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Various - Carnaval De 1960 album mp3

Various - Carnaval De 1960 album mp3
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Album:
Carnaval De 1960
Style:
Samba
Released:
1960
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1693 mb
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1312 mb
WMA vers. size:
1905 mb
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Various - Carnaval De 1960 MP3 album ZIP archive. 11318 downloads at 25 mb/s. Various - Carnaval De 1960 FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s. The release is not dated but judging by the title, cat no and labels it would probably have been issued in 1960.

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Gottfried Engels, Airto Moreira, Ramon Zenker.

Tracklist

A1 Me Dá Um Dinheiro Aí
A2 Garôta Travessa
A3 Você
A4 Acabei De Sofrer
A5 Você Me Conversou
A6 Não Quero Mais Amar
A7 E A Família, Como Vai?
A8 Cravo Branco
B1 Fala Saudade
B2 Não Tenho Lágrimas
B3 Pedra No Meu Caminho
B4 É O Maior
B5 Yayá Boneca
B6 Banca De Rei
B7 Matei A Saudade
B8 Enxugue A Lágrima

Notes

The following artists are credited but the tracks they perform are not specified:
Side A: Moacyr Franco, Carequinha, Agnaldo Rayol, Mara Silva, Jorge Veiga, Gilberto Alves, Arrelia e Roberto Audi.
Side B: Gilberto Alves, Jorge Veiga, Roberto Silva, Carequinha, Arrelia, Caco Velho, Roberto Audi e Jairo Aguiar

The release is not dated but judging by the title, cat no and labels it would probably have been issued in 1960.
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This kind of compilation used to be released months before the upcoming Carnival. So I think that this album was released in 1959.