BELCHIOR – Sujeito de Sorte (1976)

Belchior (October 26, 1946 – April 30, 2017) was a Brazilian singer-songwriter. He was one of the first MPB singers from the Brazilian northeast to reach mainstream success, in the early 1970s. "Sujeito de sorte" means "Lucky guy" in Portuguese. Belchior sings: "Last year I died, but this year I won't". Presentemente, eu posso… Continue lendo BELCHIOR – Sujeito de Sorte (1976)


GILBERTO GIL & IZA – Canções de Gil

Gilberto Gil and Iza have performed together for the first time ever. Accompanied by José Gil on percussion, the duo navigate through some of Gil's most popular songs, such as “Se eu quiser falar com Deus”, “Palco”, and “Vamos Fugir”. Andar com Fé (Gilberto Gil) Não Chore Mais (versão de Gilberto Gil para "No… Continue lendo GILBERTO GIL & IZA – Canções de Gil

LUEDJI LUNA – Lençóis (2023)

E eu não me sinto só na imensidão do céu ✨ Luedji Luna (1987-) is a Brazilian singer-songwriter from the city of Salvador, Bahia. Minha amadaQuando mira as estrelasPela miríade dos seus olhos mansos Desperta tanto brilho, tanta belezaQue não se perde em certezasSó têm dança, alegria, água e amor Eu não me sinto… Continue lendo LUEDJI LUNA – Lençóis (2023)

HERMETO PASCOAL & ELIS REGINA – Asa Branca | 13th Montreux Jazz Festival (1979)

At the end of the 20th of July 1979, after her two performances, Elis Regina stepped back onto the stage of the 13th Montreux Jazz Festival for a surprise performance alongside Hermeto Pascoal . The result left the demanding public of Montreux in ecstasy, which became one of the most memorable moments in Elis's career… Continue lendo HERMETO PASCOAL & ELIS REGINA – Asa Branca | 13th Montreux Jazz Festival (1979)

OS TINCOÃS – Obaluaê

Os Tincoãs were a Brazilian music group from Bahia, primarily active in the 1960s and 1970s. They are named after the Tincoã bird, a subspecies of the Squirrel Cuckoo native to Brazil. The music of Os Tincoãs was heavily influenced by Bahia's Candomblé religious tradition originated in Africa. Os Tincoãs are considered to be the… Continue lendo OS TINCOÃS – Obaluaê


Written in French in 1905, "Fascination" was translated into English by Dick Manning in 1932. "Fascination" is a waltz composed by French composer Dante Pilade "Fermo" Marchetti (1876-1940), and the original lyrics by Maurice de Féraudy (1859- 1932), at the beginning of the 20th century. The song remained incognito for decades until it was featured… Continue lendo NEY MATOGROSSO – Fascinação

TIMBALADA – Beija-Flor

Timbalada is an Afro-Brazilian music group from Salvador, Brazil. It was founded by percussionist and multi-intrumentalist Carlinhos Brown alongside Tony Mola. Their music style is between samba, reggae and axé, with strong influences from African music. They are a highly popular group which regularly performs sold-out concerts throughout Brazil. The group is mostly known… Continue lendo TIMBALADA – Beija-Flor

CHICO BUARQUE – Construção (1971)

Construção (1971) is the eighth studio album by Brazilian singer-songwriter Chico Buarque. It was composed in periods between Buarque's exile in Italy and his return to Brazil. Lyrically, the album is loaded with criticisms of the Brazilian military dictatorship, especially with regard to the censorship imposed by the government at the time. It is widely… Continue lendo CHICO BUARQUE – Construção (1971)


Antônio Pecci Filho (born July 6, 1946), better known as Toquinho, is a Brazilian singer and guitarist. He is well known for his collaborations, as composer and performer, with Vinicius de Moraes. Vinícius de Moraes (19 October 1913 – 9 July 1980), nicknamed O Poetinha ("The little poet"), was a Brazilian poet, diplomat, lyricist, essayist, musician, singer, and… Continue lendo TOQUINHO & VINÍCIUS DE MORAES – Como Dizia o Poeta

CHICO BUARQUE – Apesar de Você

"Apesar de Você" is a song written by Brazilian singer-songwriter Chico Buarque in 1970. The song, which implicitly approaches the suppression of freedom during the military dictatorship, was banned from being performed on Brazilian radio by the military government. However, it would be released eight years later, at the end of General Ernesto Geisel's government.… Continue lendo CHICO BUARQUE – Apesar de Você