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  • Lowest:$2,500.00
  • Median:$2,552.08
  • Highest:$2,604.17

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Arthur VerocaiArthur Verocai

Label:Continental (3) – SLP-10.079
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country:Brazil
Released:
Genre:Jazz, Latin, Funk / Soul
Style:MPB, Jazz-Funk

Tracklist

A1Caboclo2:48
A2Pelas Sombras2:13
A3Sylvia2:59
A4Presente Grego2:29
A5Dedicada A Ela3:30
B1Seriado1:40
B2Na Boca Do Sol2:52
B3Velho Parente2:17
B4O Mapa2:38
B5Karina (Domingo No Grajaú)5:14
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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Arthur Verocai (LP, Album, Reissue)Luv N' HaightLHLP042US2003
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Arthur Verocai (CD, Album, Reissue)Luv N' Haight, UbiquityLHCD042US2003
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Arthur Verocai (LP, Album, Reissue, Test Pressing)Luv N' HaightLHLP042US2003
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Arthur Verocai (CD, Album, Promo, Reissue)Luv N' HaightLHCD042US2003
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Arthur Verocai (LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold)Kindred Spirits, Kindred SpiritsKSRE8-LP, KSRE8LPNetherlands2011

Reviews

medfly70's avatar
medfly70
A copy of this sold at Mr Bongos pop up at Rappcats yesterday for $8,000 cash! I didn’t look at the quality but it had to be NM for that price.
bossdj's avatar
bossdj
I think this may be one of those LPs that’s more in demand than rare. According to Discogs stats at least 120 members own a copy. If you lived in Brazil you could probably find original copies if you knew where to look.
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Nakar
this original period record was sold here in Brazil this year for $ 3,500 at the Medusa Records store. impeccable was the vinyl. I saw it with my own eyes. Amazing. Really Medusa Records is a store of rarity and excellent quality. It stayed in my life story.
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telefonhure
I can belive that he is playing a live show in cologne, germany this year.
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obertsounds
According to article published by UOL Brasil (link in Portuguese, below) this album was considered a dud by the record company due to poor sales at the time. In consequence many copies were recalled and recycled, resulting in its tremendous scarcity (and consequential high price) today. It took Ludacris, MF Doom and other celebrated rap producers and artists sampling it out to turn it into a highly sought after collectable worldwide.

https://entretenimento.uol.com.br/noticias/bbc/2018/08/26/o-disco-de-mpb-esnobado-em-1973-que-virou-cult-no-rap-americano-atual.htm
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BoxhoundTKO
A real hidden gem of an album. I've only heard his songs on Youtube so I'm assuming the original physical vinyl sounds 10x better.
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Martell0
One of my favorite albums of all time. I already owned an excellent reissue, but within seconds of listening this version I heard lots of details and depth I'd never noticed before, and this records has a lot of it. Do yourself a favor and buy this release, this is the definitive version!
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ocky01
The Original pressing is amazing if you happen to come across an original don't sleep and buy it ! Its worth every dollar this record commands in price :)
ccj's avatar
ccj
Recent copy (mid-2011) of this original went on Ebay went for over US$ 5000!

But it is good, so a lossless digital is just fine for us mere mortals. ;-)