Guitarist Paulo Morello and his three equally talented co-musicians merge jazzy bop and the variety of rhythms, forms and moods of Brazilian music into something new and beautiful. Paulo Morello has put together an exquisite band for 'Sambop', Lula Galvo (born 1962), is the star guest from Brazil on the acoustic guitar and one of the masters of his profession, who has played with Caetano Veloso, Rosa Passos, Ivan Lins and Guinga. The rhythmic drive is provided by Eduardo 'Dudu' Penz on electric bass and Mauro Martins on drums - two Brazilians living in Switzerland, for Paulo Morello 'the best Brazilian rhythm section in all of Europe'.
Guitarist Paulo Morello and his three equally talented co-musicians merge jazzy bop and the variety of rhythms, forms and moods of Brazilian music into something new and beautiful. Paulo Morello has put together an exquisite band for 'Sambop', Lula Galvo (born 1962), is the star guest from Brazil on the acoustic guitar and one of the masters of his profession, who has played with Caetano Veloso, Rosa Passos, Ivan Lins and Guinga. The rhythmic drive is provided by Eduardo 'Dudu' Penz on electric bass and Mauro Martins on drums - two Brazilians living in Switzerland, for Paulo Morello 'the best Brazilian rhythm section in all of Europe'.
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Label: IOT
Rel. Date: 02/26/2021
UPC: 798747713528

Sambop
Artist: Paulo Morello
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Guitarist Paulo Morello and his three equally talented co-musicians merge jazzy bop and the variety of rhythms, forms and moods of Brazilian music into something new and beautiful. Paulo Morello has put together an exquisite band for 'Sambop', Lula Galvo (born 1962), is the star guest from Brazil on the acoustic guitar and one of the masters of his profession, who has played with Caetano Veloso, Rosa Passos, Ivan Lins and Guinga. The rhythmic drive is provided by Eduardo 'Dudu' Penz on electric bass and Mauro Martins on drums - two Brazilians living in Switzerland, for Paulo Morello 'the best Brazilian rhythm section in all of Europe'.