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The Mosquitos

If that mythical “high and tan and youthful and lovely” female from Ipanema fronted an indie pop music group, it would audio something — or possibly exactly — like NY City’s Mosquitos. Lead vocalist Juju Stulbach happens to be from Brazil and spent period on the seashores of Ipanema, however …

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Karen Souza

Latin American jazz singer Karen Souza, that has performed and recorded beneath the pseudonyms Pacha Ibiza, FTV (FashionTV), and Privé, is most beneficial known on her behalf work on the favorite jazz and ’80s series, which presented sultry, jazz-infused addresses of ‘8os strikes like “YOU DON’T Want to Harm Me …

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Wanderley Cardoso

Probably one of the most successful and popular performers on Jovem Guarda (after Roberto Carlos and as well as Jerry Adriani and Erasmo Carlos), Wanderley Cardoso was actually always an enchanting singer as well as perhaps the main romantic vocalist on Jovem Guarda. However also during those moments, he documented …

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Os Cariocas

Dynamic since 1942 (having had twenty years of success in the prestigious Rádio Nacional) and singularized compared to additional vocal sets of enough time for the elaborated plans for 4 or 5 voices, the Operating-system Cariocas became probably the most representative vocal band of bossa nova following their 1957 recording …

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Nelson Ângelo

Nelson Ângelo started his professional profession in 1966 linked to several composers from Minas Gerais referred to as Clube da Esquina, having had his “Fazenda” included by Milton Nascimento on his Clube da Esquina. With Nascimento, Ângelo published “Sacramento,” included on Milagres dos Peixes, and “Testamento” on Clube da Esquina …

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Thiago de Mello

Creator of Thiago de Mello & Amazon, Thiago de Mello brought the affects of his homeland Amazon to his music, using musical instruments just like the boca carry out mato, boca-de-barro and pau de chuva, constructed with pieces of timber and other rustic components. He has already established his compositions …

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Quarteto em Cy

The Quarteto em Cy, the main female vocal band of the MPB, was formed with the sisters Cyva, Cynara, Cybele, and Cylene. Arriving at understand Vinícius de Moraes and Carlos Lira in the first ’60s, that they had their vocal group called by both composers. In addition they did displays …

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Natalia Lafourcade

One of the most colorful and charismatic pop performers to emerge in Mexico through the early 2000s, Natalia Lafourcade debuted in 2003 with a remarkable solo work before turning to a rock-band format, Natalia con la Forquetina, and proved herself worth acclaim in whatever guise she chose. Delivered Natalia Lafourcade …

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Roy Kral

The duo of Roy Kral and Jackie Cain (1928) were particularly well-known in the ’40s and ’50s. They combined vocalese, laughter and display business patter, with Cain also being truly a great ballad and interpretative vocalist. Kral fulfilled Cain in Chicago while he was playing piano inside a quartet. They …

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Pery Ribeiro

An integral singer from the bossa nova, having launched “Garota de Ipanema,” Pery Ribeiro, kid from the composer Herivelto Martins and of the singer Dalva de Oliveira, started early in his artistic profession by giving singing and voices in Walt Disney animated films. In 1944, he acted in the film …

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