Sunday, January 6, 2013

Various - 'Brazil Rhodes 4' (Comp. 17)



Hi folks, welcome to 2013 and the latest in a series of seventeen rhodes compilations. As per usual it comes with 70s jazz and brazilian flavours, and plenty of foonky electric piano. Check out the previews below .... 

This compilation is dedicated to the late José Roberto Bertrami, keyboard player from Azymuth, who provides the final track. Thanks as always to my fellow music bloggers. Hope you enjoy this selection, please say hi .... 


Braziliana No. 1 - Manfredo Fest (excerpt) 


Palmeiras - Candeias (excerpt) 


Berimbau - Jayme Marques (excerpt) 


Gafierira Universal - Banda Black Rio (excerpt) 


O Homem - Luis Eca (excerpt) 


TRACKLIST 
01 braziliana no.1 - manfredo fest
02 o homem - luis eca, bebeto, helcio
03 palmeiras- candeias
04 maracatu atomico - gilberto gil
05 route - moacir santos
06 that waltz - hermeto pascoal
07 quero alegria - emilio santiago
08 gafieria universal - banda black rio
09 berimbau - jayme marques
10 guanabara - dom salvador
11 vera cruz - stanley turrentine
12 mais kriola - helio matheus
13 facing east - manfredo fest
14 univac loves you - deodato
15 tema de heloisa - edson frederico
16 avessos - hector costita
17 se todos fossem iguais a voce - jose roberto bertrami

DOWNLOAD 
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Please say hi in the comments and chat so that I feel more encouraged to get back into this more regularly. Hope you enjoy the comp!

You can also check out Brazil rhodes compilations 1, 2 and 3

.... or all 17 rhodes compilations here

75 comments:

  1. I find your blog an amazing source of education for me, thanks so much!

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  2. Dear Simon .Happy new year ! Thanks for this and all the staff you brought to us through the years.Don't disappear for that long man!Thanks again.

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  3. Loved Nil's Jazz Ensamble, I'm sure this will be just as good, thanks for your hard work!

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  4. Welcome back Simon and
    Happy New Year!
    Thanks a lot for this great compilation.

    Cheers

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  5. Don't worry man: I follow you every day for some new post.
    Go on and thank you: you're doing a fantastic "rare" job.

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  6. Mediafire means:
    Permission Denied.
    "Vera Cruz" by Stanley Turrentine can be downloaded from one of these fine retailers.

    ???

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  7. Good to get another comp from you.
    One of my musical highlights of 2012 was seeing Alice Russell performing with Quantic & El Combo Barbaro, featuring, on Rhodes, Peruvian legend Alfredo Linares. I don't think you have features any of Linares' work on your blog yet. One for the future perhaps?

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  8. The final Bertrami track reminds me a great Italian artist, Sergio Endrigo, and his marvellous song from an album with Vinicius and Ungaretti http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pw3AFdl8xBk&

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  9. Ran across this blog when I was looking for some Amhad Jamal... and discovered that every compilation on here (at least of the 8 or 9 that I've downloaded) is chock-full of excellent music. Thanks!

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  10. Thanks for the comments guys :)
    Bernd - I can't keep up with Mediafire deletions, you'll have to grab the Rapidshare one. Thanks Davexy and Soul Gentleman for the connections, will follow those up!

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  11. Cheers Simon, this is most enjoyable as usual. Music I'd probably never hear otherwise if not here. I shouldn't be DLing this at all really since I'm in Japan which now has the harshest punishment in the world for such a heinous crime. 2 years jail for DLing, 10 years for Upping! Jeezus! Gimme a break. Go catch some real lawbreakers why doncha? Anyway, thanks again & good luck, out there in the free(?) world! (Sadly) iAnonymous.

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  12. Hope you don't get caught, anonymous! Thanks for the comment.

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  13. Many thanks Simon - all the best for 2013

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  14. Lovely comp Simon.

    A very prosperous 'n' Jazzy 2013 to ya.

    Cheers ;)

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  15. Great as usual. Thanks a lot, and keep it up.

    Radek

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  16. Great compilation as usual Simon.

    This is a reminder that I should be listening to Brazilian Jazz
    more often than I seem too these days.

    Good to hear Gilberto Gil again as well-a real old favourite of mine.

    Hope you post more in 2013.

    Thanks.

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  17. Youch! Anonymous, you should move to Canada! Non-commercial infringement is capped at $5000 with a minimum of $100, and thus far I believe there has not been a single successful prosecution.

    but that doesn't mean it isn't still kind of dumb: kat.ph released their top 50 torrent searches for 2012 and there's not a single music search in the list; most searches are for foreign language TV shows (probably because the DVD providers won't ship locally)

    So I will agree here with thanks for the rhodes scholarship, always interesting, always appreciated, and long may you run.

    btw, I notice a lot of mp3 blogs, those that aren't closing, are moving to some of the smaller share sites like zippyshare. I have no idea if those are free or better or laden with warez, it is just an observation on an alternative ;)

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  18. Superb mix - many thanks.

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  19. Cheers Simon, as you rightly say you can never have enough................
    Happy New Year !!
    Niall

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  20. Thanks Simon, A happy new year to you,got a long haul on Wed Brisbane to Perth so at least I'll have a funky hour or so.

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  21. yo!
    thanks for this great compilation!
    good new year's present!

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  22. Brilliant as usual - thank you

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  23. Hi Simon, a very happy new year to you, too

    Your compilations has accompanied me many times - thx a lot

    greets from cologne

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  24. YEahhhh.. always enjoy these Rhodes comps, thanks for another!

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  25. Thanks man, always look forward to your posts/uploads, awesome blog!

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  26. Thanks John, TSW, jazzobsessive, mrG, mark, Niall, Andy, Feo1, ANdrew, schimy, verge and anonymous for the comments, glad people are liking this :)

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  27. Fantastic time listening to your compilations again. Thank you!

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  28. Thank you very much ! Your blog is fantastic and compilation is unique
    Inspired by your compilations I want to offer a collection of songs Played By using Rhodes-piano behind the Iron Curtain Write what you think about it regards

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  29. Thx so much for uploading sth again! I can find so good sounds for sampling here! Keep it up!

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  30. Great compilations! I'm a radio DJ at KALX Berkeley in California and very excited to share these songs

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  31. Great Compilation Master Simon
    Many Thanks

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  32. Great blog!!! Thank you for the Brazil compilations. Check out mines if you want:

    http://musicforironing.blogspot.cem/2011/08/viva-brasil-volume-2.html

    http://musicforironing.blogspot.com/2011/07/viva-brasil-volume-1.html

    @ http://musicforironing.blogspot.com

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  33. Rhodes is my favourite instrument ever!!!!!
    Thanks for this wonderful blog!!!!

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  34. Simon,rock on in 2013!

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  35. Excellent compilation,

    thank you.
    R.I.P. José Roberto Bertrami

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  36. Simon,
    Nice work!Awesome cover art also.
    Happy New Year to you.
    Thanks for all the excellent music you've shared here.

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  37. Hi, just discovered your site wow! I love it! I managed to get your latest Rhodes compilation it's +awesome+ :)
    Trying to D/L the older ones, but Rapidshare says "user has denied download permission" or something like that. What gives? Is there any way for me to still get these great compilations? Really hoping so :D Thanks in advance!

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  38. Simon, ur blog is the best of its kind, but damn, links in this one don't work for me,
    Thanks for all sir
    Gabriel

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  39. Is Brazil Rhodes 4 linked somewhere other than Rapidshare or Mediafire? I was not able to Download Brazil Rhodes 4 from those 2 sites.As always---->THANKS!!!!

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  40. I'm stumbled upon this blog about a month ago, and I love it! Thanks a million - keep it up!

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  41. Are the links not working properly? :( access denied

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  42. Gahhh ... try this one guys
    http://www40.zippyshare.com/v/10918381/file.html

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  43. ianob etc : All rapidshare links on this blog should be working now. Rapidshare changed a few things that required me to change some settings in order to share again.

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  44. Hi,

    I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!!!!!

    Can you please give me links for your old 16 compilations! I need more of your music!

    Lg

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  45. Fantastic! Thankyou so much for sharing such incredible music. Very much appreciated!

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  46. Simon 666 - These Rhodes comps are AMAZING! Just too good to be true. You don't know how happy this music makes me! I'm +so+ glad I stumbled across your blog. Stumbling is what makes the internet worthwhile! THANK YOU for your efforts and sharing the beautiful sounds :) Best wishes from Japan

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  47. Great mix Simon and happy new year. Lots of nice little surprises in it and more to discover I am sure. Looking forward to more Rhodes inspiration this year!

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  48. Thanks for the comments guys .... anonymous/Lg : all the old comps will be active again now, there was a problem with Rapidshare that's been fixed now.

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  49. Simon you are just awesome.thank you so much. cheers from Serbia

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  50. Your style is unique in comparison to other folks I've read stuff from. Thank you for posting when you have the opportunity, Guess I will just bookmark this blog.

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  51. hi.. and thnx yous so much for all the wonderful shares!! you rock!!

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  52. New comp up, 'LATIN RHODES 4'

    http://neverenoughrhodes.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/various-latin-rhodes-4-comp-18.html

    Thanks as always for the comments and support :)

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  53. Wow! Excellent comp! This one helps the February doldrums! Thnks!

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  54. Manfredo Fest - Braziliana no 1, what a pool party tune. It'll be great for when the winter ends. For today anyway, it helped end winter for a 10 minutes. Very hot. Thanks!

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  55. I'm new to all this (Jazz), but I"m keen to have a listen. Thanks for the up.

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  56. lovely stuff - always get excited when I see you've posted a new comp :)

    Keep on sir

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  57. Very nice compilation, nice blog, I come back often. Thanks!

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  58. Keep it coming! I love the music- a delight.
    THANKS

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  59. 10 out of 10. A lot of great memories and a few unknown gems! I would pay easily in a record shop for such a compilation

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  60. This is absolutely amazing and precious.
    Thank you so much.
    Congrats.

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  61. Congrats man,

    Thanks to you me and so many people can know these great artists from the past.

    it's excellent to know that there are so many listener with good taste

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  62. nice site
    nice sounds
    terrific music
    fantastic tips

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  63. thanks again.. great music!

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  64. Thanks for all the comments guys, glad that you're enjoying this comp.

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  65. Hi everyone, new post (first in 18 months!) : 'Herbie Hancock - Man with a Suitcase' - a compilation of Herbie Hancock's fender rhodes playing on other people's records 1968-1978. MP3 and lossless WAV versions available here : http://neverenoughrhodes.blogspot.com.au/2015/12/herbie-hancock-man-with-suitcase-comp-20.html

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  66. HI! This is really great stuff you are sharing here. So many new sounds, pleasure to listen. Many thanks :)

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  67. Simon - recently discovered your blog. It's wonderful! I used to frequent the Loronix blogs from Zecalauro as well. Appreciate the history and insight into the artists. Thank-you! I will certainly be checking this out in the future. What pulled me here of all things was trying to find more information about Birthright's "Breath of Life".

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  68. Just now checking out the Brasil comps--thank you for doing this!

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  69. I really love the work you are doing here.
    Thanks

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  70. Love the Rhodes stuff, thanks

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