Disc:VG+ (has a little chirpy noise part, please check audio sample, strongly nice condition as latin record)
Jacket:VG+ (light scuffs/wear, inside of gatefold sleeve has slight stain, totally good condition)
A gewel piece in 1975 by Agustin Pereyra Lucena, a pioneer of bossa nova in Argentina. It's a Bossa Nova sound with a touch of Argentinean jazz sophistication and mellowness. Include one of highlight tune "Amazonas" a Joao Donato cover sung by Laura Hatton, "Pocas Esperanzas," a sweat bossa tune scored by Agustin Pereyra Lucena, "Viento Que Va" a guitar-playing cover of Baden Powell, one of Pereyra's most revered composer, ”Guayabas” a flowing mellow groove with electric piano and flute. It's a feeling that makes to forget everything. This beautiful twilight sea jacket is an Argentine original only.