One Note Samba!
Queen Latifah Listens to Brazilian
John Densmore of the Doors on incorporating bossa nova percussion into “Break On Through”
B+ and Eric Coleman on Brazilian Rhyme
Pat Metheny and Anna Maria Jopeck “Are You Going with Me”
This is Bossa Nova!
Nike’s New World Cup campaign for Brasil!
Lao Schifrin and bossa nova!
Stanley Clark celebrating George Duke’s Brazilian Love Affair!
Mochilla (B+ and Eric Coleman) on Will.i.am as an early adopter of Brazilian music.
Brazilian slang for “country bumpkin,” Matuto plays original music inspired by Northeastern Brazilian Rhythms and American Folk. Over the past 3 years, Ross has submerged himself in Brazilian rhythms as a member of Cyro Baptista’s world renowned percussion ensemble “Beat the Donkey.” With Matuto, this South Carolina native mixes the best of Bluegrass and Baiao […]
Extraordinary live performance from the Grammy nominated CD Seu Jorge & Almaz.
Ok its a few years old but the story is quite interesting though I think they err on one major point: I don’t think American’s necessarily have to understand the lyrics to appreciate the meaning and feeling of a song, especially Brazilian tunes. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/video/module.html?mod=0&pkg=13062008&seg=3
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