In the early 1960’s Jorge Ben was one of the first artists to mix Samba with elements of Rock music. He was also one of the first – if not the first – artists to mix Samba with North American Soul and Funk. Between 1969 and 1976 he released a string of fantastic LPs, where he drew inspiration from “black” music, both of Brazil and North America, to create a completely new, unique and personal sound, always with Samba as the main ingredient. Jorge Ben’s music during the 1970’s was described as Samba-Funk or Samba-Soul and with the adherence of other artists, it soon turned into a whole new genre and also part of the movement to strengthen Afro-Brazilian culture. Some of the most prominent art ...
Modern, breezy and soulful Samba featuring female vocals, piano, strings, upright bass and various percussion. Great for travel, sports, fashion, in-store radio and any cool summer themed project. Female Vocals, Brazilian, Samba-Soul
Hot and groovy brazilian samba soul track, inspired in artists like Jorge Ben Jor, Sergio Mendes, Tim Maia, Seu Jorge among others. Great to fit brazilian famous landscapes like Christ, Copacabana, Ipanema, Sugar Loaf and so on. Great guitar/bass/drums and percussion work to deliver an strong track. Instrumental, Brazilian, Samba-Soul
This Latin-tinged acoustic track accompanies a lyric that cuts to the heart. It's reminiscent of Antonio Carlos Jobim and his Samba songs. But it goes further, exploring all the things that tug at our heart strings, reminding us that we seek something deeper from songs sometimes. Heart, love, soul. Male Vocals, Brazilian, Samba-Soul