The fact they have recorded one hell of a version of one of my favourite Herbie Hancock tunes, “Butterfly”, is beside the point! The drums are REAL, the guitar and flute at the forefront, and it has an atmosphere which envelopes you in aural cotton wool and the strings simply are the business. IF this was the only good track on here, I would have no hesitation in buying the album for this alone! Slap bass and quirky keys rule the waves of “Os Cara La” making is a perfect drivetime jam, and as for “Meu Dolce Amigo” - all I can say is WOW! The 70s are back! God, isn't the soul and jazz scene vibrant and buoyant again today?! “New Dawn” is simply beautiful, again the strings add a rich, velvety quality and the guitar and 70s keys are just what the doctor ordered! Excited as I was by this juncture, “Triagem” totally gripped me furthermore and helped really get me excited about this release. To which we add “Morning” and “Next Summer In Rio” for good measure. I hear albums like this and my heart swells, and to see that it is a British label championing this material is something I am doubly proud of.