Easily probably the most talented bossa nova band of the ’60s, Tamba Trio perfected a breezy, swinging version of bossa vocal-pop that proved extremely influential in Brazil and across the world. Composed of pianist Luizinho Eça, bassist Bebeto (created Adalberto Castilho), and drummer Helcio Milito, Tamba Trio not merely played an array of instruments but additionally contributed extremely close tranquility vocals. (Many bossa nova organizations specific in either vocals or musicianship, however, not both.) Acquiring their name from a kind of drum utilized by Milito, the trio shaped in the first ’60s and rode a influx of bossa nova recognition through all of those other decade. Using their self-titled 1962 debut, “O Barquinho” became a large strike in Brazil. Twelve months later on, their irresistibly swinging edition of Jorge Ben’s “Mas Que Nada” (documented for 1963’s Avanço LP) became their best-known strike — it had been used many famously by Nike inside a 1998 Globe Cup television industrial. Tamba Trio continuing recording in to the past due ’60s, and offered the support for Edu Lobo’s 1967 debut. In 1968, Eça and Bebeto re-formed the music group (with Dorio Ferreira on bass and Ohana on drums) as Tamba 4. Although group’s two albums for Creed Taylor through CTI/A&M, We and the ocean and Samba Blim, had been one of the better work of the profession, they failed commercially. Eça in addition has recorded many albums by himself.
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|Southpaw||1999||Documentary performer: "Tamba"|
|Next Stop Wonderland||1998||performer: "Mas Que Nada"|
|Juego peligroso||1967||segment "Divertimento", as Tamba Trío|
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