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Revisited Classics

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Maria Moita (with Carlos Lyra)
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Meditacao (with Wanda Sa)
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Vai de Vez (with Astrid)
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Berimbau (with Os Cariocas)
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Influencia do Jazz (with Carlos Lyra)
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Se Todos Fossem (with Cris Delanno)
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So Danço Samba (with Os Cariocas)
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One Note Samba (with Claudia Telles)
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Consolacao (with Sylvio Cesat)
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O Barquinho (with Roberto Menescal)
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Batidas Gratis
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 42:05

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If Six Degrees Was Ten

By Richard Gehr, Contributor

San Francisco ethno-eclectico-electronica label Six Degrees turns ten years old this year, and I can't imagine any release marking the occasion better than my favorite new album, Dub Qawwali, a beautifully executed posthumous remixture of qawwali king Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan by the London producer Gaudi. Nusrat died in August 1997 just as Six Degrees founders Bob Duskis and Pat Berry were gearing up to blend the era's burgeoning electronic dance esthetic with regional sounds… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Young and old bossa nova musicians meet in the middle on this engaging attempt to embrace the familiar tunes through the miracle of modern technology — in other words, they’ve been doctored by three young DJs: Alexandre Moreira, DJ Marcelinho DaLua and Márcio Menescal (son of original bossa nova musician Roberto Menescal). Revisited Classics includes originals by bossa lynchpins like Carlos Lyra and Os Cariocas are given the cuca treatment, which means sampling and beats have been added or gentle new vocals, like those of Cris Delanno and Astrid, who put their spin on the old numbers. It’s an interesting idea, though not always fresh as it sounds; at is worst it’s like warmed-over dinner jazz. – Denise Sullivan

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