DJ Marlboro ‎– Funk Brasil

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Polydor ‎– 839 917-1
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Cidinho Cambalhota Rap Das Aranhas (Rock Das Aranhas)
Written-By – Claudio Roberto*, Raul Seixas
3:18
A2 M.C. Batata* Entre Nessa Onda
Written-By – Marlboro D.J.*, Batata*
7:23
A3 Ademir Lemos Rap Do Arrastão
Written-By – Ademir Lemos, Marlboro D.J.*, Nirto
4:50
A4 Abdúla* Melô Dos Números
Written-By – Abdúla*, Marlboro D.J.*
4:08
B1 M.C. Batata* Melô Do Bêbado
Written-By – Marlboro D.J.*, Batata*
5:45
B2 Guto & Cia. Melô Do Bicho
Written By – J.R. PintoWritten-By – Marlboro D.J.*, Guto Laureano, Nirto
4:15
B3 Abdúla* Melô Da Mulher Feia (Do Wah Diddy)
Adapted By [Versão] – Abdúla*, Marlboro D.J.*, NirtoWritten-By – Greenwich*, Barry*
3:36
B4 Marlboro D.J.* Marlboro Medley
Written-By – Marlboro D.J.*
6:14

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D.J. Marlboro Apresenta Funk Brasil

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rodrigobreak

rodrigobreak

March 23, 2013
edited over 6 years ago

This is the first compilation album of Miami Bass made ​​in Brazil, as well as a landmark musical naming error. Well, from this record, people in Brazil have begun to call "Funk" was all that this kind of "Brazilian Miami Bass" (Funk Carioca), forgetting, of course, that Brazil already had his Original Funk, well represented by figures of the caliber of Tim Maia, Ed Motta, Banda Black Rio, Gerson King Combo,Dom Salvador & Abolição, Tony Tornado, just to name a few.

From 1989 to 2013, 24 years have passed, but this time it was not enough for people to assimilate in Brazil that the sound made by DJ Marlboro, Mr. Catra company and has nothing to Funk. My dear friends, welcome to Brazil, a country without memory.

Note: I have nothing against those who want to do Miami Bass in Brazil. What I do not like to see people disrespecting the memory of country music, enjoying the lack of knowledge of most of the population, because Brazil has its history within the Black Music, and this story deserves to be respected, remembered and never distorted.

Greetings,

rodrigobreak