Fábio - Lindo sonho delirante LSD {1968}

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Los Orientales de Paramonga - Lobos Al Escape {1970}

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Karma - Depois Do {1972}

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O Terço - Adormeceu {1970}

Yes, Madlib, the supervillain stole it! That mean, genius m*th*rf*ck*r.

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Módulo 1000 - Animalia {1970}

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Ronnie Von - Você de Azul {1970}

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Walter Franco - Me Deixe Mudo {1973}

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Gal Costa has going through so many changes in her career, that it was hard to pick only one representing her great music. I just picked the two most impressive live videos in which her passion and beauty shines the brightest. The first two studio albums from 1969 (“Gal Costa” & “Gal”) are blocked on Youtube in Germany due to copyright claims nobody can really understand. Check the albums out anyway and buy it, preferably on vinyl. More information on psychedelic music from Brazil and the “Tropicalia” era can be found here.

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Loyce & Os Gnomos - Era uma nota de 50 cruzeiros {1969}

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Mamman Sani - Taaritt {1985}

"In Niger we have sweet melodies. When the music is good, it’s a positive vibration. When someone can cry because of a melody, there is something humane in them. If you are stressed, you can take this music like a tablet. It’s music to cool down. It’s not music for dancing, but maybe it can make you dream."

Don’t forget to check out his amazing early work from 1977, which was re-released by “Sahel Sounds Records”.

Listen/purchase: Taaritt by Mamman Sani

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