Gilberto Alves, Carmen Costa, Black Out E Jorge Veiga - Carnaval Do Rio album flac
Genre: Latin / Military & War
Title: Carnaval Do Rio
Style: Samba, Marches
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A3. –Black Out (8). Marcha De Gago. Vai Haver O Diabo (Macaco Olha O Teu Rabo).
Gilberto Alves E O Samba. Genre is Latin Brass & Military. This album was released on the label Copacabana (catalog number CLP 11074). 01 - o TEU cabelo não nega - castro barbosa - 1955 arquivos seraend. 01 - O TEU CABELO NÃO NEGA - CASTRO BARBOSA - 1955. Raul Valença, João Valença, Lamartine Babo).
Manhã de Carnaval" ("Carnival Morning") is a song by Brazilian composer Luiz Bonfá and lyricist Antônio Maria. The film's soundtrack also included songs by Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes, as well as another composition by Bonfá ("Samba de Orfeu")
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In 1963, Gilberto collaborated with American jazz musician Stan Getz on the album Getz/Gilberto which was released the following year. Jobim played the piano for the album while Gilberto's then-wife Astrud Gilberto performed the vocals in English while he sang in Portuguese. Although Astrud Gilberto was only in the recording studio to be with her husband, João Gilberto requested her to sing on several of the tracks as he could not sing in English. This resulted with a duet between the two on the track "The Girl from Ipanema" which became a major hit from the album. 1962: João Gilberto Cantando as Musicás do Filme Orfeo do Carnaval. 1962: Boss of Bossa Nova. 1962: Bossa Nova at Carnegie Hall. Hermínio Bello de Carvalho. Henri Philippe Reichstul.
Sinfonia Do Carnaval. Gilberto Alves (born as Gilberto Alves Martins) was born in Apr 15, 1915, in Rio de Janeiro. View full artist profile.
Background information. The singer also participated in several films, such as "Pra Lá de Boa" (1949), "Carnaval em Marte" (1955), "Depois eu conto" (1956) and "Vou Te Contá" (1958). In 2003, the City Council of Rio de Janeiro had approved an initiative project of the Museum of the Republic and she was proclaimed Brazilian cultural heritage. For the occasion, she composed the song "Tombamento", which he sang for the Minister of Culture, Gilberto Gil.
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I'm sorry for the person who continues to post a similar video which states that the singer is the superb Astrud Gilberto! I've always enjoyed the voice and artistry of Ms. Gilberto. I literally was 8 feet away from her when she sang in "The Rainbow Grill" in Rockefeller Center many years ago. She'd been hired by my then employer, Eastern Air Lines, as their vocal sponsor for a particular number of songs that would represent some of the most unique vacation destinations of Eastern at that time.
Botafogo Rio de Janeiro. Santos FC. Esporte Clube Bahia. Fluminense Football Club. Sport Club Corinthians Paulista. Associação Chapecoense de Futebol. Dani Alves reaches 40th title milestone - will play after this ad. Quality.
|A1||–Castro Barbosa||O Teu Cabelo Não Néga|
|A3||–Black Out||Marcha De Gago|
|A4||–Jorge Veiga||Eu Quero É Rosetar|
|A5||–Castro Barbosa||Vai Haver O Diabo (Macaco Olha O Teu Rabo)|
|A6||–Gilberto Alves||Tourades Em Madrid|
|B4||–Black Out||Mamae Eu Quero|
|B6||–Gilberto Alves||Cidade Maravilhosa|
- Sleeve Notes – Lucio Rangel
NotesFull artist listed on label as "Gilberto Alves, Carmen Costa, Black Out , e Jorge Veiga Com Orquestra e Côro".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): MLP-033
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): MLP-034
|SOLP 40585||Various||Carnaval Do Rio (LP, Album, RE)||som||SOLP 40585||Brazil||1975|
|CLP 11074, CLP 11.074||Gilberto Alves, Carmen Costa, Black Out E Jorge Veiga||Gilberto Alves, Carmen Costa, Black Out E Jorge Veiga - Carnaval Do Rio (LP, Album)||Copacabana, Copacabana||CLP 11074, CLP 11.074||Brazil||Unknown|
|CLP 3002||Gilberto Alves, Carmen Costa, Black Out E Jorge Veiga||Gilberto Alves, Carmen Costa, Black Out E Jorge Veiga - Carnaval Do Rio (10")||Copacabana||CLP 3002||Brazil||Unknown|