Musica De Futebol

“Vividly captures the romance and passion that we expect from brasilians …immensly enjoyable” Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim

The history of Brazilian football and the development of its musical styles are entwined. The sport is often described as a dance. With good reason. Domingos da Guia, Brazil’s outstanding defender of the 1930s and 1940s, said “My elder brother used to say – aren’t you good at dancing? I was and this helped my football. I swung my hips a lot, that short dribble I invented imitating the miudinho, that type of samba.”

Brazil also invented carnivalesque ways of supporting. In the 1940s they became the first fans to dress up in fancy dress and football matches are now unthinkable without a soundtrack of batucada beats. The rhythm, happiness and ingenuity that marks Brazilian football makes it perfect subject matter for music. Football has inspired almost all the great 20th century popular Brazilian artists – including Chico Buarque, Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Elis Regina and Jorge Ben.

Texto Mr Bombo by E.U.A

1. Pelé Goal – From The 1970 World Cup Final

2. João Nogueira – Samba Rubro-Negro

3. Jorge Ben – Camisa 10 Da Gávea

4. Tamba Trio – Mas Que Nada

5. Cesar Camargo Mariano – Futebol De Bar

6. João Bosco – O Ronco Da Cuíca

7. Gaviões da Fiel – Mitos E Magias Na Triunfante Oddiséia Da Criação

8. Carmen Miranda – Touradas Em Madri

9. Jackson Do Pandeiro – O Rei Pelé

10. Chico Buarque – O Futebol

11. Caetano Veloso – Hino Da Bahia

12. Marijo – Fio Maravilha

13. Various – Flamego Goal

14. Arakatuba – Pelé (Remixed by Ballistic Brothers)

15. Carlos Alberto Goal – From The 1970 World Cup Final

16. João Bosco – Gol Anulado

17. Elis Regina – Meio De Campo

18. Jorge Ben – Ponta De Lança Africano

19. Various – G.R.E.S. Mocidade Independente De Inhaúma

20. Trio Mocotó – Não Adianta

21. Pixinguinha – 1×0 (Um A Zero)

22. Elis Regina & Pelé – Perdão, Não Tem

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