The fifth and six releases on our new 7" re-issue imprint 'Brazil 45s' are in stock now:
A) Miguel de Deus - Black Soul Brothers B/W AA) Boogaloo Combo - Hot Pants Road
Side A features the title track from Miguel de Deus sought after 'Black Soul Brothers' album, an important record in the 'Black Rio' movement, originally released in 1977 on Copacabana. De Deus was the founding member of the legendary Os Brazões. This track has never before been released on 7".
The AA side features a cover of James Brown's 'Hot Pants Road' taken from their 1972 LP 'Com Muito Ritmo' on Epic Brazil, again previously unreleased on 7".
A) Os Originais do Samba - La Vem Salgueiro B/W AA) Tenha Fe, Pois Manaha U Lindo Dia Vai Nascer
Os Originais do Samba formed in Rio in the 1960's by members of samba schools. La Vem Salgueiro is a huge carnival jam featured on their 1972 RCA LP 'O Samba É A Corda...Os Originais A Caçamba'. Previously unreleased on 7".
'Tenha Fe, Pois Manaha U Lindo Dia Vai Nascer' is a Jorge Ben cover version. Salinas' version of this appears on the fourth Brazil 45, released earlier this year. Previously unreleased on 7" once again.
Check out the rest of the Brazil 45 series here. They are all limited edition with only 1,000 pressed per release. Make sure you pick them up before they sell out.