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Known as "The Tenor of samba", Noriel Vilela is an iconic samba-rock artist. He started his career as a member of the band 'Cantores de Ébano', in the 50's. His unique low-pitched voice was one of the most powerful within the group. In 1969 he released his only solo album, "Só o Ôme". It features his signature song "16 Toneladas", a portuguese cover version of Ernie Ford's and Merle Travis' "Sixteen Tons".
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- 16 Toneladas - (2:11) - 3,953 plays
- 16 toneladas (sixteen tons) - (2:09) - 715 plays
- Eu Tá Vendo No Copo - 431 plays
- Só o Ôme - (2:22) - 247 plays
- Saudosa Bahia - (2:47) - 292 plays
- Saravando Xangô - (2:41) - 297 plays
- Promessado - (2:11) - 246 plays
- Samba das Águas - (2:12) - 194 plays
- Pra Iemanjá Levar - (2:51) - 203 plays
- Todo Enrolado - (2:43) - 132 plays
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