Touching You, Touching Me (1979) is perhaps his most polished record. The album was on peak 47 in the Jazz Albums Chart in 1979. Self-produced, he learned much of the technique he employed from the best-selling recordings of the time in all Pop genres.
The dancefloor-Jazz R&B of ''Amajour'' opens the set. ''Heartbeat'' is a showcase for bassist Alphonso Johnson, pianist Michel Colombier, and the synthesizer of Hugo Fattoruso.
Touching You, Touching Me is a highly enjoyable record; several of its tunes could easily be placed on a Moreira best-of compilation.
180 gram audiophile vinyl
LISTEN TO ''Toque De Cuica'': http://youtu.be/WYaB0zZAUq8
A1 Amajour 4:54
A2 Partido Alto 5:36
A3 Open Space 3:06
A4 Heartbeat 4:20
A5 Toque De Cuica 3:54
B1 Move It On Up 3:36
B2 And When We Touched The Sky 4:39
B3 Tempos Altras (Dreams Are Real) 5:38
B4 It's Not A Ballad 4:15
B5 Introduction To The End 1:41