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'''"Escravos De Jo"''' is a musical composition by [[Milton Nascimento]]. The original track was featured on ''[[Clube da Esquina]]'' album and included musicians Nelson Angelo, Toninho, Paulo Moura, Wagner Tiso, and Nana Vasconcelos. '''"Escravos De Jo"''' is a musical composition by [[Milton Nascimento]]. The original track was featured on ''[[Clube da Esquina]]'' album and included musicians Nelson Angelo, Toninho, Paulo Moura, Wagner Tiso, and Nana Vasconcelos.
In 1996, [[Joe Claussell]] and [[Kerri Chandler]] released a cover version of "Escravos De Jo" on Ibadan Records. The track was featured on ''[[The Rebirth Of Cool]] 7'' CD compiled by [[Patrick Forge]]. In 1996, [[Joe Claussell]] and [[Kerri Chandler]] released a cover version of "Escravos De Jo" on Ibadan Records. The track was featured on ''[[The Rebirth Of Cool]] 7'' CD compiled by [[Patrick Forge]].
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"Escravos De Jo" is a musical composition by Milton Nascimento. The original track was featured on Clube da Esquina album and included musicians Nelson Angelo, Toninho, Paulo Moura, Wagner Tiso, and Nana Vasconcelos.

In 1996, Joe Claussell and Kerri Chandler released a cover version of "Escravos De Jo" on Ibadan Records. The track was featured on The Rebirth Of Cool 7 CD compiled by Patrick Forge.



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