In 1974, several college students of the Arts and Conversation College (ECA) from the University of São Paulo (USP) teamed up beneath the idea of developing a brand-new method of MPB. Centered within a colloquial interpretation (the truth is, spoken talk “melody”) for traditional hits and their very own materials, they mixed components of pop music with Brazilian rhythms and high dosages of philosophical laughter. Grupo Rumo was Akira Ueno (bass), Ciça Tuccori (piano), Fábio Tagliaferri (viola), Gal Óppido (drums), Geraldo Leite (vocals), Hélio Ziskind (brass), Luiz Tatit (vocals/violão and the primary composer), Ná Ozzetti (signing up for the group in 1979, vocals), Paulo Tatit (electrical electric guitar/vocal), Pedro Mourão (vocal/violão/percussion), Ricardo Breim (keyboards/vocal), and Zecarlos Ribeiro (vocal/percussion). In its second stage in 1977, the group concentrated within the re-creation of less-known traditional Brazilian music from tracks by Noel Rosa, Lamartine Babo, Sinhô, as well as other composers. The entire consequence of their initiatives premiered on two 3rd party albums in 1981: Rumo and Rumo Aos Antigos, their finest albums. Regardless of the chronic poor distribution of substitute releases, they were able to offer 20,000 copies and had been honored by APCA (São Paulo’s association of Artwork critics) as Greatest Vocal Group and Greatest Instrumental Band of 1981. Their third record, Diletantismo, got the strike “Ladeira da Memória.” Caprichoso (1985) was lauded with the critics, plus they implemented with effective live performances. Including the strike “Delírio, Meu!” as well as the samba-enredo “Discharge,” which tells the group’s background. In 1988, the group released the children’s record Quero Passear, getting two Sharp awards for Greatest Children’s Record of 1988 and Greatest Children’s Tune (“A Noite No Castelo”). In 1989, the label Eldorado released a compilation from the group’s functions, entitled O sumo perform Rumo. In 1990, they opened up a new present in São Paulo (Ópera Area and Centro Cultural São Paulo), Rio de Janeiro (Circo Voador), and Curitiba (Teatro Paiol). In 1991, they documented live (on the Sesc Pompéia movie theater) their last record, consisting of brand-new songs. It had been reissued by Camerati in 1992, once more getting the APCA award; that season, the music group was dissolved. Quero Passear was reissued in Compact disc format in 1993, and their initial record, Rumo, was reissued on Compact disc by Eldorado in 1997. The type of work from the disbanded group can be continued within the solo function of Luiz Tatit.