Gilberto Gil
Damned if I can find my vinyl 12 of this, so here's a CD copy for now. Been itching to put it up for ages.
Gilberto Gil - Divine and Marvellous - Brazil - YouTube
Nov 20, 2007 ... July 2005 Gilberto Gil is one of the most popular musicians in Brazil. Born in 1944, Gil grew up with music, but also with political oppression.
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