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Gretchen

Relying in her dizzying curves and hot dance design, the Carioca vocalist Gretchen (sister of Sula Miranda’s, with whom she held within their teens the short-lived group As Melindrosas) premiered in the past due 70’s by Mister Sam, soon executing around Brazil using the group Záccaro. After her Television debut …

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Época de Ouro

After spending the ’50s documenting accompanied by an orchestra as well as the Regional do Canhoto, Jacob do Bandolim inserted the ’60s looking for an accompaniment formula even more suitable for his personal taste. The Época de Ouro had been his option. A local (little radio ensemble, regular from the …

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Adriana Maciel

Having researched music (flute/tone of voice) on the Condition College or university of Brasília (Government District), Adriana Maciel shifted to Rio de Janeiro in the mid-’80s, where she proved helpful in a number of musicals by Oswaldo Montenegro, such as for example Os Menestréis certainly (being a support vocalist and …

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Nivaldo Ornelas

Nivaldo Ornelas can be an important musician using a single career and a good resumé as sideman, performing, saving, and/or touring with such brands as Gary Peacock, Jack port DeJohnette, Egberto Gismonti, Wagner Tiso, Milton Nascimento, and many more. Ornelas begun to play accordion extremely early. At 16, he had …

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Yonlu

Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and virtual musician Yonlu was created Vinicius Gageiro Marques, in Porto Alegre, in southern Brazil’s Rio Grande du Sul, among the nation’s most populated cultural capitals. The kid of the psychoanalyst and a politics scientist who was simply the region’s secretary of lifestyle, Yonlu was an visual polymath …

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Gino & Geno

Sertaneja duo Gino & Geno initiated their saving career through the genre’s first stages, in 1970. Energetic for quite some time in the initial half from the ’70s, the group broke through in to the Brazilian mainstream using the strike record As Águas perform São Francisco. After producing an extraordinary …

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Caito Marcondes

Caito Marcondes originates from a long type of great Brazilian percussionists. Similarly versed in Brazilian folk and traditional music, Marcondes provides used Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal, Toninho Horta, and Marlui Miranda and provides composed ballet ratings and tv and film soundtracks. Marcondes became a member of using the California-based Turtle …

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Tom Zé

Tom Zé began his profession as well as Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, and Maria Bethânia. Like a composer, he affected Caetano and many more and shipped an expressive body of sort out his personal discography. A restless thinker, he was adept at contemporary erudite music experimentations, however he …

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Moraes Moreira

The founder of Os Novos Baianos, Moraes Moreira was the primary author of the group (with lyricist Luís Galvão). Departing for an extremely successful solo profession, he has documented many albums, usually fusing the wealthy folklore of Bahia with rock and roll and pop affects. He also became an ardent …

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Odair José

Odair José was perhaps one of the most successful performers in the ’70s as well as the most successful a single in the brega portion. José started being a self-taught musician, understanding how to play the violão (classical guitar), the piano, as well as the harmonica at ten. He produced …

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