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Viva Brazil - 13 mixes

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    Viva Brazil 2076/1 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms with whistles & rousing vocals
    2:41
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07601
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 2 2076/8 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms with whistles & vocals. No trumpets
    2:41
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07608
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 3 2076/9 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant carnival rhythms with whistles & vocals. No trumpets or kick drum
    2:40
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07609
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 4 2076/10 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms with whistles & rousing vocals. No brass
    2:40
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07610
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 5 2076/11 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant carnival rhythms with whistles & clapping. No brass or vocals
    2:40
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07611
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 6 2076/12 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms. Stripped down mix
    2:40
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07612
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 7 (60) 2076/13 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms with whistles & rousing vocals
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07613
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 8 (60) 2076/14 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms with whistles & vocals from the start
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07614
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 9 (30) 2076/15 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms with whistles & vocals from the start
    0:30
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07615
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 10 (30) 2076/16 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival rhythms. Stripped down mix
    0:30
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07616
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    0:09
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07617
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 12 (Sting) 2076/18 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival brass & percussion final hits sting
    0:04
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07618
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Viva Brazil 13 (Sting) 2076/19 Dave James (PRS) | Keith Beauvais (PRS)
    Vibrant Brazilian carnival percussion final hits sting
    0:04
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-07619
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe Rio Carnival began in the 1840s as a rather sedate masked ball where people danced polkas and waltzes. By 1917 a local dance called samba had become an integral part of the pre-Lent celebration. The origin of the word suggests it is a corruption of semba in the West African Kikongo language, which translates as ''a blow struck with the belly button''.
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    Carnaval 2106/3 13 mixes Neil Williams (PRS) | Rubens De Souza (PRS) | Alison Pearse (PRS) | Rupert Pfaff (PRS)
    Uplifting samba song with massed percussion & female vocals about carnival
    2:13
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    Carnival De Rio 1498/3 11 mixes Dave James (PRS)
    Powerful & energetic Brazilian carnival samba drum band with whistles
    3:03
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    Grand Latino Fest 1563/2 12 mixes Dave James (PRS)
    Epic fiery carnival explosion with powerful trumpets & driving drums
    3:27
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    Samba Footie 1105/2 5 mixes Igor Dvorkin (PRS) | Duncan Pittock (PRS)
    Exuberant latino carnival. Includes vocal effects
    2:57
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    Sambatastic 1481/15 13 mixes Chris Blackwell (PRS)
    Huge carnival samba band with drums, guitars, brass, whistles & a rowdy crowd
    1:51
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    Sentir O Ritmo 2127/4 8 mixes Paul Clarvis (PRS)
    Tight, grooving samba percussion remix with hypnotic synths
    2:57
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    Sunshine Parade 1809/4 7 mixes Dave James (PRS)
    Lively Latin dance with guitar hooks & driving brass section
    3:12
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