The quintessence of Afro-Brazil came into existence as a result of the Black African, Catholic and Aboriginal Indian cultures fusing together. The Candomble guides the listener into a trance with its strong rhythm and song, while purifying the spirit. A recording of the Japan performance of Monica Millett from Terreiro of Salvador (one of the oldest) and its followers, Grupo Ase do Brasil. Recorded in 2003.
1. BOM JESUSU DA LAPA 2. ENTRADA DE ORIXAS 3. EXU FROM NACAO KETU 4. OGUM FROM NACAO KETU 5. OXOSSI FROM NACAO KETU 6. OBALUAIE FROM NACAO KETU 7. OXUM FROM NACAO KETU 8. IANSA FROM NACAO KETU 9. OXALA FROM NACAO KETU 10. EXU FROM NACAO ANGOLA 11. OXOSSI FROM NACAO ANGOLA 12. XANGO FROM NACAO ANGOLA 13. OBALUAIE FROM NACAO ANGOLA 14. OXUMARE FROM NACAO ANGOLA 15. IEMANJA FROM NACAO ANGOLA 16. INDIO:SAMBA DE CABOCLO FROM NACAO CABOCLO 17. EU JA VOU EMBORA, PARA MINHA TERRA FROM NACAO CABOCLO