First CD issue of 1968 album by the producer and arranger behind Brazil's legendary Os Mutantes, who together with Gilberto Gil and Gal Costa were one of the bands to revolutionize Brazilian music and create Tropicalia - a genre in its own right. Drawing from the Beatles ('Flying', 'Lady Madonna') and other popular hits of yore ('Honey', 'Judy In Disguise') as well as his own compositions, Duprat seamlessly blends pop, easy listening and smooth bossa with spectacular orchestral arrangements and far-out freakouts of the decidedly acid variety, creating one of the most individual sounds of the late Sixties. Mutantes themselves appear on four tracks. El. 2005.
Las Guías Visuales de España, por su planteamiento dinámico y actualizado, que permite descubrir, paso a paso, nuestro país de forma amena y atractiva, son la mejor obra de consulta para antes, durante y después del viaje. Esta guía ofrece una visión completa de la Comunidad Valenciana, una tierra alegre y mediterránea poblada por gentes que saben disfrutar de la vida. …
Compilation of 2 CD's published in 1998 with a selection of the best Brazilian music performed by some of its most famous interpreters (Everaldo Jobim, Astrud Gilberto, Jayme Marques, …). Besides universally wellknown issues (Girl From Ipanema, Mama eu quero or Tico tico) are other less known in Brazilian music (Adocica, Requebra, E o Tchan, …)
Bossa Nova translated as the "new beat" or "the new style", grew out of Rio De Janeiro in 1958. The instigators were a handful of artists with a desire to break from tradition, developing the samba rhythms with the influence of cool American jazz to find a music with such a warm soul and natural rhythm that no-one can help but tap and sway to its beat. Bossa Nova is palm trees swaying, it is like melting sugar in hot coffee, it is the setting sun and warm sand underfoot. It is the sound and beat of Brazil, it is one of the world's coolest musical styles and it remains to this day one of the world's great musical treasures.