Boasting a unique and highly interesting strengthen, Raul de Souza was a Brazilian trombonist who held busy within the ’70s but faded into obscurity within the ’80s. De Souza, although essentially a jazz designer, was quite flexible — he performed his talk about of fusion, pop-jazz, and Brazilian jazz, but may possibly also deal with funk and disco. Given birth to in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on August 23, 1934, de Souza was used like a sideman by a few of Brazil’s musical heavyweights within the ’70s, including Sergio Mendez, Flora Purim, Airto Moreira, and Milton Nascimento. The trombonist, who also made an appearance on ’70s albums by Sonny Rollins and Cal Tjader, agreed upon with Capitol in 1976, and his initial Capitol session, Lovely Lucy, premiered the following season. Both Lovely Lucy and de Souza’s second Capitol time, Don’t Question My Neighbors, had been made by George Duke. But de Souza transformed manufacturers on his following album, ‘Til Tomorrow Shows up, which was made by Arthur Wright and discovered the Rio indigenous jumping for the disco bandwagon. Without jazz, the 1979 discharge is natural disco. ‘Til Tomorrow Shows up was his last record for Capitol — from then on, he faded into obscurity. All three of de Souza’s Capitol albums are away from print out, although his 1974 documenting, Colors, is on CD within Fantasy’s First Jazz Classics series.