1. Salinas – Tenha Fé, Pois Amanhã Um Lindo Dia Vai Nascer / 2. Elza Soares –Pulo, Pulo / 3. Wilson Simonal –Silva Lenheira / 4. Osmar Milito – Rita Jeep / 5. Wilson Simonal – Zazueira / 6. Osmar Milito – Quem Mandou / 7. Doris Monteiro – Se Você Quiser Mas Sem Bronquear / 8. Wilson Simonal – Que Pena / 9. Osmar Milito – Morre O Burro, Fica O Homem / 10. Os Originais Do Samba – Lá Vem Salgueiro / 11. Os Brazoes – Carolina Carol Bela / 12. Wilson Simonal Crioula / 13. Sonia Santos – Speed / 14. Claudette Soares – Êles Querem Amar / 15. Os Increveis – Vendedor De Bananas / 16. Wilson Simonal – Brasil, Eu Fico / 17. Cyro Aguiar – Rei Do Maracatu / 18. Wilson Simonal – Resposta / 19. Elza Soares – Mas Que Nada / 20. Wilson Simonal – País Tropical / 21. Originais Do Samba – Cadê Tereza / 22. Marijo – Fio Maravilha / 23. Os Originais Do Samba – Tenha Fé, Pois Amanhã Um Lindo Dia Vai Nascer / 24. Os Brazoes –Que Maravilha / 25. Os Mutreteiros Grilados – Cosa Nostra / 26. Os Originais Do Samba – Falador Passa Mal
The writer of Mas Que Nada, covered by the likes of Sergio Mendes, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie and Al Jarreau, and Taj Mahal - the source of inspiration for Rod Stewart's 'Do You Think I'm Sexy?', Ben is a enormous force in Brazilian popular music.
Often described as the James Brown of Brazilian music due to his prolific output, he is the most sampled Brazilian artist ever with artists from The Black Eyed Peas to DJ Markylifting elements off his tracks.
His song catalogue has also been covered by some of the finest bands in Brazil. This selection represents some of the more dance-floor orientated interpretations including mega rarities such as Cosa Nostra by Os Mutreteiros Grilados and tracks that even Ben himself never got around to singing like Rei Do Maracatu's Cyro Aguiar.