The very first Brazilian rock-band, Barão Vermelho deserves the title because while Blitz was the first ever to make success within the style concocted within the ’80s in Brazil, Blitz was a pop band with pinches of rock, while Barão Vermelho had a visceral rock approach right from the start. Pubão Vermelho started as a college friends’ test. Maurício Augusto Carvalho de Barros (key pad) and Flávio Augusto Goffi Marquezini (drummer) utilized to play Led Zeppelin as well as the Moving Stones addresses at Barros’ father’s garage area around 1980. Guitarist Roberto Frejat became a member of the duo quickly before bassist André Palmeira Cunha (Dé). Because they required a vocalist, they attempted the beginner Leo Jayme, who was simply following a lighter pop music group, nominating Agenor Miranda Araújo Neto for the positioning. As Cazuza, the brand new vocalist/composer would propel Pubão Vermelho’s shows and depart for an effective solo profession. His being boy from the creative director for a significant label (Som Livre) helped a whole lot in that. Becoming a member of causes with Frejat, the duo published the vast majority of their materials, which was offered in a display in the Morro da Urca, starting for the funk designer Sandra Sá (right now Sandra de Sá). The display was a fiasco, however the demonstration tape used showing the repertory was noticed from the rock and roll critic Ezequiel Neves, who adored the sound. Neves persuaded Som Livre maker Guto Graça Mello, plus they recorded the very first LP by Pubão Vermelho (the name extracted from a Peanuts comic), Clubão Vermelho. Released in Sept, 1982, the record didn’t gain the public’s curiosity. Clubão Vermelho 2 (1983) also didn’t sell, but the group drew the eye of two essential MPB performers: Caetano Veloso, who sang “Todo Amor Que Houver Nessa Vida” (Cazuza/Frejat, through the first record), and Ney Matogrosso, who documented “Pro Dia Nascer Feliz” (Cazuza/Frejat, from the next record), scoring popular with it. Instantly the label documented a single using the music group performing the tune, which had a straight bigger achievement. In the next season, the film Bete Balanço (Lael Rodrigues) included the theme tune compiled by Cazuza/Frejat and performed with the music group, which also made an appearance for the reason that film. An average youth film, it hit the mark, appealing to 1.4 million spectators. It ready the placing for the mainstream appropriation of Brazilian rock and roll in its initial visceral model. Maior Abandonado was the largest success from the music group, including the name monitor and “Bete Balanço.” The reputation from the film as well as the music group could be noticed during the Celebration Bete Balanço de Rock and roll, where Lobão & Operating-system Ronaldos, Celso Blues Boy, Titãs, Brylho, and Metralhatxeca, combined with the Clubão, performed the film’s soundtrack live. In January, 1985, the Clubão performed double within the historic first model from the Rock and roll in Rio celebration. In past due July, Cazuza departed for his single career, sick and tired of writing. Using the forthcoming 4th record cancelled with the defection, Frejat got the vocalist placement, documenting “Torre de Babel” to get a TV Globo particular. The song, credit scoring a hit, opened up just how for the Declare Guerra (Som Livre, 1986) recording which experienced a cooperation with Cazuza in “Um Dia Na Vida,” “Maioridade,” and “Que o Deus Venha.” With poor distribution, the recording didn’t remove and precipitated the departure from the music group to a fresh label, WEA, where they documented the lighter Rock’n Geral (1987). In Feb 1988, Maurício Barros remaining the music group, and guitarist Fernando Magalhãsera and percussionist Peninha (Paulo Pizziali) became a member of the group, documenting Carnaval, a go back to hard rock and roll. The hit from the recording was “Pense e Dance.” Around the recording tour, in June 1989, the live recording Pubão ao Vivo was documented within the DamaXoc nightclub amidst substantial promotion. In 1990, the group performed within the II Rock and roll in Rio event, when the unavoidable departure from the bassist Dé was experienced by the target audience because of his ironic attitude. The bass in the brand new recording Na Calada da Noite was documented by Dadi (previously of the Cor perform Som), however the truth was only produced public in-may, when the recording was already carried out — which, probably inadvertently do justice towards the album’s name. The discharge of the brand new record coincided using the loss of life by Helps of Cazuza, on July 7th. Among its tracks, “O Poeta Está Vivo,” described a poet getting alive still. In 1996, the group have scored another strike with “Malandragem, Dá Um Tempo,” with the sambista Moreira da Silva. Another CDs with the music group consist of Supermercados da Vida (1992, WEA), Carne Crua (1994, WEA), and Álbum, (1996, WEA).
|1||Members have included Cazuza, Roberto Frejat, Guto Goffi, Dé Palmeira, Mauricio Barros.|
|Sete Vidas||2015||TV Series performer: "Sorte e Azar"|
|Salve Jorge||2012||TV Series performer: "Sorte e Azar"|
|Malhação||2011||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Araguaia||2010||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Por Toda Minha Vida||2008-2009||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|Caminho das Índias||2009||TV Series performer: "Puro Êxtase"|
|Queridos Amigos||2008||TV Mini-Series performer - 1 episode|
|Cazuza: O Tempo Não Pára||2004||performer: "Bete Balanço", "Maior Abandonado", "Pro Dia Nascer Feliz" / writer: "Billy Negão", "Down em Mim", "Ponto fraco", "Posando de Star"|
|Era Uma Vez...||1998||TV Series performer: "Puro Êxtase"|
|Veja Esta Canção||1994||performer: "Copacabana"|
|O Outro||1987||TV Series performer: "Quem Me Olha Só"|
|Partido Alto||1984||TV Series performer: "Largado no Mundo"|
|Altas Horas||2012-2017||TV Series||Themselves|
|A Farra do Circo||2014||Documentary||Theirself|
|Rock in Rio||1985-2001||TV Series||Themselves / Themselves - Performers|
|MTV Video Music Brasil 1996||1996||TV Movie||Themselves - Performers|
|Roberto Carlos Especial||1994||TV Series||Themselves|
|Programa Livre||1991||TV Series||Themselves|
|Por Toda Minha Vida||2008-2009||TV Series||Themselves|
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