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Ivete Sangalo

Brazilian axé music superstar Ivete Sangalo increased to fame as the lead singer from the Bahian group Banda Eva in the 1990s and embarked about a successful single career in the turn from the century. Among her very best strikes are “Sorte Grande,” an anthem during its launch, and “Festa.” …

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Max de Castro

Introduced to music by his pops, singer Wilson Simonal, in 1992 Maximum de Castro became a member of the strap Confraria, shaped by Pedro Camargo Mariano and his brother João Marcello Mariano (Daniel Carlomagno would go to the group within the next year). The music group experienced success in a …

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Torquato Neto

Polemical and restless, the poet and writer Torquato Neto was a significant asset for the idealization from the Tropicalia motion, which dramatically transformed the facial skin of well-known music in Brazil. A renowned poet, he composed the lyrics for some of the very most essential songs of this period, as …

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Brazilian electrified trio Azymuth called their music samba doido, this means “crazy samba.” The specific sounds, though, weren’t therefore crazy: the smart, high-voltage mixture of Brazilian rhythms, jazz, and funk with periodic acoustic episodes obtained a sizable pursuing within the 1980s. The users of the group included José Roberto Bertrami …

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