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    Origine du Groupe : Brazil , United Kingdom

    Style : World Music Electro , Remix

    Sortie : 2009

    Tracklist :

    01. Intro - Azymuth - Manha (Demo)
    02. Friends From Rio 2 feat. Celia Vaz - Os Escravos Do Jo
    03. Jose Mauro - Obnoxious
    04. Krishnanda - Esta Tudo Ai
    05. The Ipanemas - Canto Pra Oxum (Song For Oxum)
    06. Clara Moreno - Deixa Nega Gingar
    07. Sidney Miller - E Isso Ai
    08. The Ipanemas - Malandro Quando Vaza
    09. Grupo Batuque - Berimbal (Capoeira)
    10. Aleuda - Galope
    11. Krishnanda - Quem Sou Eu
    12. Democustico - Vagalume
    13. Azymuth - Melo Dos Dois Bicudos
    14. Binario - Balinha
    15. Joyce, Nana Vasconcelos, Mauricio Maestro - Chegada
    16. Friends From Rio 1 feat. Celia Vaz - Fransisco Cat (Pressure Drop Remix)
    17. Arthur Verocai - Tudo Do Bom (Domu Mash Reedit) (*)
    18. Grupo Batuque - Na Batida Do Agogo (Osunlade Remix)
    19. Azymuth - Depois Do Carnival (Spiritual South Remix) (*)
    20. Jose Carretas feat. Zeep - Memories (*)
    21. Joyce - Fejao Com Arroz (Bass Line Mix) (*)
    22. Jose Roberto Bertrami & His Modern Sound - Joana
    23. Alex Malheiros And Banda Utopia feat. Sabrina Malheiros - Uno Esta (*)


    World renowned BBC Radio 1 DJ Gilles Peterson compiles a spectacular collage mix tape from the vaults of Far Out Recordings for this fifteenth anniversary celebration. A close friend to Joe Davis for 25 years, Gilles Peterson has been a constant supporter of the original and best UK based Brazilian record label. The pair released the original "Brazilika" compilation on Gilles' Talking Loud label 15 years ago and now go full circle with the fourth installment in Far Out's series, following block party mixes from Kenny Dope, 4 Hero  and Andy Votel. Brazilian music aficionados Peterson and Davis introduced a new generation to the cream of Brazil's bossa and post-bossa artists and here expertly blend the cream of the timeless with the new breed from Far Out's vast catalogue. Gilles Peterson's "Brazilika" includes five exclusive unreleased tracks and is the definitive collection of Far Out's work, taking us on a breathless ride through a beautiful, barmy Brazil.


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