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Tutty Moreno And Friends - Tocando Sentindo Suando (Playing Feeling Sweating) Album

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Tutty Moreno And Friends - Tocando Sentindo Suando (Playing Feeling Sweating) Album
Bossa Nova, Samba, Latin Jazz
  • Performer:
    Tutty Moreno And Friends
  • Title:
    Tocando Sentindo Suando (Playing Feeling Sweating)
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Bossa Nova, Samba, Latin Jazz
  • Release date:
    1996
  • Country:
    UK
  • Size FLAC version
    1624 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2127 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1136 mb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    208
  • Record from:
    CD, Album

Tracklist

1Tutty MorenoPianco
2Ricardo Santos Princesinha
3JoyceMagica
4Fernando LeoporaceCamaleao
5Guilherme VergueiroAlgo Sobre Nos
6Alfredo CardimConstelacao
7JoycePega Leve
8Alfredo CardimGB

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FARO 006Tutty Moreno And Friends Tocando Sentindo Suando (Playing Feeling Sweating) ‎(LP, Album)Far Out RecordingsFARO 006UK1996

Notes

The Unreleased Project 1981.

This is a project made 15 years ago, which means this is what our hearts and minds sounded like 15 years ago. The sound has maybe changed a little, but the heart is still the same.

"Tocando Sentindo Suando" was recorded in 1981, shortly after Joyce (his beautiful wife) finished her "Feminina" album. It was made with almost the same line up of outstanding musicians who worked on Joyce's fantastic "Agua E Luz" album, but this time under Tutty's musical direction. The album includes three upbeat typical Joyce flavoured sambas and some fabulous brasilian jazz fusion tracks as well as original versions of later recorded classics like "Magica". With it's jazzy improvisation, beautiful chords, haunting melodies and breathtaking musicianship, "Tocando Sentindo Suando", ranks alongside the best of brasilian samba jazz albums.

Incredibly this album might never have seen the light of day had Joyce not recently discovered a dusty forgotten half-inch tape in her loft. She played the tape to London DJ and "Far Out Recordings" Boss, Joe Davis on one of his frequent business trips to Rio de Janeiro and...well the rest is history. "Far Out Recordings" is honoured to bring you this wonderful album, never released before, and still sounding as fresh as the day it was made.