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Cherry baby

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This just in!  “Dream”  Don Bradley and his Orchestra  Variety Records (Brazil)

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Lady in red

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Dance with Robledo and His Group Volume II  Alta Fidelidade Records (Brazil)   Look at the sheen on the dress and on that bass with it’s mirroring curves. Luscious!

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Who’s first?

Lucio Alves   “Serestas”  Brazil  (1957)  Here’s a link to additional notes and to download the music.

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2016 Academy Awards invitation?

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Black-out  Copacabana Records (Brazil)  1950’s Sambas, Mambos and Boleros with voices

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Dance across the floor

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A beautiful cover from Brazil on Polydor Records.  Captures a fifties jitterbug thing but with a raw Latin American vibe.  “Dancando na Gafieira”  By Santana & Seu Regional Moderno

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Ex-squeeze me!?

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Thanks to LP cover lover, Rob Keith, who we met at the WFMU Record Fair.  A collector of music from the North of Brazil, Rob sent us this nice one with this note:  Zezinho is a forró accordion player from the northeast of Brazil. His group was called “The Rat Pack of Forró.” Song titles include “Sweaty Women” and “Beautiful Balloons.” Forró is well known for double entendre wordplay, so the songs are probably what you would assume they are about… or not, depending on which way you decide to interpret them. The album is surprisingly good and well produced, recorded on 16 tracks in Rio.

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Cuckoo clock

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Jose Vasconcelos  “A Hora e a Vez do Riso”  Odeon Records (Brazil)  (1973)

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“Yankees or Mets?”

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Osmar Navarro … e Voces  Chantecler Records (Brazil)

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Chairman of the board

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Surf Board   Conjunto Roberto Menescal   Elenco Records (Brazil)

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More cowbell

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Nossos Ritmos  Various Artists  RCA Victor (Brazil)  A joyful and fun folk art illustration from Brazil.

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