A lot of people hold that music from the 60s was the best. And Brazil is generally considered to punch well above its already considerable weight musically.
So there’s no surprise that this energetic number from ’60s Brazil is so heavily laden with funkiness that it seems fit to burst!
The Bossa Nova background to Dom Salvador’s inspired piano playing is clear, as he sprints up and down the octaves and drags the drummer, bassist and horns player with him.
It fits somewhere between Bossa Nova and Funk – a great example of MPB, or ‘Música popular brasileira’ (Popular Music of Brazil).
The track was released on Dom Salvador in 1969, and reissued in 2016.