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Wejah

Everything started in a gathering in 1982 whenever a music group called Bandeira Rasgada arrived. Eduardo Miranda (electric guitar), Nelson Sanchez (tone of voice), Jorge Sanchez (bass), and Vladimir Augusto (drums) began playing hard rock and roll music. Afterwards, with keyboards, Nelson Sanchez and Henrique Valsésia (tone of voice and saxophone) began to make brand-new songs with complex arrangements; then they decided to transformation the band’s name to Última Geração. Over time, another brand-new name surfaced: Renascença. With this name, the group became known in São Paulo’s underground and got into the studio room to record two music, which got the support of essential musical critics. In 1986, Nelson Sanchez still left the music group and Alessandro Miranda had taken his place. The music group provided some gigs in São Paulo. In this time around, they released their initial album, known as Renascença, with particular visitor Amir Cantúsio Jr. from Alpha III. Out of this period, the music group began to be known as Wejah. Following this record, the music group broke up. In the center of 1991, Miranda and Augusto re-formed the music group with Jorge Sanchez and Celso Santos, composing a fresh experimental sound, nonetheless it didn’t last. Jointly once again, Miranda, Jorge Sanchez, and Augusto, with Marcelo Perez (keyboards) and Maurício Freitas (tone of voice), performed some displays in 1993, but this lineup didn’t last either. Augusto still left the music group and Alexandre Crescenzi had taken his place. At the start of 1995, Freitas still left the music group and Wejah chosen instrumental music. By the end of that calendar year, Wejah showed a fresh sound inspired with a work known as “Senda” (Small Street) and documented the Compact disc Senda.

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