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Album Review

The first album by the musician/composer Celso Fonseca and the hitmaker Ronaldo Bastos, one of the preferred lyricists by Milton Nascimento — only songs written by the duo are included. The album is very warm in its arrangements, with a straightforward violão sometimes being joined by Jacques Morelenbaum's cello and sparse string sections. "Sorte" was a hit in the voice of Gal Costa. The mysterious and beautiful "Flor Lunar" also had success. The focus of the album is romantic love, but there is some room to talk about the samba in the Estácio hill in the beautiful samba "O Poeta do Estácio." Delicate renditions for inventive lyrics/songs.

Customer Reviews

Excellent album!!

Sorte. One of my favorite songs ever.


Born: November 15, 1956 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '00s

Influenced by Baden Powell, successful composer/producer/instrumentalist Celso Fonseca started in music at 12, having learned the guitar. At 19, he decided to dedicate himself to music as a profession, being invited to join Gilberto Gil's band in 1981, with which Fonseca played throughout Brazil and in several other countries. Fonseca also has played and recorded with Chico Buarque, Djavan, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa, Elza Soares, Marisa Monte, João Bosco, Jorge Benjor, Leila Pinheiro,...
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