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Caetano e Chico - Juntos e Ao Vivo

Caetano Veloso & Chico Buarque

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In 1972, Caetano Veloso and Chico Buarque, both already established artists, opened a show together in Teatro Castro Alves, Salvador, Bahia, where an LP of which this is the CD reissue was recorded. This is a great classic of that period. It is necessary to understand that, in those times, all civil expression was closely investigated, and many times prohibited. Spokesmen of the masses, the artists were the escape valve to an unbearable pressure, and the audience's delight (better yet, delirium) at ciphered messages against dictatorship contained in the lyrics, in the expression, in the choice of repertoire, is evident throughout this must-have album. It has 11 songs, all of them hits or immortal classics.

Biography

Born: 07 August 1942 in Santo Amaro da Purificação, Brazi

Genre: MPB

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A true heavyweight, Caetano Veloso is a pop musician/poet/filmmaker/political activist whose stature in the pantheon of international pop musicians is on a par with that of Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, and Lennon/McCartney. And even the most cursory listen to...
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