During the 1960s, the SABA label did much to try and foster wider knowledge of global jazz artists, even going so far as to release a string of killer albums that combine jazz instrumentation and ideas with the rhythms and sounds of what was then called 'World Music'. One of those albums came from Brazilian guitarist Baden Powell, and it's from that 1966 set that these two slept-on gems are taken. 'Sarava' is simply superb, with Powell's dynamic and entertaining acoustic guitar solos dancing atop a heavy Afro-samba percussion track. Also impressive is 'Canto De Ossanha', a similarly samba-soaked affair with a lighter tone and more joyous guitar work from Powell. Simply essential.