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Los Indios Tabajares: Maria Elena - Always In My Heart (CD)

(1997/Collectables) 24 tracks

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  • Interpret: Los Indios Tabajares

  • Album titlle: Maria Elena - Always In My Heart (CD)

  • Label Collectables

  • Genre Pop

  • Year of publication 1997
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0090431270523

  • weight in Kg 0.1
Indios Tabajaras - Maria Elena - Always In My Heart (CD) CD 1
01 Maria Elena Los Indios Tabajares
02 Maran Cariua Los Indios Tabajares
03 Los Indios Danzan Los Indios Tabajares
04 A La Orilla Del Lago Los Indios Tabajares
05 Moonlight Serenade Los Indios Tabajares
06 Baion Bon Los Indios Tabajares
07 Pajaro Campana Los Indios Tabajares
08 Star Dust Los Indios Tabajares
09 Ternura Los Indios Tabajares
10 Ay Maria Los Indios Tabajares
11 Vals Criollo Los Indios Tabajares
12 Jungle Dream Los Indios Tabajares
13 Always In My Heart Los Indios Tabajares
14 Por Que Eres Asi? Los Indios Tabajares
15 Over The Rainbow Los Indios Tabajares
16 More Brandy-Please Los Indios Tabajares
17 Amapola Los Indios Tabajares
18 Wide Horizon Los Indios Tabajares
19 Moonlight And Shadows Los Indios Tabajares
20 You Belong To My Heart Los Indios Tabajares
21 Central Park Los Indios Tabajares
22 Magic Is The Moonlight Los Indios Tabajares
23 New Orleans Los Indios Tabajares
24 Maria My Own Los Indios Tabajares
The two brothers Muçaperê and Erundi, two sons of a large chieftain's family,... more
"Los Indios Tabajares"

The two brothers Muçaperê and Erundi, two sons of a large chieftain's family, belonged to the Tabajara, a tribe of indigenous Indians living in the extreme north-east of Brazil near Cariré in the state of Ceará. In their youth they came to a guitar and brought themselves to play their traditional music on it. They decided to travel the 2000 km across the country to the metropolis Rio de Janeiro to try their luck with their musical art. They were by no means discovered there by a theatre agent who managed them and provided them with concert appearances and, from 1943, a record contract as well. They changed their names to common Brazilian names, but became prominent as the Índios Tabajaras.

They toured South America for six years. They then went to Mexico, where they not only performed for a long time, but also looked for guitar teachers to perfect their guitar playing and nevertheless complement their repertoire in the direction of classical music. In the 1950s, appearances followed in North and South America and an important European tour.

At the end of the 50s, however, the two brothers recorded a number of albums in Mexico, some of which were released in the United States via the small label Vox. Her single María Elena was not yet a great success in 1958, but nevertheless always sold. The title was composed in 1933 by the Mexican Lorenzo Barcelata as a tribute to the then wife of President Pontes Gil and had long since been a million-seller and number one hit in the United States in a sung big-band version by Jimmy Dorsey in 1941. In 1962 their label RCA, within which they were under contract to Mexican branch, decided to release their instrumental guitar version in the United States. Surprisingly the single became a great success and reached the top 10 of the US charts. The following release in Europe and other countries again brought several top 10 placings in Great Britain and Australia.[1]

While Los Índios Tabajaras remained a one-hit wonder in the charts in the majority of countries, they were able to place the equally named album María Elena in the top 10 of the album charts in the United States and with Always in My Heart they had a smaller hit afterwards.

At the end of the 1960s they moved from Brazil to the United States and published other albums until the 1980s. Later Antenor Lima withdrew from music. He is now deceased. Nato Lima continued to release music until the 2000s in connection with his Japanese wife Michiko, who is also a guitarist.

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