Police guitarist Andy Summers visited the Villa-Lobos Museum in Rio de Janeiro in February 2003.
"Like many guitarists I have lived with this music through most of my playing life. Lived with these seminal works by Villa Lobos that sit in your head like a monolithic presence. Like a place you know and love, it is music that you invariably return to once again to take in its exotic aroma."
Here is his really interesting interview with the VL Museum Director Turibio Santos.
I've been listening to Summers' One Train Later on his OTL MySpace page. This is really cool! I love his story about Roxanne starting out as a Bossa Nova. Buy the book - you'll find out the significance of "The Farting Zombies".