sorry, not absolutely that necessary for me..



  1. The unique Azymuth sound was born. The second album ‘Agua Nao Come Mosca’ was an even bigger success. It was also released in the USA and Japan on Atlantic Records, bringing international attention. This LP led to a deal with the American jazz label Milestone Records.
  2. Flora Purim CD discography "Stories To Tell" was her second album for the Milestone label, made in , which featured a heavyweight line-up from the fusion world that included Weather Report's Miroslav Vitous, George Duke, Earl Klugh and her husband.
  3. From this followed their first LP with the Som Livre label and ‘Linda De Horizonte’ (used in another novella). This LP featured classics like ‘Manha’ (a standard on the London club scene) and ‘Faca De Conta’. The unique Azymuth sound was born. The second album ‘Agua Nao .
  4. The core album is one of the sweetest electric records to come from 70s Brazil – the fabulous first effort from the Azymuth trio, and work that's hardly been matched again!
  5. Outubro Azymuth; Pure: Best Of Far Out Years CD1 Azymuth; Jazz Carnival Azymuth; Rapid Transit Azymuth; Before We Forget Azymuth; 21 Anos Azymuth; Aurora (Remixes & Originals) CD1 Azymuth; Crazy Rhythm Azymuth; Aguia Nao Come Mosca Azymuth; Tudo Bem Azymuth; Linha Do Horizonte Azymuth; Pure: Best Of Far Out Years CD2 Azymuth.
  6. Vinyl, CD & Tape. Vinyl was, is and shall remain the medium embodying the love of music like no other. For this reason, HHV has been offering a large selection of LPs and singles for true music buffs since From current releases and coveted limited editions to reissues of timeless classics – in our online record store we carry vinyl records of all formats in a range of more than 70,
  7. Review: Brazilian jazz-funk combo Azymuth just keep going. Having released their first album in , they continue to impress with their effortlessly soulful blends of samba-jazz and fusion grooves. Here, their overlooked (but excellent) Aurrora LP gets a deserved reissue (CD2), alongside a disc of new and recent remixes (CD1).
  8. Warm, wonderful, and incredibly far-reaching in scope – possibly the most ambitious record cut by Azymuth in recent years – a perfect blend of jazzy fusion, Brazilian rhythms, and some of the London broken beat culture that the group have come into contact with through their label, Far.

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