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Gal Costa - Divino Maravilhoso - Interpreta Caetano Veloso (2006)

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Gal Costa - Divino Maravilhoso - Interpreta Caetano Veloso (2006)

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CD 01: 
01 CORACAO VAGABUNDO
02 AVARANDADO
03 CLARA
04 MAMAE CORAGEM
05 BABY
06 DIVINO MARAVILHOSO
07 CINEMA OLYMPIA
08 SAUDOSISMO
09 NAO IDENTIFICADO
10 LONDON LONDON
11 COMO DOIS E DOIS
12 VOCE NAO ENTENDE NADA
13 BARATO MODESTO
14 DEIXA SANGRAR
15 OS MAIS DOCE S BARBAROS
16 SEM GRILOS
17 O BATER DO TAMBOR
18 MASSA REAL

CD 02:
01 FORCA ESTRANHA
02 MINHA VOZ MINHA VIDA
03 MEU BEM MEU MAL
04 DOM DE ILUDIR
05 A MULHER
06 A RA
07 LUZ DO SOL
08 TAPETE MAGICO
09 TIGRESA
10 QUAL E BAIANA
11 DA MAIOR IMPORTANCIA
12 SUTIS DIFERENCAS
13 PAULA E BEBETO
14 EU TE AMO
15 CARAS E BOCAS
16 MAE
17 LUA LUA LUA LUA
18 O AMOR

 

Gal Costa was born Maria da Graca Costa Penna Burgos (Her stage name came from her younger cousins nickname "Gau" for her), in Salvador, Bahia Brazil. She was one of the most illustrious female singers from the tropicalia movement and was a highly energetic individual, who changed constantly as a performer, who also actively got involved in political activities. She was brought up listening to music and was encouraged to pursue a singing career by her music-loving dad. She then teamed up with Caetano Veloso and his sister Maria Bethania in 1963 who then in turn introduced them to Gilberto Gil and Tom Ze. They then headed off together to Sao Paulo, to start their own career, however they kept in touch and are now lifelong friends. The new dictatorship at the time in Brazil was against any new ideologies and concepts, so while Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso decided to go into exile to London Gal and Maria stayed behind and took part in politically radical concerts. With her key writers in exile she sort other composers like Macale, and released the album "Gal".

In 1973, the album cover of Costa's India was censored because the image of the singer in a red bikini was considered too daring. By the late 70s, however, she became a superstar, becoming more and more popular and commercial. She endured the 80s as absolute queen among the big stars in Brazilian music, even being regarded by some as Brazil's greatest female singer. Backed up by choice composers, she recorded songs by Jorge Ben Jor (Que Pena) , Erasmos Carlos (Sua Estupidez) and Tom Jobim (Desifinados) . In 1982, the double album Fantasia spawned the huge carnival hit "Festa Do Interior". In the 90s, she continued her rise to being a top selling artist in Brazil. ---wrasserecords.com

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