Waterloo Records

"Nao Deixe para Amanha" (Don't Put Off Until Tomorrow) is the debut album of Brazilian Trombonist, Educator, Composer, and Arts Administrator, Felipe Brito. The project integrates Afro-Brazilian and Native-Brazilian music genres such as samba, bossa nova, maracatu, and alujá using a modern jazz language. Felipe's original compositions reflect his life in Brazil and The United States. The team of musicians counts on Latin Grammy Award winner sound engineer Adonias Souza Jr., Latin Grammy Award winner saxophonist Raphael Ferreira, and pianist Fabio Leandro, together with Brazilian superstar artists Rodrigo Bras (drums) and Jackson Silva (bass). This album strongly marks the underrepresentation of Afro-Brazilian and LatinX musicians in the United States as being the first of it's kind in the US market.
"Nao Deixe para Amanha" (Don't Put Off Until Tomorrow) is the debut album of Brazilian Trombonist, Educator, Composer, and Arts Administrator, Felipe Brito. The project integrates Afro-Brazilian and Native-Brazilian music genres such as samba, bossa nova, maracatu, and alujá using a modern jazz language. Felipe's original compositions reflect his life in Brazil and The United States. The team of musicians counts on Latin Grammy Award winner sound engineer Adonias Souza Jr., Latin Grammy Award winner saxophonist Raphael Ferreira, and pianist Fabio Leandro, together with Brazilian superstar artists Rodrigo Bras (drums) and Jackson Silva (bass). This album strongly marks the underrepresentation of Afro-Brazilian and LatinX musicians in the United States as being the first of it's kind in the US market.
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Don't Put Off Until Tomorrow [Digipak]
Artist: Felipe Brito
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Vai
2. Aos Amigos Da Vida
3. Pegada
4. Nao Deixa Cair
5. Chiquita Hermosa
6. Nao Deixe Para Amanha (Don't Put Off Until Tomorrow)

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"Nao Deixe para Amanha" (Don't Put Off Until Tomorrow) is the debut album of Brazilian Trombonist, Educator, Composer, and Arts Administrator, Felipe Brito. The project integrates Afro-Brazilian and Native-Brazilian music genres such as samba, bossa nova, maracatu, and alujá using a modern jazz language. Felipe's original compositions reflect his life in Brazil and The United States. The team of musicians counts on Latin Grammy Award winner sound engineer Adonias Souza Jr., Latin Grammy Award winner saxophonist Raphael Ferreira, and pianist Fabio Leandro, together with Brazilian superstar artists Rodrigo Bras (drums) and Jackson Silva (bass). This album strongly marks the underrepresentation of Afro-Brazilian and LatinX musicians in the United States as being the first of it's kind in the US market.
        
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