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VA - Jazz Samba Highlights (2014)

7-10-2014, 13:58
Music | Nu Jazz | Bossa Nova | World | Latin | Lo-Fi

VA - Jazz Samba Highlights (2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Jazz Samba Highlights
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: U-5
Genre: Jazz,Bossa Nova,Samba
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 20
Total Time: 01:26:05
Total Size: 219 MB

01. Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - Roda (02:27)
02. Joe Henderson - Triste (05:29)
03. Stan Getz - Manha De Carnival (Morning of Carnival) (05:49)
04. Luiz Bonfa - That Old Black Magic (02:22)
05. Ike Quebec - Loie (Alternate Take) (Remastered) (03:34)
06. Dizzy Gillespie - Mas Que Nada (Pow. Pow, Pow) (06:16)
07. Milt Jackson - Jazz Bossa Nova (03:01)
08. Willie Bobo - Dreams (03:26)
09. Ramsey Lewis - Summer Samba (03:09)
10. Blue Mitchell - Samba De Stacy (Remastered) (06:02)
11. Ella Fitzgerald - Jazz Samba (05:50)
12. Astrud Gilberto - Berimbau (02:26)
13. Jimmy Smith - Fungii Mama (Remastered) (04:51)
14. Bill Evans - It Must Be Love (03:37)
15. Wayne Shorter - Dindi (09:35)
16. Cal Tjader - Samba De Orfeu (02:00)
17. Hank Mobley - Split Feelin's (Remastered) (04:56)
18. Astrud Gilberto - O Ganso (02:10)
19. Regina Carter. Borislav Strulev - Black Orpheus (Manha De Carnaval) (05:24)
20. The Cannonball Adderley Quintet - Morning of the Carnival (03:35)

Samba is a Brazilian musical genre derived from African and European roots. It is worldwide recognized as a symbol of Brazil and Carnival. The samba derives a kind of dance of roots African arisen in Brazil and taken as the national pace for excellence. Considered one of the main cultural events popular Brazilian, samba became a symbol of national identity.

Among its original features, is a form where the dance is accompanied by small melodic phrases and refrain for creating anonymous, foundations of samba de roda born in Recôncavo Baiano and led in the second half of nineteenth century, to Rio de Janeiro by black slaves who migrated from Bahia and have settled in the then capital of Brazilian Empire. The Bahian samba de roda, which became a Heritage of Humanity of Unesco in 2005, was one of the bases for the samba carioca...

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