Guilherme Dias Gomes is a capable player, but he is lost in an abusively commercial album devised for dance tracks. Dabbling with soul/funk references, this electric instrumental pop album is suited for those who enjoy the genre and for dancing, but all meaning is lost for jazz lovers. There is some interest in the old seresta hit "Sonhei Que Estavas Tão Linda" (Lamartine Babo/Francisco Matoso) interpreted as fusion jazz waltz, and Guilherme doesn't solo here.
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AllMusic Review by Alvaro Neder