Worldwide Reissue on Vinyl for the first time
In sixty-five years of professional life, the clarinettist, saxophonist, arranger, conductor, and popular and symphonic composer lived the spirit of his time (1932-2010) always a few steps ahead. He created duos, trios, quartets, heptets, small popular orchestras, and jazz bands and reinvented the sound of gafieira. He walked between African rhythm and American and European avant-garde, transforming the Brazilian soul.
In "Mensagem", Paulo Moura presents what we can call his perspective as an arranger and jazz soloist. To do this, he brings together a repertoire of great modern Brazilian composers of the time, such as Tom Jobim and Milton Nascimento. The album marks Wagner Tiso's first appearance as a musician and arranger of some tracks with Paulo Moura. A fruitful relationship that will last through time
One of the greatest musicians in the history of Brazilian music. Conductor, composer, arranger, band leader and, without a doubt, one of Brazil's most brilliant wind players.
In 68, Paulo Moura brought together a notable group from the country's jazz and instrumental music to record the album "Mensagem". There are ten songs by different authors, such as Tom Jobim, Milton Nascimento, and Marcos Valle, among others, in jazzy atmospheres that mix with bossa nova and samba-jazz.

Available: 17 Novembro 2023


Fernando Oly - "Tempo Prá Tudo"

Stunning private press album from 1981 by Minas Gerais singer-songwriter



Fernando Oly is a musician who was part of Lô Borges' band and took part in the recording of the album "Via Láctea" in 1979. He placed one of his compositions among the album's tracks: "Chuva na Montanha," whose original version was also included on “Tempo Pra tudo.”


Available August

Jazz Fusion at his best

"300 MPH" is Namaz's first album masterpiece released in 1981 by Namaz, a four-piece fusion band based in Heidelberg, Germany, centered on guitarist Werner Goos and keyboardist Joachim Essich.

The sound is Jazz Fusion based on outstanding technique but has a Latin-Brazilian feel.

Available 11 September