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Album Review

Bad pop release with no greater merit than the more-or-less successful songs "Vela aberta" and "Tire os pés do chão," this album brings a collection of dated pop grooves in weak melodies and lyrics. Walter Franco, an expressive artist, missed the point here. No Brazilian influence here, other than the Portuguese lyrics. Completely disposable.


Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Walter Franco was a composer who made important contributions displayed in the historic festivals of Brazilian popular music. As a student of dramatic arts, Walter Franco wrote music for several plays by Albee, Esquilo, and others. In 1971, he wrote the theme song of the soap opera Hospital, which was released as a single. He participated in the first, second, and third Festival Universitário of TV Tupi with the songs "Não se Queima um Sonho" (performed by Geraldo Vandré), "Sol de Vidro" (with Eneida,...
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