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Maracatu - Various - Latin (CD)

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  1. Browse all African / Asian / Latin / Traditional / World in stock on vinyl & CD at Norman Records UK. Order online today and get FREE UK delivery on orders over £50 from Norman Records UK. Page 16 of .
  2. This is a very beautiful album. All the songs are very religious and/or have Yoruba religious overtones that so distinctly marks the Brazillian culture. I literally cannot get enough of this album, and make me dream of returning to see some its beauties. Very meditative. Despite, I might add, all the economical problems that this country has/5(5).
  3. Jun 04,  · Various Artists - Brazil - 50 Songs | Bossa Nova, Samba, Latin Jazz, Música popular brasileira.
  4. From the Brazilian samba to the Puerto Rican bomba -- and a number of styles in between, including the ChaChaCha, mambo, soca, charanga, maracatu, and more -- this CD includes the "Mambo King" himself, Tito Puento, playing his hit "Mambo King" from the award-winning Mambo of the Times album issued on Concord Picante.
  5. Check out thousands Maracatu Atomico - Various - Jazz Juice independent 5 star reviews about us We're always on the phone to answer questions and help with any orders, Monday through Saturday. We reply to emails in minutes and hours, not days.
  6. versbyposithehowjicibifoketdi.co The title of this CD is mildly misleading as this collection is not strictly homegrown Latin in its focus. There are also tracks by Manzanita, a Spanish Roma (Gypsy) player famous for his rumba flamenca (this is what the Gipsy Kings play); Kaoma (a group famous--or infamous--for its high-profile participation in the lambada craze); and Ricardo Lemvo, a Congolese star with an Afro /5(16).
  7. Get the best deals on Rancheras Various Latin Music CDs when you shop the largest online selection at versbyposithehowjicibifoketdi.co Free shipping on many items | Browse your favorite brands | affordable prices.
  8. An eclectic collection of Latin jazz featuring the diverse rhythms of a variety of Latin cultures, from Brazil to Cuba to Puerto Rico. This fourth album in a series of six collections presents non-stop samba, bomba, cha-cha, mambo, soca, charanga and maracatu' with more than a toe-tapping beat/5(4).

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