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Sivuca

Cada Um Belisca Um Pouco

Cada Um Belisca Um Pouco
Dominguinhos
, Sivuca & Oswaldinho
(2004)


Live at the Village Gate

Live at the Village Gate
 

Enfim Solo

Enfim Solo
 

Pau Doido

Pau Doido

I have been an avid admirer of accordionist Sivuca's work for many years now. He himself said "Pau Doido" was his best work yet. It is definitely one of the best CDs if not THE best CD I ever heard. It's just so brilliantly conceived. The musicians are a quartet of prodigious musicians. Hats off to João Lyra in particular, who plays his guitar with technique and sentimentality fused in a perfect combination. Fernando Pereira's drums, especially on the last track, illustrate brazilian's best known rhythm: Samba. If you want to see just how good Brazilian music can get, get this CD. If I were to point out the highlights of it, I'd say tracks 1-12. The whole CD is beautiful, absolutely priceless. Vintage Sivuca. Obrigado mestre. --an Amazon reviewer


Gravado ao Vivo

Gravado ao Vivo
(1977)
 

So Forro

So Forro
Sivuca, Dominguinhos,
Xangai, and Maciel Melo
 

Sivuca E Quinteto Uirapuru

Sivuca E Quinteto Uirapuru

Samba Nouvelle Vague
 

Also See:

Brazil Forró: Music for Maids and Taxi Drivers

Forro: Music from Brazil's Northeast

Dominguinhos

Sanfona (Brazilian Accordion)

Brazil Meets Jazz

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