“DJ Lubi Presents Soul Rebels” radio show No.4 : 100% vinyl Brazilian and Latin music special featuring the listen-again link plus playlist

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“DJ Lubi Presents Soul Rebels” radio show No.4 : 100% vinyl Brazilian and Latin music special featuring the listen-again link plus playlist

For my fourth “DJ Lubi Presents Soul Rebels” radio show on KMAH Radio, I thought I would go for another 100% vinyl session but this time make it totally Brazilian and Latin music. Pulled out some nice records from the racks in the DJ Lubi HQ music room. Some dusty grooves and crackly tunes, all on LP format. The show is slightly shorter than usual – just 90 minutes instead of 2 hours – due to the headache of trying to park around the studio on a lunchtime in Leeds (UK) 2 weeks before Christmas! Finally got it going so better late than never. Here’s the full track listing. Hope you enjoy it.

Part 1 : 100% Brasileiro – bossa nova, samba rock, MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira), Brasil jazz

Mas Que Nada – Oscar Peterson (“Soulville Samba LP”, Philips 1966)
Pedro Pedreiro – Zelia Barbosa (“Brazil : Songs Of Protest”, Monitor 1968)
Paz y Arroz – Jorge Ben (“Ben”, Philips 1972, test pressing)
Agua De Beber – Zimbo Trio (“Zimbo Trio Vol 3”, RGE Records 1966)
Barra Limpa – Oscar Brown Jnr & Luis Henrique (“Finding a New Friend”, Fontana 1966)
Ora Bolas – Milton Banana Trio (“Balancando”, Odeon 1966)
Madalena – Tania Maria (“Olha Quen Chega”, EMI Odeon 1971)
Batucada – Joao & His Bossa Kings (“Cool Samba”, Battle 1962)
E Quiero E – Ed Lincoln (“Órgão E Piano Elétrico”, CID 1971)
Pra Que Chorar – Baden Powell (“Vol 1”, Barclay 1971)
Eu Sou Mais Eu – Ana Mazzotti (“Ana Mazzotti”, Top Tape 1974)
Indagorinha – Antonio Carlos & Jocafi (“Lo Mejor”, RCA 1974)
Melô dos Dois Bicudos- Azimuth (“Azimuth”, Som Livre 1975)
Outubro – Zimbo Trio (“Zimbo Trio Interpreta Milton Nascimento”, Clam 1986)

Part 2 : Afro-Cuban jazz, mambo, salsa clasica, son Cubano, Latin funk, Latin soul & rumba

Mas Que Nada – Patato y Totico (“Patato y Totico”, Verve 1968)
Randy – Arsenio Rodriguez & The Afro Cubano Sound (“Viva Arsenio”, Bang 1966)
Barandanga – Mongo Santamaria (“Our Man In Havana”, Fantasy 1961 – 1987 re-issue)
Give It Up – Montego Joe (“Wild & Warm”, Prestige 1965)
Mueve La Cintura – Cal Tjader (“Ritmo Caliente”, Fantasy 1956 red vinyl)
Sonerito – Sexteto Juventad (“El Sonido Del Sexteto”, Velvet 1972)
Heaven Is Not For Everyone – Tony Rojas (“Where My Head Is At”, Cotique 1972)
Martinez – Monguito Santamaria (“En Una Nota”, Inca 1974)
Mama Guela – Poncho Sanchez (“Poncho”, Discovery 1979)
Tellez Control – Los D’Siempre (“Los D’Siempre”, Arieto 1981)
Emiliano – Bobby Carcasses & Afro Jazz (“La Esquina De Afro Jazz”, Arieto 1989)
Tanya – Cal Tjader (“Soul Sauce”, Verve 1964)
Carmen La Ronca – Grupo Folklórico Y Experimental Nuevayorquino (“Concepts In Unity”, Salsoul 1976)
La Batucomparsa – Wilfredo Stephenson (“An Ensemble Of Salsa Percussion”, Amigo 1982)
Canto Do Ossanha – Tamba Four (“We And The Sea”,  A&M 1968)

Next live “DJ Lubi Presents Soul Rebels” radio show on KMAH Radio is Monday 4th January 2016, 12.00-14.00 UK time and will be the “DJ Lubi’s Top Picks of 2015” session.

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