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Richard Bona

Jazz bassist Richard Bona was created and raised in the Western world African country of Cameroon, heading on to program schedules with Joe Zawinul, Regina Carter, and Bob Adam and a two-year stint seeing that musical movie director for the fantastic Harry Belafonte. He produced his debut being a headliner …

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Wagner Tiso

Wagner Tiso can be an internationally renowned musician whose accomplishments add a having a good effect on the rise of main vocalist Milton Nascimento, a thorough group of composed soundtracks for films, a single discography comprising 28 albums, and shows with jazz giants such as for example Edison Machado, Paulo …

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Vinicius Cantuária

Like a composer, Vinícius Cantuária had success with “Lua e Estrela” (recorded by Caetano Veloso in 1981), “Coisa Linda,” “Só Você,” and “Na Canção” (recorded by Fábio Jr.). He was praised like a composer/interpreter with Sol na Cara, released in the U.S. Cantuária relocated to Rio de Janeiro RJ along …

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Edú Lobo

A traveling force behind the rise from the MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) audio, singer/composer Edú Lobo was created in Rio de Janeiro in 1943; at 18 he produced his initial trio with Dori Caymmi and the fantastic Marcos Valle, and in 1962 forged a long-term composing relationship with renowned lyricist …

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Elis Regina

Elis Regina was perhaps one of the most ferociously talented singers to emerge from Brazil. A perfectionist who was simply often dissatisfied, Regina drove herself and people of her music group relentlessly, resulting in her becoming dubbed “Hurricane” and “Small Pepper” by music artists and journalists. Her tempestuous character apart, …

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Cecilia

The Spanish folk artist Cecilia was created Evangelina Sobredo Galanes in Madrid, on Oct 11, 1948. The child of diplomats, she spent a lot of her early years touring internationally. Through energetic travel she discovered English, and consequently the majority of her early tunes were written for the reason that …

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Roberto Silva

With Ciro Monteiro, Roberto Silva was among the developers from the richly syncopated melodic division of samba singing launched by Luís Reis and Vassourinha. A few of his biggest strikes are “Maria Tereza” (Altamiro Carrilho), “Normélia”, “Mandei Fazer um Patuá” (both by Raimundo Olavo/Norberto Martins), “Perdi Você” (Raimundo Olavo/Silva Júnior), …

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Gilberto Gil

A leader from the Tropicalia motion in Brazil in 1967 and 1968, alongside artists like Caetano Veloso and Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil along with other music artists mixed native designs with rock and roll and folk instruments. Because Gil fused samba, salsa, and bossa nova with rock and roll and …

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Os Novos Baianos

Operating-system Novos Baianos performed a significant role within the fusion of rock and roll with Brazilian folklore rhythms, supporting along the development of MPB.A vocal and instrumental group, these were formed in Salvador, Bahia, in the past due ’60s, simply by Paulinho Boca de Cantor (vocals/pandeiro), Morais Moreira (vocals/violão, or …

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Moreno Veloso

Moreno Veloso, child of Brazilian music icon Caetano Veloso, began singing at age three, increasing his organic skills while learning how exactly to play traditional guitar 6 years later on. Veloso produced his songwriting debut in 1982 with “Um Canto de Afoxé Em virtude de Bloco perform lle,” that is …

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