“For The Moment” Cd reviews
Quick and to the Point: An hour-plus chilled Brazilian jazz affair.
Brazilian guitarist Marco de Carvalho lays back on For the Moment, where he dwells almost exclusively in mounting relaxed grooves suffused with the endemic melodic tropical sensuousness so characteristic of his native country.
By ADAM GREENBURG
For the Moment is an album of light Brazilian jazz from Rio-based composer/guitarist Marco de Carvalho, now living in Seattle. The mood is thoroughly laid-back (as the third track will confirm), with de Carvalho’s light guitar work dominating the proceedings, and some soft drumming from Tad Britton, and Daniel de Carvalho laying the rhythm at the base of the compositions.
And check it out:
Jazz Times Magazine, April 2016 issue, page 70, Reviews Vox by Christopher Loudon. Rebecca Kilgore’s Cd “Moonshadow Dance” (Cherry Pie).
Click on Experience Marco’s Music page to hear the track.