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Originally released on ?a small independent label championed by DJs lik Greg Casseus (Brazilian Beats Brooklyn). Mr Bongo is thrilled to present one of the finest Brazilian albums ever recorded. One of the most mysteriously rare albums in the Brazilian collectors genre and one of the best examples of MPB?in the mid-to-late 70s. They have the harmonies oSergio Mendes in the 60s, but with a groovy jazz piano and beautiful voices over the top. More samba than bossa, this record has more sophisticated phrasing that you might expect in some of the EMI/Odeon work from earlier in the decade. This solid four-piece band produce such great material ranging from vintage Noel Rosa to latter-day originals by special guest Sivuca, all delivered with true Brazilian warmth.
Originally released on ?a small independent label championed by DJs lik Greg Casseus (Brazilian Beats Brooklyn). Mr Bongo is thrilled to present one of the finest Brazilian albums ever recorded. One of the most mysteriously rare albums in the Brazilian collectors genre and one of the best examples of MPB?in the mid-to-late 70s. They have the harmonies oSergio Mendes in the 60s, but with a groovy jazz piano and beautiful voices over the top. More samba than bossa, this record has more sophisticated phrasing that you might expect in some of the EMI/Odeon work from earlier in the decade. This solid four-piece band produce such great material ranging from vintage Noel Rosa to latter-day originals by special guest Sivuca, all delivered with true Brazilian warmth.
711969116021

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Format: CD
Label: MR BONGO
Catalog: 73
Rel. Date: 03/08/2011
UPC: 711969116021

Preco De Cada Um
Artist: Cravo & Canela
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Preco de Cada Um
2. Fogo Pago
3. Capoeira Poeira
4. Cago Apaixonado
5. Estatutos de Gafieira
6. Asa Branca Que Nem Gilo
7. Amor Em Jacuma
8. Loteca
9. Estupido Cupid [Stupid Cupid]
10. Banho de Lua (Tintarella Di Luna)
11. Iboru Iboya
12. O Trem Atrasou
13. Beijo Baiao (Boca de Caqui)

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Originally released on ?a small independent label championed by DJs lik Greg Casseus (Brazilian Beats Brooklyn). Mr Bongo is thrilled to present one of the finest Brazilian albums ever recorded. One of the most mysteriously rare albums in the Brazilian collectors genre and one of the best examples of MPB?in the mid-to-late 70s. They have the harmonies oSergio Mendes in the 60s, but with a groovy jazz piano and beautiful voices over the top. More samba than bossa, this record has more sophisticated phrasing that you might expect in some of the EMI/Odeon work from earlier in the decade. This solid four-piece band produce such great material ranging from vintage Noel Rosa to latter-day originals by special guest Sivuca, all delivered with true Brazilian warmth.
        
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