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Starting 2010 with Brazilian Music

December 30, 2009

New Year in Copacabana

In the last day of 2009, a gift to rock your New Year Party: a list of cool podcasts of Brazilian music. Sure, the hosts do a lot of talking, but waiting for the songs definitely pays off.

Caipirinha Appreciation Society – Produced for the University of London’s Open Air Radio, it offers “wonderfully under-exposed Brazilian music of all styles, regions and time-periods”. One of their latest podcasts presents artists influenced by Afro-Brazilian cults, such as umbanda and candomblé.

Coquetel Molotov – The best of 2009 offered by Radio Universitária AM, of Recife (state of Pernambuco). Caetano Veloso, Erasmo Carlos, Banda Gentileza, Céu, Lulina and Zé Cafofinho, among many others.

Farofa Moderna – Jazz, samba, frevo – only the best of Brazilian instrumental music hosted by the MTV portal. The latest podcast includes Airto Moreira, Bocato, Hermeto Pascoal and Sivuca.

Tropicalia MPB – Weekly French program on Brazilian music.

Enjoy the music and have a scrumptious 2010!

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2 comments

  1. Welcome to The Expat Directory, thank you for adding your site. We wish you the very best for 2010. Beautiful picture by the way.

    If you get chance you should complete your profile (add a bit of info about yourself and another link back to your site for people expats who view your profile and want to read more).

    You should also complete our expatriate questionnaire, theres chance to win up to $100 US. The questionnaire is open to all expatriates so you are welcome to let others know about us.

    All the best for 2010,
    Kind Regards,
    Ted


  2. Hi Regina!

    Multo Bem!

    Great web site!

    Aloha from big island,

    Nels



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