If You Have Not Heard Of Los Indios Tabajaras ...

If you have not heard of Los Indios Tabjaras, you have not lived. They were extremely popular in the 30s-60s. You will still find them in their head dress and tribal costumes on many covers. That was a marketing gimmick more than anything as the Brazilian brothers were accomplished classical guitarists in their own right.

20 Grandes Exitos by Los Índios Tabajaras cover

Their biggest hit was Maria Elena, a Mexican folk tune. What makes the brothers unique is that their sound is pure, uncomplicated and resonating. 

Have a glass of wine or a cup of coffee, sit back, relax and drift away...

Best of Los Indios Tabajaras by Los Índios Tabajaras cover


Reminds me of the scene where Leslie cheung walks in the coconut plantation leading to his mum's house in Philippines in wong Kar Wai's "the days of being wild"
solomon said…
My favorites are their El Contour Pasadena and Ternura
Well, you are one of the few whom I can share Los Indios. My CD covershows a coconut tree. Beautiful songs, Love is a many splendoured thing, Blue Moon & of course others. I was enjoying Los Indios in the middle 1960s!
clk said…
Perhaps you may consider the 1964 version of "Girl from Ipanema" by Astrud Gilberto & Stan Getz, enjoy.

Ronnie said…
I may not have been born during that era but thanks to my dad, I managed to hear and appreciate their artistry.

Here's a sample for the readers:
Ronnie said…
Thanks to my dad, I got to know them and hear their artistry even though I'm only 40.

Here's a sample for your readers to appreciate: