Samba rock

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Samba-rock
Stylistic origins Brazilian rock, samba, psychedelic rock, rock and roll, bossa nova, bebop, jazz, soul
Cultural origins Late 1960s, Brazil
Typical instruments Electric guitar , cavaquinho, bass guitar, drum kit, tamborim, trombone, trumpet, flute, clarinet
Regional scenes
Brazil
Other topics
Lusophone music

Samba-rock is a genre of samba and subgenre of rock.[1][unreliable source?] Created in the 1960s, the genre combines the sounds of Brazilian samba, bebop, jazz and soul. Jorge Ben Jor created the style with his album "Bidu/Silêncio no Brooklin". After this a great number of artists followed Ben's beat, including Banda Black Rio and Trio Mocoto.

External links[edit]

  • Brazilian Beats Fansite for Brazilian Beats Series featuring numerous top Samba Rock artists

References[edit]

  1. ^ Samba-Rock - Cliquemusic