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'Atlantis' is a smouldering jazz-funk, cinematic excursion courtesy of the Brazilian maestro, Daniel Salinas. A conductor, pianist, arranger, and producer, he has worked across several genres within Brazil's rich musical tapestry, including the Beatles-inspired Jovem Guarda movement, jazz-funk, and MPB to name just a few. He featured on records by Franco, Célia, Perfume Azul Do Sol, Wilson Simonal, Juca Chaves and a whole host of Brazilian greats. Released in 1973 on Top Tape Records, 'Atlantis', features one of Salinas' best-known recordings (at least in Europe), his much-loved interpretation of 'Also Sprach Zarathustra' entitled 'Straussmania'. It was inspired by Eumir Deodato's global hit of the same year and went on to be adopted by various scenes becoming a classic within rare groove circles as well as amongst breaks and beats diggers.
'Atlantis' is a smouldering jazz-funk, cinematic excursion courtesy of the Brazilian maestro, Daniel Salinas. A conductor, pianist, arranger, and producer, he has worked across several genres within Brazil's rich musical tapestry, including the Beatles-inspired Jovem Guarda movement, jazz-funk, and MPB to name just a few. He featured on records by Franco, Célia, Perfume Azul Do Sol, Wilson Simonal, Juca Chaves and a whole host of Brazilian greats. Released in 1973 on Top Tape Records, 'Atlantis', features one of Salinas' best-known recordings (at least in Europe), his much-loved interpretation of 'Also Sprach Zarathustra' entitled 'Straussmania'. It was inspired by Eumir Deodato's global hit of the same year and went on to be adopted by various scenes becoming a classic within rare groove circles as well as amongst breaks and beats diggers.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MR BONGO
Rel. Date: 01/27/2023
UPC: 7119691283418

Atlantis
Artist: Daniel Salinas
Format: Vinyl
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'Atlantis' is a smouldering jazz-funk, cinematic excursion courtesy of the Brazilian maestro, Daniel Salinas. A conductor, pianist, arranger, and producer, he has worked across several genres within Brazil's rich musical tapestry, including the Beatles-inspired Jovem Guarda movement, jazz-funk, and MPB to name just a few. He featured on records by Franco, Célia, Perfume Azul Do Sol, Wilson Simonal, Juca Chaves and a whole host of Brazilian greats. Released in 1973 on Top Tape Records, 'Atlantis', features one of Salinas' best-known recordings (at least in Europe), his much-loved interpretation of 'Also Sprach Zarathustra' entitled 'Straussmania'. It was inspired by Eumir Deodato's global hit of the same year and went on to be adopted by various scenes becoming a classic within rare groove circles as well as amongst breaks and beats diggers.
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