Jorge Ben - Ben Brasil album flac
Title: Ben Brasil
Style: Samba, MPB, Funk
MP3 album: 1807 mb
FLAC album: 1885 mb
Other formats: AHX VOC DXD AU ADX WMA RA
Genre: Latin / Funk and Soul
Ben is the ninth album by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben, released in 1972. The album has one of Jorge Ben's most famous songs, "Taj Mahal", and "Fio Maravilha", paying homage to Flamengo's iconic striker Fio Maravilha. The case was "settled amicably" according to Ben. Stewart admits "unconscious plagiarism" of Ben's tune in his 2012 autobiography. All songs composed by Jorge Ben.
Arranged By – Jorge Ben. Arranged By – Serginho Trombone. Art Direction – Max Pierre. Producer – Aramis Barros. Producer – Jorge Correa. Recorded By – Celinho. Recorded By, Mixed By – Luis Paulo. Ben Brasil (LP, Album). Jorge Ben. Ben Brasil (CD, Album).
For me, Ben calls to mind the Rolling Stones-like them, he’s put together a string of practically perfect albums, with A Tabua de Esmeralda and Solta o Pavao and this. África Brasil' remains a landmark in Brazilian music well over thirty years after it was first released. The album includes the incredible ''Ponta de lança africano (Umbabarauma)''; a song that spearheaded a hundred sounding rip-offs from artists all over Brazil. It also includes one of his greatest ever single releases ''Xica da Silva'', about the legendary 18th century African slave, a track that would be released and re-released numerous times throughout the mid to late 70s across both Latin America and Europe.
This album has an average beat per minute of 99 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/121 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Ben Brasil. BPM Profile Ben Brasil. Album starts at 99BPM, ends at 93BPM (-6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jorge Ben Jor.
Jorge Ben is the sixth studio album of the Brazilian artist Jorge Ben. Released in 1969, it is Jorge Ben's first album with Trio Mocotó. The self-titled album is said to have influenced the Tropicália movement, with Gal Costa recording "Que Pena" and "País Tropical" in her first self-titled album, also released in 1969. País Tropical" turned out to be Jorge Ben's most famous song in Brazil. In the. album cover, Jorge Ben pays homage to Brazilian football club Flamengo, with the team's crest appearing on his guitar body.
Jorge Ben was the most prominent figure of this scene and África Brasil is probably the most famous of his '70s recordings. For any person who is interested in the music of Jorge Ben, or indeed Brazilian funk in general, there is no better sample of it than África Brasil. 1 Ponta de Lança Africano (Umbabarauma) Jorge Ben 3:48. 2 Hermes Trimegisto Escreveu Jorge Ben 2:59. 3 O Filósofo Jorge Ben 3:23. 4 Meus Filhos, Meu Tesouro Jorge Ben 3:50
Lançado em 1974, o álbum "A Tábua De Esmeralda" ganhou prêmio de sexta melhor obra da música brasileira pela revista "Rolling Stone".
|1||Roberto Corta Essa||3:18|
|3||O Amante Vigilante Africano||4:06|
|4||A Fonte De Paulus V||3:24|
|6||Gabriel Guerreiro Galáctico||3:15|
|8||Pancada De Amor Não Dói||4:36|
|9||Dança Que Isso É Sambafoxé||3:35|
|10||Procura - Se Uma Noiva||3:56|
|11||Tay Mahal / Filho Maravilha / Pais Tropical||7:52|
- Distributed By – Aris – ARIS 883872
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Sticker): 4007198839722
|530.026||Jorge Ben||Ben Brasil (LP, Album)||Som Livre||530.026||Brazil||1986|
|DM460-02||Jorge Ben||Ben Brasil (CD, Album)||Discmedi Blau||DM460-02||Spain||1987|
|ZL 34404||Jorge Ben||Ben Brasil (LP, Album, Promo)||Globo Records||ZL 34404||Italy||1986|
|504002||Jorge Ben||Brasil (LP, Album)||Som Livre, SOMA||504002||France||1986|
|704502||Jorge Ben||Brasil (Cass)||SOMA||704502||France||1986|