New reissue with corrected track listing and proper name of the artist (incomplete in the original issue).
Info insert with pictures and liner notes about the artist.
Digital Download Code.
“I think I have never met anybody, with the exception of Brazilian guitarists Baden Powell and Toquinho, as connected to his instrument as Agustín Pereyra Lucena” – Vinicius de Moraes
The words by Bossa Nova’s seminal poet Vinicius seem fit as a good introduction to Agustín Pereyra Lucena, the undisputed ambassador of Brazilian music in Argentina, and a revered guitarist since his early years. Pereyra Lucena became fascinated by Brazilian music during the years of Bossa Nova, a sound that would define his career despite his later incursions in Jazz and French Impressionism. This passion led him to drop his architecture studies and become a full time musician, forging his own sound, befriending Vinicius and Toquinho and sharing stage with many of Brazil’s greatest musicians.
Released in Argentina as “Ese Día Va A Llegar” in 1975, and the following year in Europe as “Brasiliana”, this was Pereyra Lucena’s fourth album. A tasteful blend of covers and original compositions, the result is a thrilling Bossa Jazz album with a character of its own, and which also served as the starting point of Guillermo Reuter’s career, who would shortly after start his project Candeias, with Agustín Pereyra Lucena on guitar.