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Masayoshi Takanaka

Brasilian Skies

PROT7228
Release Notes
  • Originally released in 1978
  • Pressed on black vinyl
  • Featuring Haruko Kuwana, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Jeff Porcaro (TOTO) and Paulinho da Costa as participating artists

Brasilian Skies is the fourth studio album by Japanese jazz fusion guitarist Masayoshi Takanaka, released via Kitty Records on July 21, 1978. The album includes several songs recorded in Brazil with Brazilian musicians. Notable tracks on the record include, “Star Wars Samba”, a samba arrangement of Star Wars and and the fan-favorite “Disco B”. Haruko Kuwana, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Jeff Porcaro (TOTO) and Paulinho da Costa are among the many participants on the album.