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Album Review

The first solo album by the competent and sensitive singer almost Vânia Abreu didn't happen. Maybe the choice of new composers, maybe the fact that the production imposed a dancing pattern that clearly wasn't her cup of tea — it's enough to listen to the heartfelt rendition of "Alegria" (and old samba by Assis Valente and Durval Maia) or the extremely beautiful and delicate ballad "As Quatro Estações." It was not coincidence that her 1997 album was entitled Para Mim (For me), where she is more comfortable interpreting a more sensitive repertoire. The only broadly known song she chose to interpret is "Templo" (Chico César/Tata Fernandes/Milton de Biase). She is uneasy interpreting the more danceable tunes; the rest of the album comprises "Do Jeito Que Tem Que Ser" (dance music), "Eclipse" (rock ballad), "No Meio Da Noite" (dance music), "Jogando Charme" (funk ballad), "Samba-reggae de Rasteira" (samba-reggae), "Bem Ou Mal" (funk), "Procure A Tua Estrela" (ballad), "Modernidade Negra" (samba-reggae), and "Meu sonho não" (acoustic rock).

As Quatros Estações, Vania Abreu
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