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Jorge Ben is the self-titled sixth studio album by Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Jorge Ben. It was released in November 1969 by Philips Records. The album was his first recording for a major label since 1965 when his first stint with Philips ended due to creative differences. Ben recorded the album alongside producer Manoel Barenbein, the vocal/percussion band Trio Mocotó, and an orchestral section arranged by José Briamonte and Rogério Duprat
Jorge Ben Sem Limite 1969. Take It Easy My Brother Charles. In 1972 he performed in Italy, Portugal, and Japan (where he recorded a live album) and won the VII FIC show with "Fio Maravilha," interpreted by Maria Alcina. The song was included on the same year's LP Ben. In 1975, Ben performed at the Sistina Theater in Rome, Italy - the show was recorded by the Italian TV. That same year he performed at the Olympia (Paris, France), and that show was recorded live and released as Jorge Ben à L'Olympia.
Salve, Jorge! Inéditas E Raridades CD2 2009. Samba Esquema Novo (Vinyl) 1963. Salve, Jorge! Inéditas E Raridades CD1 2009. Big Ben (Vinyl) 1965. Sacundin Ben Samba (Vinyl) 1964. Acústico MTV (Live) CD1 2002. Negro É Lindo (Vinyl) 1971. Acústico MTV (Live) CD2 2002. Solta O Pavão (Vinyl) 1975. Músicas Para Tocar Em Elevador 1997. Live On Stage (Live In Japan) (Vinyl) CD1 1972.
Página Oficial do cantor Jorge Ben Jo. Lançado em 1974, o álbum "A Tábua De Esmeralda" ganhou prêmio de sexta melhor obra da música brasileira pela revista "Rolling Stone". 208. 60. Muito feliz com a singela homenagem do Red Hot Chilli Peppers, ontem, no Festival Lollapalooza.
Jorge Ben (1969) is a English album released on Jan 2011. This album is composed by Jorge Ben. Jorge Ben (1969) Album has 9 songs sung by Jorge Ben. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Jorge Ben (1969) songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Jorge Ben obtained his first pandeiro (Brazil's most popular type of tambourine) when he was thirteen, and two years later, was singing in a church choir. Jorge Ben is the sixth studio album of the Brazilian artist Jorge Ben. Released in 1969, it is Jorge Ben's first album with Trio Mocotó. The self-titled album is said to have influenced the Tropicália movement, with Gal Costa recording "Que Pena" and "País Tropical" in her first self-titled album, also released in 1969. País Tropical" turned out to be Jorge Ben's most famous song in Brazil. Sacundin Ben Samba released: 1964. Live in Rio released: Jorge Ben - Millennium released: Grandes nomes released