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1998 * Trio Madeira Brasil
2001 * Filosofia with Ze Renato
2003 * A Rosa e o Espinho with Guilherme de Brito
2004 * Trio Madeira Brasil - World ed. by Luz Azul Prod.
2005 * Trio Madeira Brasil e convidados (live)



After the release of their first critically acclaimed CD in 1998, TMB has been enjoying success at a variety of levels such as:

* Voted “Best CD” and “Best Group” in the Premio Sharp (Sharp Award)
* Participated in the Free Jazz Festival 1999. Was the only national group to receive a top ranking by the O Globo newspaper (Rio de Janeiro)
* Special recording for French TV with the guitarist Baden Powell
* Participated in the Festival Chorando Alto (Crying Loud Festival), the most important festival in the history of Choro, next to the composer Egberto Gismonti (Sesc Pompéia-SP)
* Voted Best Instrumental Show of the year by the O Globo newspaper (Rio de Janeiro)
* Toured extensively throughout Brasil to promote the release of their first CD, Trio Madeira Brasil
* Toured in Tahiti islands for the project Music in Polynesia, marking the first time a group from Brasil was invited to perform in French Polynesia
* Toured throughout France, Columbia and Portugal
* Tracks from their CD have been included in various film and television soundtracks as well as various music compilations
* Participated on the CD Filosofia, by the singer Zé Renato, dedicated to the repertoire of Noel Rosa and Chico Buarque
* In 2003, co-released a CD with the composer Guilherme de Brito, applying elaborate arrangements to the composer’s classic compositions with Nelson Cavaquinho. The CD was an immediate hit with the critics
* In 2005, they are the great stars of Mika Kaurismäki's movie "Brasileirinho", a story about Choro and are acclaimed on scene in various european countries (Lisbon, Milan, Paris, Berlin).