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Coletânea As Melhores - Tradição

by Grupo Tradição

Coletânea As Melhores - Tradição by Grupo Tradição

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Coletânea As Melhores - Tradição

by Grupo Tradição

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Label: Panttanal
This is the band that made Michel Telo a star, but don’t expect anything like “Ai Se Eu Te Pego” or its slick, modern sertanejo universitário ilk, at least not on this best of (they’ve since adopted a poppier sound). Grupo Tradiçao as here is just a bunch of cute young guys rocking some old-school sertanejo. Check out “Roupa de Lua de Mel,” a great introduction to the genre’s various strains, from old-world Portuguese folk to ranchera to American country. But these guys can do it all: pop ballads, trippy psych-samba breakdowns (“Brasiliera”), even downright silliness (the campy “Maria Fumaca”).

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This is the band that made Michel Telo a star, but don’t expect anything like “Ai Se Eu Te Pego” or its slick, modern sertanejo universitário ilk, at least not on this best of (they’ve since adopted a poppier sound). Grupo Tradiçao as here is just a bunch of cute young guys rocking some old-school sertanejo. Check out “Roupa de Lua de Mel,” a great introduction to the genre’s various strains, from old-world Portuguese folk to ranchera to American country. But these guys can do it all: pop ballads, trippy psych-samba breakdowns (“Brasiliera”), even downright silliness (the campy “Maria Fumaca”).

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About This Album

This is the band that made Michel Telo a star, but don’t expect anything like “Ai Se Eu Te Pego” or its slick, modern sertanejo universitário ilk, at least not on this best of (they’ve since adopted a poppier sound). Grupo Tradiçao as here is just a bunch of cute young guys rocking some old-school sertanejo. Check out “Roupa de Lua de Mel,” a great introduction to the genre’s various strains, from old-world Portuguese folk to ranchera to American country. But these guys can do it all: pop ballads, trippy psych-samba breakdowns (“Brasiliera”), even downright silliness (the campy “Maria Fumaca”).