Anísio Silva was probably one of the most popular performers in Brazil, saving up to 37 albums (among 78s and LPs) from 1956 to 1968. He relocated with his family members to upstate São Paulo when he was youthful, soon pursuing to the administrative centre, where he worked well like a pharmacy attendant. In 1945, he relocated to Rio de Janeiro where he produced frustrated efforts in small documenting businesses until he been successful in documenting Tudo Foi Ilusão through Odeon in 1956, accompanied by Sonhando Contigo (Anísio Silva/Fausto Guimarãsera), that was released in 1957. Enjoying instant national achievement, Silva undertook a challenging activity that could last until 1963, documenting and touring through the entire nation. His biggest strikes had been “Interesseira” (1958), “Quero Beijar-te As Mãoperating-system” (1959), “Alguém Me Disse” (1960) (the record marketed two million copies, the best selling until after that with a Brazilian musician), “Onde Estarás” (1961), and “Ave Maria Dos Namorados” (1963). He continuing release a LPs regularly until 1975, but his reputation declined steadily until 1968, when he discontinued the artistic picture and devoted himself to perform his nightclub Forró 66 in Rio.