Pass over the the desperately outdated and cheesy front cover and make sure to check out this choice cut of Brazilian 80s boogie straight from the mind of musician and production legend Lincoln Olivetti. Over the years he worked with some of the most important names from that period in Brazilian music including Jorge Ben, Tim Maia, and Erasmo Carlos. Hiding behind the mellow groove is a funky and propulsive backbone that drives this whole track forward. This track and the album in general is a perfect jumping off point to the world of Tim Maia, Marcos Valle and Rio De Janeiro’ sun kissed coastal boogie. If you like what you hear then wrap your ears around more of the same.