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Moreno Veloso’s first album since 2001’s Musical Typewriter once again has a luminous Brazilian lilt of bossa nova and samba with modern sonic touches coloring the background. But while that one featured his +2 bandmates (his was first of a trilogy where each member of the trio recorded an album with the other two), this time Veloso gets help from 30 musicians in nine studios around the globe. The material ranges from the spooky “La e Ca” to the jittery, acoustic guitar–driven “Um Passo a Frente” to the table samba of “Nao Acorde o Nemem,” yet there's still a cohesiveness centered on Veloso’s tuneful voice and the playful eccentricity.

Biography

Born: November 22, 1972 in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '00s

Moreno Veloso, son of Brazilian music icon Caetano Veloso, began singing at the age of three, improving his natural skills while learning how to play classical guitar six years later. Veloso made his songwriting debut in 1982 with "Um Canto de Afoxé Para Bloco do lle," which is featured on Caetano Veloso's Cores, Nomes. Moreno Veloso became a Latin percussionist while still a teenager, touring with his father and Gilberto Gil before playing cello for Carlinhos Brown. Even when he began attending...
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