Milton Nascimento / Maria Maria / Far Out Recordings — Ban Ban Ton Ton


Until I started writing this review I never knew that the first traders in African slaves were Portuguese. The bandeirantes, in the 16th Century. That Brazil received more slaves than any other country. Nearly 5 million between 1501 and 1866, who built the nation’s economy on sugar, gold, diamonds and then coffee. That Brazil was […]

Milton Nascimento / Maria Maria / Far Out Recordings — Ban Ban Ton Ton

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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