|1||–Jorge Ben||A Banda Do Zé Pretinho|
|2||–Jorge Ben E Caetano Veloso||Ive Brussel|
|3||–Jorge Ben||Waldomiro Pena|
|4||–Jorge Ben||Salve Simpatia|
|5||–Jorge Ben||A Cegonha Me Deixou Em Madureira|
|6||–Jorge Ben||O Dia Em Que O Sol Declarou Seu Amor Pela Terra|
|7||–Jorge Ben||Santa Clara Clareou|
|8||–Jorge Ben||Oé Oé (Faz O Carro De Boi Na Estrada)|
|10||–Jorge Ben||Curumin Chama Cunhatã Que Eu Vou Contar (Todo Dia Era Dia De Índio)|
|11||–Jorge Ben||Taj Mahal / Fio Maravilha / País Tropical|
|12||–Jorge Ben||Rossaberto Corta Essa|
|13||–Jorge Ben||Troca Troca|
|14||–Jorge Ben||Saci Pererê|
|402.0012||Jorge Ben||Os Grandes Sucessos De Jorge Ben (LP, Comp)||Som Livre||402.0012||Brazil||1988|
|402.0132||Jorge Ben||Os Grandes Sucessos De Jorge Ben (LP, Comp)||Som Livre||402.0132||Brazil||1988|
|742.0012||Jorge Ben||Os Grandes Sucessos De Jorge Ben (Cass, Comp)||Som Livre||742.0012||Brazil||1988|
|DM 461-02||Jorge Ben||Grandes Sucessos De Jorge Ben (CD, Comp)||DiscMedi Blau||DM 461-02||Spain||1999|
Ben is the ninth album by Brazilian artist Jorge Ben, released in 1972. The album has one of Jorge Ben's most famous songs, "Taj Mahal", and "Fio Maravilha", paying homage to Flamengo's iconic striker Fio Maravilha. The case was "settled amicably" according to Ben. Stewart admits "unconscious plagiarism" of Ben's tune in his 2012 autobiography. All songs composed by Jorge Ben.
A Tábua de Esmeralda. Jorge Ben. 5. 4. 1975. Gilberto Gil & Jorge Ben. 3.
Grandes Sucessos de Jorge Ben.
Album · 1974 · 12 Songs. 20 Grandes Sucessos de Raul Seixas. Original Olinda Style.
Jorge Ben is the self-titled sixth studio album by Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Jorge Ben. It was released in November 1969 by Philips Records. The album was his first recording for a major label since 1965 when his first stint with Philips ended due to creative differences. Ben recorded the album alongside producer Manoel Barenbein, the vocal/percussion band Trio Mocotó, and an orchestral section arranged by José Briamonte and Rogério Duprat
Grandes Sucessos: Jorge de Altinho, 2000.
Released in 1969, it is Jorge Ben's first album with Trio Mocotó. The self-titled album is said to have influenced the Tropicália movement, with Gal Costa recording "Que Pena" and "País Tropical" in her first self-titled album, also released in 1969. País Tropical" turned out to be Jorge Ben's most famous song in Brazil. In the. album cover, Jorge Ben pays homage to Brazilian football club Flamengo, with the team's crest appearing on his guitar body. All songs written by Jorge Ben. No. Title.
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