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Saturday, Jan 14 2017 | 06:09
Image: 1608287 'Nãnã Imborô' is a deep rootsy samba masterpiece that may have influenced Jorge Ben's 'Mas Que Nada'. The song appears on the much-revered and highly influential 'Tam... Tam... Tam...!' LP originally released way back in 1958. Gilles Peterson spent many years trying to track down an original and recently reinterpreted it with remixed and reworks.

Wróblewski Jazz Quintet's version from 1960's Poland is a wonderful mellow, atmospheric jazz version. A soaring main brass line with vibes and drums bubbling underneath. Originally released on a 4-track EP, we thought it needed a full side!

A. Jose Prates - Nana Imboro
AA. Wróblewski Jazz Quintet - Nana Imboro

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-l_8BurV_4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QalWtdKVgnQ Available from 10.02.2017
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