Yet again I've conjured up 5 albums which I've been currently listening to and probably haven't gone through your radar. I regard most of these as extremely good and unique 1) Conjunto Bembossa - Birimbau (Sambas) (1964) This may very well be the most obscure record I've talked about up to now. Boasting only a few views per song on youtube (though commanding high prices for the original vinyl issue), this easily earns the title of an underrated gem. While the songs may be covers of widely famous compositions, this album stands out for the absolute drive and punch embedded in the recordings, bringing out a jazzier and groovier side to these Brazillian compositions. 'Garôta de Ipanema', for example, is easily one of my favourites takes of the song out there. This is music that can both be danced to and listened to, not something many can accomplish. 2) Ben Webster - For The Guv'nor (1969) The complete opposite of the energy we'd witnessed
Hollow Point One
Blog parallel to the Intervapeur Music Gallery of the same name. Ran By Holo.