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Here's an extra special bonus Earth, Wind & Fire track for you all, the (re-edit) of "Brazilian Rhyme" from their 1977 album "All 'n All." The song is an interesting one. It's a cover of a Milton Nascimento song (I still can't seem to find which song it is a cover of, but I'm certain I have the Milton album from which it's from). It's more of a variation on a theme than a cover I suspect, taking Milton's delightful vocalese style and bolstering it with the fantastic EWF rhythm section and vocal harmonies. On top of that you have Eumir Deodato producing it and this is the guy who is credited with "discovering" Milton Nascimento more than 10 years prior! The re-edit is sooo necessary, because the original track comes as two separate interludes, one is 1:20 and the other is only :50 long, so splicing and looping is the only way to go. This is from the Bozo-Meko 12" pressing that you can probably find at Turntable Lab.
Earth, Wind & Fire - Brazilian Rhyme (re-edit)