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Adventure Music: Adventure Music: Ten Years [Digipak]

Track List

>Vinheta Espanha Ou Do Agreste? [Spanish Vignette or Wild Northeast?]
>Keeper of the Flame
>For Elis
>Gregorian Samba
>Se Você Disser Que Sim [If You Say Yes]
>Cravo e Canela [Cinnamon and Clove]
>Song of Delight
>Cat, The Mouse and The Chicken, The
>Tanto Canto [So Much Song]
>Adeus America
>Sharon by the Sea
>Em Torno De Influências [Around the Influences]
>Road Song
>Colsas Demais Por Fazer [Many Things To Do]
>Futuro, Flor [The Future, Flor], El
>Passareiro [Birdsong]
>Ano Bom [Good Year]
>Dirt Road [Estrada de Terra]
>Vento [Wind]
>Outro Rio [Another Rio]
>Baiao Två
>Yo No Tengo Quien Me Quiera [I've No One To Love Me]
>Flower of Life [Flor da Vida]
>Cançoes e Momentos
>Alma do Nordeste [Soul of the Northeast]
>De Repente, Estou Feliz [Happily Happy]
>Um Trombone Na Rua Tereza [A Trombone On Tereza Street]
>Receita De Samba [Recipe for Samba]
>Music Inside [Ela]
>Signals of Rain
>Cumbia Cienaguera
>Nature's Princess
>Diablo Suelta [The Loose Devil], El
>Lamentos Do Morro [Moans of the Hill]
>Agora Eu Sei [Now I Know]
>Music and the Word, The
>Forslund - (featuring Väsen)
>Choro Moreno

Album Notes

Liner Note Author: Monday Michiru.

Photographer: Takashi Matsuzaki.

Ten Years is a celebration of a label that's lived up to its name, putting out an eclectic mix of music -- everything from Brazilian to American roots-meets-Sweden and several points in between. Its focus has been on the jazzy side of the tracks and on Brazil, but at best, that's a generalization; the label has gone wherever its heart has led it. There's nothing here that hasn't already been released, sadly, but it's a chance to discover some gems that might otherwise have escaped attention, especially from the label's early days, like Moacir Santos' "Bluishmen" from 2004, or "Roseando" from the year before. The label has been more active recently, and more adventurous, as with the duo album from Eva Scow and Dusty Brough (represented here by "Sharon by the Sea") or Benjamin Taubkin's superb piano work. At three discs, it's probably a little too long -- two would have been fine -- but then again, maybe it's not possible to have too much of a good thing. ~ Chris Nickson


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