Sociedade De Estudos Da Cultura Negro No Brasil – Egungun
Label:SECNB - Sociedade de Estudos da Cultura Negra no Brasil
Used LP 1984
Disc:VG+/EX (has light surface noise at some part,but totally great shape)
Jacket:VG+ (some age scrubs,totally good condition as Brazilian record) w/original booklet
Indigenous religion Voodoo religion transmitted to Benin, Africa. During the slave trade between West Africa and Brazil in the 16th century, many voodoos were sent to North, Central, and South America, centered on Brazil, and were reportedly banned from the colonial nation but did not bow down. As a result, it is said that Brazil still has such a strong religious power that the voodoo culture has taken root. Egungun is said to be the biggest festival in Voodoo religion and one of the world's most famous festivals. This record is a valuable record of Egungun's recording in Bahia, Brazil in the 1960s. Percussion instruments, suge instruments and festival songs resonate psychedelicly, and they are also clearly recorded. The photograph group recorded on the double-sided sleeves by photographer Lenio Braga, featuring unique costumes and festival patterns, is also a wonderful word.