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"It's not often that an essential new release hits the street, and for the purposes of adding to your collection in a cost-effective manner it is imperative to recognize a class act when it's in your face, and to score the product while the stocks are fresh in the stores. Such a release is this fine effort on Ubiquity offshoot label CuBop, a compendium of the cream of the first two LP's by the straight-out-of-Tokyo Soul Bossa Trio, with not an ounce of fat left in the mix. Extremely dance-friendly, a crystal clear production, an on-the-money sleeve and every track a retro groovy winner in a soulful Brazilian Latin straight-ahead style. My only regret about this album is that it wasn't released at midnight on December 31st--then I could have voted it my album of the year for 1995 and 1996."
- On The One Magazine


The Soul Bossa Trio was formed by Gonzales Suzuki in 1993, after the breakup of the Tokyo Panorama Mambo Boys, who had carved themselves a niche in the 1980s Tokyo club scene. Piano, bass, and drums swing hard in a Brazilian and Afro-Cuban style.