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Album Review

Fátima Guedes is a proponent of the sincere acoustic samba tradition in Brazil. Her work is devoid of commercial exploitation, constituting always a good bet. Her strong points are her well-played violão and her solid compositions, both on the melodic/harmonic side and on the lyrics as well. She also sings fairly well. In this record she sings her own compositions and works by the renowned samba/choro creators Moacyr Luz, Aldir Blanc, and Guinga, also delivering a proper samba rendition for Lenine's hit "O Dia Em Que Faremos Contato." The dynamics range from longing, melancholic voice/violão or string section backed songs, stylized reggaes, to hard-swinging sambas and cocos, with enough room for a beautiful trombone de gafieira introduction/solo in her "Lua Brasileira." The band's members and other musicians are among the best session players in Brazil.

Biography

Genre: MPB

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Fátima Guedes has had her compositions sung by Elis Regina (who presented her for the major audiences in 1978), Maria Bethânia, Nana Caymmi, Simone, Ney Matogrosso, Elba Ramalho, Alcione, Wanderléa, Zizi Possi, Joanna, Simone, and Beth Carvalho, among others. Some of her hits are "Cheiro de Mato," "Condenados,"...
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