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Latin: Brazilian Jazz World: Samba Moods: Type: Instrumental
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by Brazil and Beyond

Specializing in jazz-influenced Brazilian music, this recording delves especially into the musical styles of northeastern Brazil. The CD presents a pleasant mix of Brazilan classics by such big names as Heitor Villa-Lobos, Edu Lobo, Joao Bosco and Zequinh
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Amanha
5:15 album only
2. Coisa Feita
5:24 album only
3. Tico-Tico No Fuba
4:19 album only
4. Saudade
7:25 album only
5. Baiao por Uta
7:28 album only
6. Corrupiao
6:34 album only
7. Brasileirinho
3:09 album only
8. O Trenzinho Do Caipira
7:46 album only
9. Xuxa
8:57 album only


Album Notes
1. "Amanhã" [ah-mah-NYAH] by Rich Kowalewski
This title track showcases African, jazz, pop and classical styles important to the group's sound.

2. "Coisa Feita" [koiz-ah FAY-tuh] by João Bosco, Aldir Blanc and Paulo Emilio
The group's funky side is highlighted in this Partido Alto.

3. "Tico-Tico No Fubá" by Zequinha de Abreu-Eurico Barreiros
Carmen Miranda popularized this Brazilian classic in the 1947 film Copacabana.

4. "Saudade" [sow-DAH-dee] by Rich K
This original spotlights the lyrical work of guitarist Frank Marinello and special guest guitarist Dave King.

5. "Baião por Uta" [by-ee-OHN pour OOH-tah] by Rich K
This lively Baião is dedicated to Rich's Portuguese instructor, Uta Nieradtka.

6."Corrupião" [korr-oo-pee-OHN] by Edu Lobo
This is a recent composition by a giant of Música popular Brasileira.

7. "Brasileirinho" [bra-zeel-ay-REEN-hoe] by Waldir Azevedo
The great Brazilian composer wrote numerous chorinos. This is one of the group's favorites.

8. "O Trenzinho Do Caipira" [oh train-zeen-ho doo kye-PEE-rah] by Heitor Villa-Lobos
This tune is adapted from "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 2," a popular work by the man considered to be Brazil's greatest classical composer.

9. "Xuxa" [SHOO-shah] by Rich K, Dennis Sheridan
Inspired by Brazil's top female entertainer, this track features a batucada comprised of Dennis Sheridan, Alex Trajano, Hans Muer and Ken Braun



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