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Don Zerilli Mooradian

Brasil 66 Delivers Rowdy and Smooth Vibes

Keeping with the Rio Olympics theme, here is Sergio Mendez & Brasil 66. Again, remember this music shared the AM charts with The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, Motown, Pyschedelic rock, Sinatra…

The first one, Mas que Nada, is foolproof evidence that you don’t need to understand the words to feel the music. (The song is basically about dancing the samba.)

The second song, So Many Stars, is one of my all-time favorites. It is off the album, “Look Around.” I did…

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