Gilberto Gil: “We wanted to question how Brazilian society was constituted – the ethnic make-up of Brazil” | Songlines
Friday, February 16, 2018

Gilberto Gil: “We wanted to question how Brazilian society was constituted – the ethnic make-up of Brazil”

By Alex Robinson

Gilberto Gil speaks to Alex Robinson about the 60s tropicália movement and how he has tried to bridge the gaps in Brazil’s class-ridden society

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