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 Released on 31 March 2014 by Analog Africa, ‘Siriá’ is a collection of material from 1975 – 1982 by Brazilian artist Mestre Cupijó, who has created the modernised version of the music of the inhabitants of the quilombos, a Brazilian hinterland settlement founded by escaped African slaves, and the indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest this local music, which has been igniting street parties and traditional festivals across the state of Pará in Northern Brazil for decades.

 
Track-listing:
1. Mingau de Açai 2:55 (Siriá)
2. Mambo Do Martelo 2:32 (Mambo)
3. Caboclinha Do Igapo 2:04 (Siriá)
4. Tubarao Branco 2:14 (Mambo)
5. Morena Do Rio Mutuacá 2:53 (Siriá)
6. Papa Chibe 2:53 (Siriá)
7. Farol Do Marajó 2:24 (Carimbo)
8. Cadé O Anel 2:46 (Siriá)
9. Ventinho Do Norte 3:47 (Mambo)
10. Siriá Quente 3:09 (Siriá)
11. Eu Quero O Meu Anel 2:50 (Siriá)
12. Perereca 2:05 (Mambo)
13. Pra Dança Meu Siriá 2:49 (Siriá)
14. Passarinho Siriri 2:43 (Siriá)
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