From northeastern Brazil, Camarão was an accordionist whose cumbia and Afrofunk instrumentals belonged on the big screen. At least the premiere archivists of Analog Africa believe so. Last month, the German label released a compilation of tracks from the composer from his 60s and 70s catalog that belonged in some spaghetti Western that never was. The genre heard on the record is called forró which combines the Cajun sounds of a dry-tuned accordion with a triangle and zabumba bass drum often fueled by cachaça, the regional spirit of fermented sugarcane. Analog Africa's release includes a 12-page booklet of pictures and a 16-track soundtrack for a Brazilian Western film you'll have to envision yourself.