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Soul Music Brazil

CD (Item 620826) Universal (Brazil), 1970s/2000s — Condition: New Copy
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A wonderful overview of the sound of soul music in Brazil – not the heavy beats of the booty-shaking crowd, or the mainstream R&B of the chart-toppers – but that real soul undercurrent inspired by the best work of American artists of the 60s and 70s – presented here in a great batch of classic and contemporary tracks! The package is equally weighted between the important samba soul generation of the 70s – a time when Brazilian music was really embracing American soul and funk – and work from the first decade of this century, too – made by key Brazilian artists who were going back to 70s roots, and finding new ways to re-work this wonderful blend of styles! There's a few artists here we might have missed otherwise – and the set features 18 tracks that include "Voce Vai Estar Na Minha" by Negra Li, "Colecao" by Cassiano, "Olhos Coloridos" by Sandra Sa, "Eu Nao Vou" by Fat Family, "E Descobridor Dos Sete Mares" by Tim Maia, "Vizinha" by Seu Jorge, "Oba La Vem Ela" by Jorge Ben, "As Dores Do Mundo (rmx)" by Hyldon & Bossacucanova, "Tem Espaco Na Van" by Ed Motta, "Maria Fumaca" by Banda Black Rio, and "Cuidado Com O Bulldog" by Wilson Simonal.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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