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Muxima

A tribute band focused on Duo Ouro Negro, a favorite Angolan duo through the 1960s and ’70s, Muxima is a Portuguese quartet who produced their Top Five strike record debut with Homenagem ao Duo Ouro Negro this year 2010. Founded in 1956 in Benguela, Angola, a nation in southwest Africa that was an abroad province of Portugal until 1975, Duo Ouro Negro is certainly made up of Raúl Indipwo and Milo MacMahon. They produced their commercial documenting debut in 1959. Though these were active through the entire ’70s, these were most well-known through the ’60s, if they have scored numerous strikes and performed Portuguese-language addresses of well-known music from the era like the Beatles (“Agora Vou Ser Feliz”) and Charles Aznavour (“La Mamma”). Founded using the purpose of having to pay tribute towards the 50th wedding anniversary of Duo Ouro Negro, Muxima is certainly a quartet made up of Janita Salomé (who comes from Portugal), Filipa Pais (Portugal), Ritinha Lobo (Cape Verde), and Yami (Angola). In colaboration with Farol Musica, Muxima produced their full-length record debut with Homenagem ao Duo Ouro Negro, which include Duo Ouro Negro favorites such as for example “Amanhã,” “Maria Rita,” and “Vou Levar-te Conmigo.” Made by Manuel d’Oliveira and Hélder Moutinho, Homenagem ao Duo Ouro Negro was a high Five hit in the Portuguese albums graph.

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