Jazzanova’s Alexander Barck Picks His Top 5 Brazilian Albums


This is the first installment of a new feature on the Cultural Cannibals blog. Each week we’ll ask a different artist to tell us their top 5 favorite Brazilian albums. This week it’s Jazzanova’s Alexander Barck. Check out a brilliant Brazilian mix from Alex posted below his list.

Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks as we’ll be featuring lists created by a diverse range of artists, from Baile Funk legend DJ Marlboro to Hip-Hop MC and producer Jneiro Jarel.

Throughout their history Jazzanova have maintained a consistent involvement with Brazilian music, from incorporating elements of samba and bossa nova into their sound, to remixing Brazilian artists like Marcos Valle & Azymuth, to releasing the double LP compilation Paz e Futebol. It’s no surprise that Alex’s list is full of jazzy, groove oriented albums.

Alexander Barck of Jazzanova – Top 5:

1. Edu Lobo – Missa Breve – EMI 1973

2. Burnier & Cartier – self titled – Odeon 1976

3. Jaime e Nair – self titled – CID 1974

4. Arthur Verocai – self titled – Continental 1972

5. Ronie & Central do Brasil – self titled – Tapecar 1975

Alexander Barck: Brazil Selection

Brazil-Selection by alib

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One Response to Jazzanova’s Alexander Barck Picks His Top 5 Brazilian Albums

  1. Russ Slater says:

    Some awesome LPs here. Big fan of Edu Lobo and Artur Verocai. Will definitely check out the others. Never heard Jaime & Nair or Ronie & Central do Brasil. Looking forward to hearing them!Sounds and Colours

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