Multicultural Worship: From Cape Town To Brazil (Via Cambridge)

If you ever needed proof that the planet is becoming a global village here’s a song by Brenton Brown (a South African) written while he was part of a church in Cambridge UK, translated into Portuguese, performed by Brazilians, in the style of classic British rock band Led Zeppelin.

So what’s not to like?

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Songwriter/Singer from Nottingham, UK. My 2nd EP, Everything In The World Is Fighting Everything In The Sky, is out now. I'm blogging (& podcasting) through the entire Beatles catalogue at Beatles Songwriting Academy. In my spare time I wish I had some spare time.
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2 Responses to Multicultural Worship: From Cape Town To Brazil (Via Cambridge)

  1. Simon says:

    I think the Page impression is better than the Plant one.

  2. Matt Blick says:

    Definitely. More Michael Cera than Robert Plant – but then that's probably a good thing!

    It's just a Kashmir type chord progression and a stock riff. But nice all the same.

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