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CD (Item 537505) Mr Bongo (UK), 2003 — Condition: Used
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11 Brazilian-tinged remixes – all handled by Sao Benitez, and featuring a lot of work from the recent Mr Bongo catalog, plus some other surprise entries that round out the set nicely! The tunes all have a nice jazzy feel to them – and although the work is by different artists from track to track, overall the album has a really unified feel. Titles include Sao Benitez remixes of "Why Can't We Live Together" by Bukky Leo, "Dot Com Blues" by Jimmy Smith, "Lately" by Samantha Mumba, "Abeira Mar" by Ive Mendes, "As Famosas Gargalhadas Do Yuka" by Paula Lima, "Love & Happiness" by River Ocean, "Toda Menina Baiana" by Los Amigos Fandangos, "Congo" by River Plate Samba Orchestra, and "Que Alegria" by Gil Felix.  © 1996-2022, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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