Los Indios Tabajaras
|Tags:||instrumental latin 60s guitar los indios tabajaras|
|Decades:||1960s 1990s 2000s|
Musiperi and Herundy (Ceara, Brazil) were sons of a Tabajaras Indian chieftain of an isolated jungle tribe. The story circulated by their publicist stated that they found guitars mislaid by European explorers, and taught themselves to play. Next, they travelled to Rio de Janiero to perform South American folk in the citys clubland where they were noticed by an agent who polished both their act and cultural education. As Natalicio and Antenor Lima, they toured other South American regions including Mexico before a trip to Europe where they proved particularly popular in Italy and Spain. It was, therefore, hardly surprising that, as Los Indios Tabajaras, they began recording principally for the Latin market in 1943. After 20 years, however, their instrumental revival of Jimmy Dorseys Maria Elena - dedicated to the wife of a Mexican president - was issued in the USA on RCA Records where, with no obvious precedent, it was a huge hit....