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From four solo albums by the Argentinian percussionist, master of the traditional Bomba drum: dj-tool workouts to piano-dappled rhythm fantasias, Afro-Latin sax grooves to roots. Check the opener.

Two beautiful 1962 albums: Muito A Vontado, JD on piano, with the likes of Sebastian Netto and Milton Banana, authentic Brazilian jazz; Bossa Nova Carnival, devoted to his music, with Dave Pike, Kenny Burrell…

With Nana Vasconcelos.

Previously unissued piano duets recorded live in a Rio bar in 1979, some tracks with Marc Johnson sitting in, and one with Leny Andrade singing.

Wonderful — a desert island disc. Vinyl from Klimt.

Introducing the bossa nova in 1959, the original LP plus extras. Appearing effortlessly cultured and crafted, as natural as breath.

From 1958-61, his first three albums. Genius.