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Jorge Ben is the self-titled sixth studio album by Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Jorge Ben, released in November 1969. Ben recorded the album alongside producer Manoel Barenbein, the vocal/percussion band Trio Mocot�, and an orchestral section arranged by Jos� Briamonte and Rog�rio Duprat. It was written by Ben during his previous few years performing independently and developing his unique samba-based style. He incorporated psychedelic and soul music for this lively recording, while his quirky lyrics dealt with everyday life, romances with women, Afro-Brazilian identity, and self-awareness. Guido Alberi's iconic cover for the album also drew on psychedelic influences in it's pop-art illustration of Ben and symbols of contemporary Brazilian culture. Jorge Ben was a commercial comeback for Ben and featured several hit songs, including two of his most famous recordings 'Que Pena' and 'Pa�s Tropical'. Critics have since associated the album with Brazil's samba rock and Tropic�lia musical movements.
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