This is Azymuth's 5th CD with British label FarOut, and a great one. There's been so many attributes from Azymtuh, praised throught their other CDs, that is not necessary to do so again on this review;
I just want to point out that here you have a perefect example of the dual rhythmic tendency of Azymuth, shown since their first CD back in 1975. The relaxed Brazilian Jazz tunes (like: Tempo Classico, Rede de Espera, Algodao Doce) and the Funk/Samba Jazz they are used to please us with (Partido Novo, Duro de Roer, Em Marica, Nome Dele E Joan).
After "Pieces of Ipanema", I like this CD the best from their "new phase".
If you love Azymuth and Brazilian Jazz, you owe this to your collection before it becomes extint and OOP.