Pele Juju, reunited in 2007 after a seven year hiatus, are dubbed by their fans as "The Wild Women of Worldbeat". The true essence of this all women's band defies description. Voted 5 times in a row in the 90s as "Best Local Band" in a Santa Cruz readers poll, Pele Juju's musical magic created a tremendous and fast-growing grassroots national following.
Pelé is a 1977 album by the Brazilian composer and arranger Sérgio Mendes and the Brazilian footballer Pelé. It was the soundtrack for a documentary about Pelé's life. The album was Pelé's debut as a singer and songwriter. Pelé sings on "Meu Mundo É uma Bola (My World Is a Ball)" and "Cidade Grande (Big City)", accompanied largely by Gracinha Leporace the sounds are as lilting and tropical as all of the Brazilian light jazz.
Rite is an ambient album by Julian Cope and Donald Ross Skinner, released in February 1993 on Cope's own Ma-Gog label. It is the first album in the Rite series and has been described as "a series of lengthy, mostly instrumental jamming freakouts influenced by both Krautrock and psychedelic funk. Donald Ross Skinner – organ, electric piano, clavinet, drums, producer, recording engineer.
Artistry Rhythm Issue 11, 2015. Artistry Rhythm Issue 11, 2015. Now playing: Ed Sheeran Perfect.
Pele Juju - "Children Of The Mother" - Rhythm Rite (BMI).
Audio CD, December 31, 1992. I received the Pele Juju CD very quickly and even though it was used it was in great shape. One person found this helpful.
CreditsPele Juju - Primary Artist
|1||Come to Me Now||Pele Juju|
|2||Move Move Move||Pele Juju|
|4||Children of One Mother||Pele Juju|
|5||Bak (Prayer)||Pele Juju|
|7||Full Metal||Pele Juju|