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Dom Um Romao

Dom Um

Dom Um

Finally on CD. Romao's Debut Album from 1964. 12 Tracks by one of the most outstanding Brazilian Percussionists. "Vivo Sonhando" (Antonio Carlos Jobim), "Consolacao" (Baden Powell / Vinicius De Moraes), "Africa" (Waltel Branco). --album description
 

Hotmosphere

Hotmosphere
 

Lake of Perseverance

Lake Of Perseverance

Mr. Romao is the best Brazilian drummer/percussionist ever. A living legend, at 76 he is also becoming a dancefloor star in Europe, after many years doing famous USA jazz dates with Ron Carter, Cannonball Adderley, Yusef Lateef and countless others. Not to mention his playing on the landmark "Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim" album. Oh, and he was also a member of Weather Report during their heyday! This new album features many young Brazilian talents such as Danilo Caymmi, Marcelo Salazar, Paula Faour, Jorge Pescara, Ithamara Koorax and Nani Palmeira. Highly recommended. --an Amazon reviewer
 

Also See:

Life After That

Airto Moreira
 

Nana Vasconcelos

Brazilian Drummers & Percussionists

Jazz Meets Brazil

Brazil Meets Jazz

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