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Azymuth - Rapid Transit

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  1. Following its release, Before We Forget, Azymuth has a new album in stores. For the first time on CD, Cascades () is released in digital format. Completing this highly anticipated release, Rapid Transit () makes up the remaining of this 2-in-1 package. If you have never heard the Samba Doido sound, you are in for a special treat.
  2. Jun 22,  · This item: Cascades & Rapid Transit by Azymuth Audio CD $ Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by akikuscofymdagdathis.infoinfo FREE Shipping on orders over $ Details. Telecommunication by Azymuth Audio CD $ Only 2 left in stock (more on the way)/5(12).
  3. On both Cascades and Rapid Transit, Azymuth is creatively successful because it doesn't resort to a lot of gimmicks. The Brazilian combo simply lets the creativity flow, providing adventurous yet accessible fusion that combines jazz with Brazilian rhythms, as well as rock and funk/5(4).
  4. 48 Likes, 1 Comments - ELLA RECORDS (@ellarecords) on Instagram: “Azymuth/Rapid Transit. Brazilian Fusion代表83年作! 納涼Mellow Funk~Fusion!.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rapid Transit on Discogs/5(37).
  6. On both Cascades and Rapid Transit, Azymuth is creatively successful because it doesn't resort to a lot of gimmicks. The Brazilian combo simply lets the creativity flow, providing adventurous yet accessible fusion that combines jazz with Brazilian rhythms, as well as rock and funk.9/
  7. Azymuth is a Brazilian jazz-funk trio formed in The original band members were the late Jose Roberto Bertrami (), plus Alex Malheiros (bass, guitars), and Ivan Conti (drums, percussion).Genres: Jazz, samba, funk.
  8. 11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Azymuth - Rapid Transit at Discogs. Complete your Azymuth collection/5(67).
  9. Recorded in , Rapid Transit finds them doing what they do best: a rhythmic yet very melodic fusion of jazz, samba, funk, and rock. José Roberto Bertrami, Alex Malheiros, and Ivan Conti were never jazz purists, but they definitely bring an improviser's mentality to lyrical offerings like "Somewhere in Brazil," "Afternoon," and "Make Mine Guaraná."8/

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