Shaped in Recife (Pernambuco) in 1992, the Mestre Ambrósio created a specific sound that attracts on the northeast Brazilian genres of maracatu, ciranda, coco, baião, and caboclinho, blended with pop, rock and roll, and world pop music, including Arabic. From the mangue defeat, Mestre Ambrósio, unlike the Nação Zumbi or Chico Research, is more specialized in the northeast Brazilian custom. Its name derives through the role of get good at of ceremonies from the folkloric movie theater Cavalo Marinho from Pernambuco. The group’s first shows, in 1993, got only instrumental tracks, using the vocals showing up afterwards. In 1996, made by Marcos Suzano, Lenine, and Denilson, their initial CD premiered (Mestre Ambrósio), attaining an excellent response for “José” and “Se Zé Limeira Sambasse Maracatu.” The record marketed 20,000 copies and yielded invites because of their first worldwide tour, occurring in Germany, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Settling in São Paulo, Mestre Ambrósio was asked the next season to execute at the summertime Stage within the Central Recreation area in NY, NY. The video for “Se Zé Limeira Sambasse Maracatu” brought them a nomination for the MTV Video Music Brasil within the Revelation Music group category. Their track “José” was included on the German compilation Purely Worldwide (Piranha Information). Another of the tunes, “Baile Catingoso,” was contained in the soundtrack from the film Baile Perfumado (aimed by Lirio Ferreira and Paulo Caldas). Mestre Ambrósio’s second recording, Fuá na Casa de Cabral, premiered by Sony and experienced electronica touches supplied by Suba. In 2000, the group required part inside a North-American tour, having becoming praised by U.S. critics.