Bruno Mangueira | Camburi

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by Bruno Mangueira

In his second album, guitarist Bruno Mangueira introduces a collection of original music showcasing various Brazilian styles blended with jazz accents. Featuring acclaimed guest artists Leila Pinheiro, Filó Machado and Gilson Peranzzetta.
Genre: Brazilian: Bossa Nova
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1. Arguto
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2. Menino do Interior
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3. Sopro de Vida
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4. Novo Amor (feat. Leila Pinheiro)
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5:52 $0.99
5. Vitória a Minas
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7:27 $0.99
6. Cenas do Último Capítulo (feat. Beth Bruno)
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7. Choro Nº 3
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8. Camburi (feat. Filó Machado)
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9. Samba
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10. A Turma do Liceu
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Album Notes
MUSICIANS: Bruno Mangueira, Fabio Torres, Bruno Cardozo, Gilson Peranzzetta, Sidiel Vieira, Thiago Alves, Celso de Almeida, Robertinho Silva, Leandro Oliveira, Sidmar Vieira, João Lenhari, Nicolai Iliev, Felipe Secamilli

SPECIAL GUESTS: Leila Pinheiro, Filó Machado, Beth Bruno

"The new album CAMBURI, by Bruno Mangueira, possesses a great luminosity. I imagine this young and talented artist taking the train from Vitoria to Minas Gerais, and then from Minas to the world, as if its rails flew overseas.

With good taste and personality, he traces well his musical paths, always searching out the best: his accomplished influences of Brazilian music and jazz mingle in a sensitive way, and gradually his music evolves as his own – personal, compelling and cheerful.

Today, listening to tracks on his CD like Novo amor [New Love], Camburi and Samba, I am sure that his musical contribution to Brazil and the world is already written. And Vitória a Minas [Vitoria to Minas] is the road that connects our friendship and music so closely!"

Toninho Horta
August, 2013


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