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Panamericans

by The Panamericans

A Pete Curry and João Erbetta's project. The Panamericans had the pleasure to record with Rob Douglas and Eddie Angel in their debut album, covering old Brazilian songs, the "Panamerican Way". Enjoy!
Genre: World: South American
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1. Tai
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2. Happy Beach House
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3. Baiao
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4. Windmill's World
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5. Coisa #4
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6. Tres Apitos
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7. Negue
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8. Ligia
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9. Americanizada
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10. O Que
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11. Baia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A couple of years ago Joao Erbetta contacted me about doing The L.A. Sessions (2008) at my studio. We hit it off musically and personally.

I’ve been collecting rock and roll from other countries for a while—mostly Spain, Italy and Mexico—so I asked Joao about Brazil. He gave me about 15 hours of stuff, all of it good but none of it rock and roll!

There were so many great songs, we decided to do some of them for our next project. With my Los Straitjackets partner, Eddie Angel, on guitar, Rob Douglas on bass also helping in the control room, and Ron Dziubla spicing things up, we learned the tunes, pushed record, and Presto!

The best projects I’ve worked on have always been the easiest. This was a breeze.

Pete Curry – November 2010

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