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Sacundin Ben Samba
is the third album from Brazilian artist Jorge Ben, originally released in 1964.
All tracks written by Jorge Ben, except where noted
- "Anjo Azul" – 2:48
- "Nena Nana" – 2:52
- "Vamos Embora "Uau"" - 2:32
- "Capoeira" - 2:48
- "Gimbo" - 2:35
- "Carnaval Triste" (Paulo Bruce/Sérgio C. de Almeida) - 2:33
- "A Princesa e o Plebeu" - 3:25
- "Menina do Vestido Coral" - 3:31
- "Pula Baú" - 2:28
- "Jeitão de Preto Velho" - 3:04
- "Espero por Você" (João Mello) - 2:04
- "Não Desanima João" - 3:14
- Jorge Ben – vocals, violão
- Luís Carlos Vinhas - piano
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- Manuel Gusmão – bass
- Pedro Paulo – trumpet
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- Dom Um Romão
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