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Esfera - Various - Sambass (Brazilian Style DrumnBass) (CD)

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    Pearl 12"x4" Brazilian Caixa. The "snare drum" played in Samba music is called the Caixa (Kai-sha). Pearl's PBCX Caixa features a 12"x4" wood shell, drum key tunable textured heads, and SR style .
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    Jungle drum ‘n’ bass (commonly abbreviated to jungle, drum ‘n’ bass or DNB) is a type of rave music which emerged in the mid s. The genre is characterized by fast breakbeats (typically between – BPM), with heavy bass and sub-bass lines.
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    Tracks taken from the Sambass, Brazilian Style Drum'n'Bass CD. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; IRMA Various: Sambass (Brazilian Style Drum'n'Bass) ‎ (CD, Comp) /5(26).
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    Part of the [List] and [List] When drum 'n' bass was stuck in a moody vacuum at the start of the s, the Brazilian scene reintroduced sunshine and funk to the genre. DJ Marky, Patife, Bungle, L-Side, S.P.Y and XRS laced their version of drum 'n' bass with Brazilian samba and soul influences without sacrificing the essential beats and low-end, resulting in an addictive hybrid.
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    Brazilian Drums Explained: Learn about the Music in Brazil. The drums and the percussion instruments of Brazil are deeply ingrained in the history of African and South American cultures. These drums are best used for the sound of the Samba, but are also now used in .

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