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Soul Braza – Brazilian 60s & 70s Soul Psych Vol 2

LP (Item 620263) No Smoke (Germany), 1960s/1970s — Condition: New Copy
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Rarities from 60s & 70s Brazil – material that's for the most part quite obscure, though it does feature a few well known names –and songs that fuse the Brazilian eclecticism of this wildly creative period with global psych and soul! Includes numbers by O Incrivel Manito, Os Diagonais, Toni Tornado, The Youngsters, Roberto Carlos, Fernando Mendes, The Pops, Miguel De Deus, Red Snakes and more. As the title indicates, there's quite a bit of global soul at play, but it's a pretty diverse set! 16 tracks in all: "Teme De Kiko" by The Youngsters, "Atras Do Sorriso" by Os Diagonais, "Nao Ha Dinheiro Que Pague" by Roberto Carlos, "Represalia" by Parada, "Reginela" by Arnaut Rodrigues, "You Make Me A Fool" by Red Snakes, "Tucks Theme" by O Incrivel Manito and more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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