The first U.S. vinyl reissue of the Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Sivuca's self-titled set for Reprise, we have this on clear with red and yellow swirl vinyl.

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This record was pressed by VMP and you can't get this specific variation anywhere else.

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color Clear with red and yellow swirl
foil stamped Yes
numbered Yes

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exclusive VMP Exclusive
jacket style Direct-To-Board
jacket type Single
label Real Gone
pressing location Gotta Groove Records
release type Reissue
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Noted composer, arranger, and accordionist, Sivuca developed a very successful international solo career after having performed with Baden Powell, Toots Thielemans, Chiquinho do Acordeon, Radam√©s Gnattali, Rosinha de Valen√ßa, Waldir Azevedo, Harry Belafonte, and Miriam Makeba, among many others. On the cover photograph, Sivuca may resemble an elf whose voice one would expect to be a high falsetto chirp, accompanied by the thrummed acoustic he has in hand. With white locks and a full beard, staring delightfully into the skin of his own eyelids, Sivuca has an ecstatic smile that is only half an indication of the joy this album contains. That is to say it is somewhat aesthetically deceptive. Additionally, given the fact that the album originally appeared on Vanguard, it would be predictable that it could be a folk exploration similar to those of the late John Fahey, who also recorded for the label periodically. However, the label also specialized in diversity, and Sivuca is a composer with one of the most far-reaching and exotic repertoires that the legendary label released. With Latin jazz, folk, and bossa nova of the highest order, as well as arrangements that touch on Sergio Mendes, this album should hold great appeal for fans of the Jorge Ben, Caetano Veloso, and Gilberto Gil axis of Brazilian music.


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