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Res Inexplicata Volans

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Mr. Right Now
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Traz Um Alivio
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Inexplicata
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Ensaboar Voce (Soap You)
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Children Of The Sun
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86
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War
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Fruta Vermelha
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I'm A Rocker
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Yage Cameras
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Capoeira
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Entre Eu E Voce
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 48:45

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Peter Margasak

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Peter Margasak has been a staff music writer at the Chicago Reader, where he covers everything from jazz to world music to country, since 1995. He's also a regu...more »

04.22.11
Apollo Nove, Res Inexplicata Volans
Label: Crammed Discs / A Train

Apollo Nove has been credited for picking up the torch of the producer Suba — who died tragically in a house fire in 1999 after helping Bebel Gilberto cut Tanto Tempo — by deftly bringing electronics to Rio musical specialties. But on his excellent debut, Nove makes clear he's nobody's shadow. Glib electro-bossa, this ain't. A number of great vocalists (Cibelle, CéU, Seu Jorge, Tita Lima) and instrumentalists (Trio… read more »

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millionmaker1

She just doens't hit the mark in my opinion. Her voice is lacking and is just off key enough to cause me to listen to the album once and never again.

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por favor

Merluza

activen este disco para Argentina. esta muy bueno.

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Groovy, sophisticated

Goobertron

Very suave, cool music. The same vibe as bossa nova yet it's not only *not* 40 years old, it's almost futuristic. Electronically influenced, certainly, but the different and beautiful Brazillian voices give it an earthy and sultry feel rarely captured by electronic programmers. "Mr. Right Now" could appeal to a rocker; "Fruta" has some nice guitars; "86" is smooth.