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Celly Campelo

In the dawn of Brazilian rock and roll, Odeon within Celly Campelo their first young muse. With Nora Ney like a precursor due to her isolated documenting of “Rock and roll Night and day” (Maximum Freeman/Jimmy DeKnight) in 1955 when she had been 33, Campelo documented her first solitary, “Handsome …

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Faces do Subúrbio

Ex – break dancers Tiger and Zé Dark brown promoted an indigenous fusion of the design with rap, rock, and folkloric rhythms of Pernambuco just like the embolada, performing single at venues just like the Abril Pro Rock and roll Celebration. From 1996 on they followed a lineup comprising Oni …

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Almirante

Almirante was a simple name in Brazilian popular music. His profession acquired four stages and he previously achievement in all of these: interpreter, composer, maker, and researcher. Among the members from the Bando de Tangarás, which also got the important titles of João de Barro and Noel Rosa, the group …

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Paulo Vanzolini

Paulo Vanzolini, with Adoniran Barbosa, is known as the biggest consultant of the samba of São Paulo. Your physician by education (1947) and a zoologist (recognized internationally among the most eminent) by job, Vanzolini even so also held bohemian behaviors throughout his youngsters and maturity, often having been linked to …

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Benedicto Lacerda

An excellent instrumentalist, Benedito Lacerda was also a author of sambas, choros, and waltzes. A musical group had taken the name of his Carnival march “Vai Haver o Diabo” (1933) because of their name. In the same calendar year, Lacerda gained the A Noite paper contest using the música junina …

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Rosemary

Rosemary recorded for the very first time at 15 years of age in 1960 using the bolero “Fala Coração” as well as the samba “Também Sou Mulher,” accompanied by an orchestra conducted by Guerra Peixe. 2 yrs afterwards, she and Wanderlea (her rival during Jovem Guarda), the initial vocalist to …

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Baiaco

Baiaco, a normal in the sambistas get-togethers in the Pub Apolo on Estácio Hill, as well as Bide, Ismael Silva, Mano Edgar, Mano Rubem, Nilton Bastos, as well as others, founded the initial samba college of Brazil, Deixa Falar, in 1928. 3 years later on, when the institution dissolved, a …

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A Fina Flor Do Samba

In the ’70s, the choro experienced a revival through the combined efforts of Os Novos Baianos plus some journalists. The time dominated by popular censorship and insufficient possibilities for politics expression drew teenagers towards the country’s tradition, as well as the choro was one of the better genres for all …

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Cáceres

Created in the ’40s in Buenos Aires, Juan Carlos Caceres became intimately associated with the existentialist motion that thrived in the town during the many years of his youngsters. Caceres was an achieved jazz trombonist by his mid-twenties, and even though he studied great arts on the university instead of …

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Os Namorados

An early on bossa nova group arranged and led by João Donato, Os Namorados weren’t around for lengthy, though they did introduce the bossa nova defeat on the 1953 track “Eu Quero Um Samba.” Created from your ashes of two additional Brazilian samba organizations (Operating-system Modernistas and Namorados da Lua), …

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