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Radamés Gnattali - Ecos Do Brasil

Tracklist

1De Mansinho
2Cai, ai
3Asa Branca
4Ai! Que Saudade Da Amélia
5Estão Batendo
6Temas Infantis
7Rio Antigo
8O Menino De Braçanã
9Remexendo
10Mundo De Zinco

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SLP-1030Radamés Gnattali Ecos Do Brasil ‎(10", Album)SinterSLP-1030Brazil1956

Notes

Musicians:
Piano: Radamés Gnatalli; Bass: Pedro Vidal Ramos; Rhythm: Hugo Tagnin, Caboré, Jorge da Silva, Sebastião Gomes, João da Bahiana e Alcebíades Barcelos.

Info

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Radamés Gnattali - Ecos Do Brasil

Performer: Radamés Gnattali

Title: Ecos Do Brasil

Country: Brazil

Release date: 1955

Label: Sinter

Style: Samba

Catalog: SLP-1030

Genre: Latin

Size MP3: 2198 mb

Size FLAC: 1288 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 369

Record source: Vinyl, 10", Album, Mono

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