha Cha Cha 6.My Shawl 7. Miami Beach Rumba 8.Que Rico El Mambo (Mambo Jambo) 9.Jogashima No Ame 10.El Manicero 11.Without You 12.Cuban Fantasy 13.Crescent 14.Un Violin Pa` Chano 15.Lo Que Me Queda Por Vivir 16.Misago 17.El Cumbanchero 18.Without You


Tokyo Cuban Boys Daizenshu (2 CDs)

TOKYO CUBAN BOYS

Tokyo Cuban Boys Daizenshu (2 CDs)

Ref: FSD4088


Price: 29.99

Formed in 1949, The Tokyo Cuban Boys were the first Japanese group to seriously play Latin music. They were all outstanding musicians with a tight brass section backed up by some funky percussion. This album features their recordings from the late 1950s to 1960s. There are some great arrangements by two musicians Yoshitaka Ichinose and Toshio Fukui. 2 CDs, 46 tracks.

Disc 1: 1. Mambo Jambo (El Mambo) 2. Mambo No.8 3. El Cunbanchero 4. Jungle Drum 5. Miami Beach Rumba 6. Rumba Raphsody 7. Siboney 8. Soyokaze to Watashi 9. Solamente Una Vez 10. Besame Mucho 11. La Comparsa 12. La Malagena 13. Boku no Ryhthme o Kiitekure 14. Papa wa Mambo ga Osuki 15. Chibilico Mambo 16. Leza 17. Toristesa 18. Quien Sela 19. Estrerita 20. Kuroi Orfe 21. Ipanema no Musume 22. Oje Negra 23. Adios

Disc 2: 1. Mambo No.5 2. Togyushi no Mambo 3. Tico Tico 4. Guantanamera 5. Aru Koi no Monogatari 6. Taboo 7. Nainkinmame Uir 8. My Showl 9. Cachito 10. Frenesi 11. Coffe Rumba 12. Mas Que Nada 13. Quizas Quizas Quizas 14. Cha Cha Cha Flamenco 15. Cerezo Rosa 16. Cuban Mambo 17. La Bamba 18. Desafinado 19. Begin The Begin 20. Maria La O 21. Amor 22. Bahia Con Dios



Tokyo Cuban Boys Memorial

TOKYO CUBAN BOYS

Tokyo Cuban Boys Memorial

Ref: FSD1326


Price: 26.99

Celebrating 50 years of playing Cuban music, vintage recordings from 1950-1964. Latin music with a Japanese twist. 23 tracks.

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Melody of Japan

TOKYO CUBAN BOYS

Melody of Japan

Ref: FSD1327


Price: 26.99

Fantastic album of Japanese tunes set to latin rhythms, includes 'samba soran' the famous Japanese folk tune, 'soran bushi' set to samba.

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Special Selection 1951-1956

KEIKO IKUTA

Special Selection 1951-1956

Ref: FSD1329


Price: 26.99

Sings mainly Brazilian numbers and other latin songs with Brazilian musicians.

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Special Selection 1954-1964

TOMOKO TAKARA

Special Selection 1954-1964

Ref: FSD1328


Price: 26.99

Japan's very own tango queen, performing tango and latin standards. 24 tracks.

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The Nightclub Era 1959-1965

VARIOUS

The Nightclub Era 1959-1965

Ref: FSD1331


Price: 26.99

Compilation of Japanese artists recorded during heyday of the Japanese latin music boom. 24 tracks.



Tribute To Afro-Caribbean Rhythms

WILLIE NAGASAKI & AFRO JAPANESE ALLSTARS

Tribute To Afro-Caribbean Rhythms

Ref: FSD2355


Price: 26.99

Willie Nagasaki is one of Japan's great percussion players. For this album he put together a first class band of Japanese players to perform classics by Tito Puente, Machito and other greats of latin music. Great musicians at the top of their form.



La Ruta Del Viento

GRUPO KHANTATI

La Ruta Del Viento

Ref: FSD1701


Price: 26.99

Amazing that when there is a so-called 'boom' in Japan, this time Bolivian folklore, out come the Japanese versions. They usually play beautifully, and the best ones add their own take. This is a good one, including Japanese songs.



Blauer Himmel - Showa Tango Playback

RYOTA KOMATSU

Blauer Himmel - Showa Tango Playback

Ref: FSD5189


Price: 26.99

Fantastic bandoneon player, Ryota Komatsu is one of the world's great interpretors of the music of Astor Piazzolla. He has played around the world and received awards in Argentina. On this album he plays classic tango tunes with guests including Argentine / Okinawan singer Claudia Oshiro. 16 tracks.



La Trampera

RYOTA KOMATSU

La Trampera

Ref: FSD1698


Price: 18.99

Superb Japanese bandoneon player, interpreting tunes by Piazzola and other Argentinian tango greats.Has made the bandoneon and tango popular with young people in Japan.



The Best of

ORQUESTA DE LA LUZ

The Best of

Ref: FSD1393


Price: 26.99

Definitive compilation of the hits of Japan's finest salsa copy band, especially popular in Japan and Latin America at the beginning of the 90s. You would never know they were Japanese.



Boas Festas

LISA ONO

Boas Festas

Ref: FSD1420


Price: 26.99

Bossa Nova versions of Christmas tunes including Winter Wonderland, Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow. Lisa is a fine bossa nova singer, and has popularised the genre with spectacular success.



Viva Carnavalista - Mio Matsuda meets Deep Samba

MIO MATSUDA

Viva Carnavalista - Mio Matsuda meets Deep Samba

Ref: FSD3137


Price: 23.99

Mio Matsuda is a Japanese singer who sings (very well) in Portuguese. What makes this album really worth checking out is the producer, Makoto Kubota, the man behind some great music for past 30 years and in recent years, the acclaimed Blue Asia. It definitely has that Kubota trademark sound and even has a Blue Asia mix of Lambada. Kubota has been obsessed recently with the Brazlian nordeste music and this album was recorded in Recife with some superb musicians. There are various other Kubota mixes - the intriguing Forrobada- another two versions of the Lambada and overall about 42 minutes of Brazilian bliss.



Marimba Tropicana

MARIMBA TROPICANA

Marimba Tropicana

Ref: FSD1332


Price: 26.99

Japanese Marimba group playing mainly Cuban and latin standards.



Steel Pan de Kiku Studio Ghibli Sakuhin Shu

HSB

Steel Pan de Kiku Studio Ghibli Sakuhin Shu

Ref: FSD4980


Price: 19.99

Hsb play songs from the popular and internationally known animation studio, Studio Ghibli, founded by Hayao Miyazaki.

1. Tonari no Totoro 2. Gake no Ue no Ponyo 3. Yasashisa ni Tsutsumaretanara 4. Jinsei no Merry Go Round 5. Kaze no Oka 6. Nausicaa Requiem 7. Kimi o Nosete 8. Mononoke Hime 9. Country Road 10. Hareta Hini 11. Itsumo Nandodemo 12. Mammaiuto 13. Ai wa Hana, Kimi wa Sono Tane 14. Rouge no Dengon 15. Sampo



Passagem

NAOMI & GORO

Passagem

Ref: FSD5107


Price: 24.99

Released on Ryuichi Sakamoto's Commmons label. Eighth album from the Bossa Nova duo featuring guests Ryuichi Sakamoto on piano and Jaques Morelenbaum on cello. Recorded in Rio de Janeiro.



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