Best of los Indios Tabajaras [Import]
Brothers Natalicio and Antenor Lima traveled over 1,200 miles on foot with their Tabajara tribe in 1933, voyaging from Ceara, Brazil to Rio de Janeiro and discovering many regional styles of music. That was just the start of their journey; their fusions of folk, classical and their own melodies would bring them millions of record sales and trips through Europe, Asia and the Americas. Here are their 1963 U.S. smash Maria Elena plus Amor; Angelitos Negros; Cumparsita; Ramona; Soleado; Amapola; The Girl from Ipanema; Penelope; Begin the Beguine…20 of their best!
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