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|1.||Tony Blue - "Ve Se Me Esquece" (3:06)|
|2.||Elizio De Buzios - "Tamanqueiro" (3:44)|
|3.||Tony Bizaaro - "Estou Livre" (4:03)|
|4.||Rubao Sabino - "Velho Guerreiro" (3:20)|
|5.||Electric Boogies - "Break Mandrake" (4:46)|
|1.||Let's Dance - "Dance Com Gente" (4:45)|
|2.||Cassiano - "Ta Dando Mole, Ze" (4:51)|
|3.||Newton Drinckwater - "Macacao Pesado (Melo Do Macaco)" (2:32)|
|4.||Gaby Whiskadao - "Super Amor" (3:54)|
|5.||Tim Maia - "Ve Se Decide" (3:30)|
Although a few compilations of Brazilian boogie have appeared in recent years, you get the impression that they've barely scratched the surface. Certainly, this first collection of Brazilian boogie gems from the SBD Discos camp suggests this is the case by steering clear of cuts already showcased elsewhere. We're particularly enjoying the summery, samba-boogie brilliance of Elzio De Buzios's "Tramamqueiro", the heavy P-funk/early electro fusion of Electric Boogies' "Brake Mandrake" and the chant-along, synth-heavy madness of Let's Dance's "Dance Com Gente", though there are plenty of other highlights dotted around the compilation. To be honest, it's that tight that we could have recommended countless other tracks.
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