Among the best Brazilian record retailers (around 13 million copies of his albums), Amado Batista managed to get big with a favorite romantic/soft rock method with sentimental lyrics. Batista experienced several strikes (like “Serenata,” created with José Fernandes dos Santos; “O Julgamento,” by Walter José/Sebastião Ferreira da Silva; “O Acidente,” by Roberto Ney/Deny Wilson; “Ah! Se European union Pudesse,” by Vicente Dias; and “Hospício,” with Reginaldo Sodré) and experienced his existence depicted within the film Sol Vermelho (1982). Throughout his profession, he gained 14 gold information, 13 platinum, and something diamond. The child of the peasant, Amado Batista relocated to Goiânia, the administrative centre of his condition (Goiás) at 14, where he kept several small careers. Within the ’70s, he bought a little record shop, quickly growing his business. Learning to be a consultant of the label Anhembi Chororó (from São Paulo) within the same 10 years, Batista released his first record, a dual single. His 1st success came within the next 12 months with “Desisto” (with Reginaldo Sodré), which offered over 100,000 copies and reached the very best charts. His 1st LP was documented in 1977, Amado Batista Canta o Amor. In 1978, Batista authorized with Continental, a business that had countrywide distribution. Quickly, he became the very best seller of this company, having popular in 1979 using the ballad “O Fruto perform Nosso Amor (Amor Perfeito)” (Vicente Dias/Praião II). In 1985, he authorized with BMG Ariola, starting in 1993 Um Pedaço de Mim, which offered 600,000 copies in a couple weeks. Since that time, his albums have already been selling the average 800,000 copies annual.