The Motta Chronicles

From cop shows and film-noir to Bill Evans and Steely Dan, Ed Motta spills the tea about his major influences. By Jonathan Widran Ask Ed Motta about the title of his 15th album, the self-released Behind the Tea Chronicles, and the veteran Brazilian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (a.k.a. the “Colossus of Rio”) seems as excited

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