Lambada

The lambada is an erotic dance, originating in Brazil, performed by two people who hold each other closely and gyrate their hips in synchronised movements. The term is also used to describe the music that accompanies the lambada, which combines salsa, calypso, and reggae.
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LAMBADA

acronym: Large-scale Atmospheric Moisture Balance of Amazona using Data Assimilation (BAHC and GEWEX)
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Lambada

[Brazilian film] Lambada a.k.a. Rhythm and Passion is a co-production between Brazil and Italy in 1990. ==Synopsis== Michael (Andrew J. Forest) is a young, handsome video director from the United States, in Brazil to shoot a video for the beautiful rock singer Annabelle Lewis (Mary Sellers). Michael will fall in love with the very sexy Regi
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Lambada

[song] `Lambada`, also released as `Chorando Se Foi (Lambada)` and `Llorando se fue (Lambada)`, is a 1989 song recorded by the French pop group Kaoma with the Brazilian vocalist Loalwa Braz. It was released as the first single from Kaoma`s debut album Worldbeat. The video, filmed on Cocos beach in the city of Trancoso, in the state of Bahia
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Lambada

[disambiguation] Lambada is a Brazil-origin dance that became popular worldwide during the 1980s and early 90s. Lambada may also refer to: ==Related== ==Films== ==Other== ...
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Lambada

[film] Lambada is a 1990 dramatic movie starring J. Eddie Peck, Melora Hardin, Adolfo `Shabba-doo` Quinones, Ricky Paull Goldin, Dennis Burkley, and Keene Curtis. Lambada was written and directed by Joel Silberg and choreographed by Shabba-Doo. The film was released simultaneously with rival film The Forbidden Dance; neither was well receiv
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Lambada

Lambada (pronunciation) is a dance music from Pará, Brazil. The dance became internationally popular in the 1980s, especially in Latin America and Caribbean countries. It has adopted aspects of dances such as forró, salsa, merengue, maxixe and the carimbó. Lambada is generally a partner dance. The dancers generally dance with arched legs, with
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