If you're looking for something fresh and exciting to add to your playlist, look no further than Diana Purim & Eyedentity.
The daughter of Brazilian jazz pioneers Flora Purim and Airto Moreira, Diana Purim is a true music veteran, taking part in the industry practically before she was born. Teaming up with husband Krishna, the duo has been performing since 1997 and have brought their music around the world.
Diana Purim & Eyedentity just released their brand new album Many Bodies, One Mind, which is based on the Buddhist concept many in body but one in mind. The 10-track collection, which includes standouts like "Many Bodies" and "Don't Deny," is a remarkably hip fusion of jazz, funk, Brazilian, and Latin rhythms with a breath of hip hop thrown into the mix, sweeping listeners away into a wonderfully diverse whirlwind of sonic and audible pleasure.
Adding even more depth to the already texturally rich album are guest appearances from legendary musicians and performers Herbie Hancock ("Acordei"), George Duke ("Questions"), Justo Almario ("Tombo in 7/4"), Pete Lockett ("Você Não Me Engana"), and Airto Moreira ("Batucada").
Diana Purim & Eyedentity will perform at this year's San Francisco Jazz Festival on June 7, where they will be joined by special guest Justo Almario.
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