The sergio mendes trio in the brazilian bag

After receiving his first international call-up in 1997 under Mario Zagallo for a match against Russia , [12] Sylvinho formed part of Brazil's squad for the CONCACAF Gold Cup of 1998 wherein as they eventually finished in third place, he thus won a bronze medal with the team. [20] He thereafter made his international debut for Brazil in a friendly match against Wales at Cardiff on May 23, 2000, which ended in a 3–0 win. [21] [22] Four days later, he played in a friendly match against England in London , which ended in a 1–1 draw. [23] He went on to achieve a total of 6 international caps, [24] as a backup to Roberto Carlos at the left-back position. [25] His last appearance with Brazil was on March 28, 2001 in a World Cup qualifier against Ecuador . [26]

As the winner of the Architizer award in the Architecture + Photography category, Fernando Guerra is featured in the newly released Phaidon book.

The Architizer A+Awards celebrate the world’s best architecture every year. The winners were singled out amongst entries from over 100 countries by an international jury of over 300 experts and over 200,000 public votes. 60 categories of winners celebrate the diversity of the world’s architecture. There are giant towers, tiny apartments, a sinuous elevated bike path and a human-sized birdhouse. Architecture is everywhere and fulfills endless functions. This book celebrates all of them!

Format: Hardback
Size: 279 x 216 mm, 11 x 8 1/2 in
Pages: 240 pp
Illustrations: 500 colour illustrations
ISBN: 9780714872872

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Thank you for making these rare Soupy Sales broadcasts available online. His wit was still as sharp as ever. These “lost” episodes deserve to be heard and enjoyed again. As for me, you made a dream come true and I’m already looking forward to the next installments.

In 1989, Jorge changed his recording label as well as his artistic name, becoming Jorge Benjor (or Jorge Ben Jor). At the time, it was said that there were numerological reasons for his change in name; other sources say it was in response to an incident where some of his royalties accidentally went to American guitarist George Benson .

Currently, Mendes continues to tour worldwide as well as composing and producing for several upcoming films, including Rio 2, while also working on his own album projects.

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