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Old 01-02-2014, 04:22 PM   #141 (permalink)
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Hello Lisnaholic! I'm glad to see you too! Sorry to read all those things about people's activity (or rather lack of it) and, to some extent, I feel responsible for that a little.

I'll try to post on other threads and create new ones, as often as real life would allow me to do so, mainly in this topic. Either to recommend some artists or to carry on some discussion. And I'm glad that my previous recommendation has given some sort of yield.
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Old 03-26-2014, 06:22 PM   #142 (permalink)
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the whole reason I signed up for these forums was to try and find new and exciting world/folk music. I haven't made it through the entire thread yet but I'm sure I'll be sad when I get caught up. Are we any closer to reopening this club?
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Old 06-21-2019, 04:23 PM   #143 (permalink)
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Samba-reggae arose in the context of the black pride movement that occurred in the city of Salvador de Bahia, around the 69, and it still carries connotations of ethnic identity and pride for Afro-Brazilians today. Bahia's population has a large proportion of dark-skinned Brazilians who are descendants of African slaves who were brought to Brazil by the Portuguese in the 17th and 18th centuries. These Afro-Brazilians played a major role in the early development of samba, which first took form in a Bahian style of dance and music called "samba de roda", probably in the late 19th century. Samba de roda was brought to Rio de Janeiro by Bahians around 1900, where it was combined with harmonic and rhythmic elements from European influences (such as chorinho and military marches). By the 1930s, samba de roda had developed into the faster, more harmonically complex Rio-style samba that is now played in Rio's Carnival. Through the middle of the 20th century this new Rio-style samba spread throughout Brazil. Of note, the low pitch bass that was heard on beats 1 and 3, and the higher pitched surdo on beats 2 and 4 in Bahia, brought by the slaves, was changed in Samba-the low pitch was moved to beats 2 and 4.

The paradoxical result was that samba was brought back to Bahia from Rio, but now in a highly altered form, and no longer associated with Afro-Brazilians. Thus, in the mid-20th century, the city of Salvador had many samba schools that were modeled on the samba schools of Rio, as well as blocos (informal street percussion groups), both of which performed Rio-style samba in Carnival parades every year. Yet, ironically, black Brazilians did not participate in these Carnival parades or in the blocos. They were not allowed to participate.

Samba-reggae represents an effort by black Brazilians to develop a Carnival parade music that they could call their own, and to form all-black or mostly-black blocos with which they could parade during Carnival. The afro bloco music was very different because they aimed to recreate and strengthen their community through their music.

Grupo Didá (only-women samba-reggae group)

10 minutes of Olodum rehearsal, the most famous samba-reggae group

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Old 02-10-2021, 04:03 AM   #144 (permalink)
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"The musical supergroup, a project also called Inna De Yard, is shown collaborating on recording an acoustic album of old songs by each of the musicians,
in Saint Andrew Parish in 2017."

Inna de Yard - Stone Feat. Derajah

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Old 02-10-2021, 03:06 PM   #145 (permalink)
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Ledward Kaapana Slack Key Guitar & Fran Guidry - Black Sand

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Old 02-21-2021, 08:59 PM   #146 (permalink)
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The brother-sister duo called Kwiat Jabłoni (Apple Blossom) , they are hailed as a new, exciting and charismatic face of the Polish pop-folk music. Their music combines lively, rhythmic elements of folk with electro music and even harder, rock-inspired sounds.

From album: Niemożliwe

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