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Os Incriveis

Successful group of the Jovem Guarda movement, performed in several countries and recorded over 20 LPs. Beginning as the Clevers, they played along the same lines as the Shadows and the Ventures, but they also had vocal numbers. After their performance at the Ritmos da Juventude show at the Rádio Nacional (São Paulo SP), they were introduced to Continental by its host DJ Antonio Aguillar. Recording their first 78 in 1963 with "El Relicario" (José Padilla) in a twist arrangement, they had an instant hit with it. Immediately they recorded a LP, Encontro com the Clevers -- Twist. Along with the success in the solo career, the group also accompanied Demétrius, Orlando Alvarado, and other artists. They followed a tour through several European countries. After returning to Brazil, they organized another tour through Argentina, but before the departure, they broke up with Aguillar, who owned the name the Clevers. After the 40-day excursion, they discovered that Aguillar had formed another the Clevers band and were informed that they would be sued for the undue use of the brand. Taking the name Os Incríveis from one of their albums, they continued their career. In that period of enormous success, they recorded in Italian, Spanish, and English; they were also featured in the film Os Incríveis Neste Mundo Louco. The bassist Neno was replaced by Nenê in the '60s. Until 1969, they already had several hits like "Era Um Garoto Que Como Eu Amava Os Beatles e Os Rolling Stones" (G. Morandi, version by Brancato Jr.), "O Milionário" (Mike Maxfield, from the Dakotas), "Czardas," "Israel," "Te Amo," "Mundo Louco," "Menina," "Kokorono-niji," "Embora" (Nenê/Brancato Jr.), and others. Also participating in TV shows like Jovem Guarda na TV, they were at the peak of their success, having toured Japan and Europe in 1967-1968 and recorded the album dedicated to the Latin American market Los Increibles in Spanish, which was released by Argentinean CBS. But a series of recordings of Dom/Ravel's compositions (the song of the Mobral campaign, along with "Você Também é Responsável," "Homem Do Campo," and, mostly, "Eu Te Amo, Meu Brasil") sponsored by the military dictatorship made the Os Incríveis to become stigmatized by Brazilian society and was the beginning of the end of their career as a group. In their performances they were booed and their albums stopped selling. With no conditions of continuity, they decided to stop.

Following different solo paths, Netinho formed the rock group Casa das Máquinas. Manito developed his instrumental career, also playing with the progressive rock group O Som Nosso de Cada Dia. Nenê became a requested session man. Mingo continued to record with other musicians, releasing albums under the name Os Incríveis. In 1973 and 1974, Risonho, Mingo, and Nenê got together and recorded two LPs. The first had three hits, "O Magnário" (Risonho), "Eu Sou Humilde," and "Adeus Tristeza." They also recorded a promo single with the Brazilian National Anthem, distributed as a soap bonus. The second had the hits "Você Vai Ser Mamãe" and "Isto é A Felicidade." But the rejection against them was too strong and they dissolved the group once more. In 1992, Netinho, Nenê, and Manito, joined by Netinho's son the solo guitarist Sandro, and sporadically by Risonho, teamed again as Os Incríveis, taking the retro wave. In 1995, the Jovem Guarda commemorated 25 years amidst reissues of representative albums and compilations, live performances of the bands of the period regrouped again, and new interpretations of its classics by new artists, but the Os Incríveis were unable to get together because of the decease of vocalist Mingo in that very year. ~ Alvaro Neder
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Brazilian Beat Brooklyn Presents: Baile Funk 2: Agora E Moda

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Track List: Brazilian Beats 2

Disc 1

1. Ba-Tu-Ca-Da (Peter Heller Big Love From Rio Mix)

2. Celebration Suite

4. Nebulosa

5. Sam Blues

6. Barumba

7. Hot Pants Road

8. Eu Sou Mais Eu

10. Ondo Anda A Meu Amor

12. Ye Mele

14. Swinga Sambaby

15. La Lupita

16. Cochise

18. Bob

Disc 2

3. Serrado

4. Atoa Atoa

5. Nega De Obaluae

6. Zana

8. Coco Dub (Afrociberdelia)

9. Na Biaxa Do Sapateiro

10. E Samba

11. Jungle

13. Summertime

14. Tanganica

Disc 3

4. Nao Adianta

6. Chega No Suingue

7. Riacho

8. Saudacao A Toco Preto

9. Sebastiana

10. Krioula

12. Como Um Sol (Brazilian Beat Mix)

13. Musica E

Disc 4

1. Baile Funk Medley

4. Magia (Faze Action Horny Mix)

5. Jogando Capoeira

6. Carolina

8. Take Me Back To Piaui

9. Que Alegria (Sao Benitez Somdagente Mix)

Disc 5

2. Freestyle Love

4. Bobeira

5. Zamba Ben

7. Pilotando O Bonde Da Excursao

10. Barbapapa's Groove

12. Candomble

15. Xica Da Silva

17. Tudo Bem

Disc 6

1. No Tranco

2. Riva (Gringo Jo Casa De Samba Mix)

5. Take Me Back To Piaui (Dubben Mix)

7. Flamengao

10. Morena De Angola

11. Take It Easy My Brother Charles

15. Babylon By Gus

16. Como Eu Te Quero

Disc 7

2. Mar Afunda

8. E Necessario

10. Tanga

11. Uma Rosa Pra Dita

13. Jeep

14. Beija-Flor Suite

15. Taieiras

16. A Festa

17. Tava Mas Nao Tava

18. Mais Kriola

19. O Jornaleiro

20. Black Soul Brothers

21. Skim Dum Dum Dum

22. Marcas

Disc 8

5. Carolina

7. Summertime

8. Serrado

12. Hot Pants Road

19. Eu Sou Mais Eu

21. Barumba

23. Black Soul Brothers

25. Sam Blues

26. Carolina Carol Bela

27. Take It Easy My Brother Charles

28. Baile Funk Medley

29. Take It Easy My Brother Charles

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Track List: Brazilian Beats Brooklyn

2. Mar Afunda

8. E Necessario

10. Tanga

11. Uma Rosa Pra Dita

13. Jeep

14. Beija Flor Suite

16. A Festa

17. Tava Mas Nao Tava

18. Mais Kriola

19. O Jornaleiro

20. Black Soul Brothers

21. Skim Dum Dum Dum

22. Marcas

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Track List: Tudo Ben: Jorge Ben Covers

2. Pulo, Pulo

3. Silva Lenheira

4. Rita Jeep

5. Zazueira

6. Quem Mandou

8. Que Pena

9. Morre O Burro Fica O Homem

12. Crioula

16. Brasil, Eu Fico

18. Resposta

19. Mas Que Nada

20. Pais Tropical

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