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Selma Reis, a sensitive singer, dedicated this album to the works of Gonzaguinha. Opens with a delicate a cappella rendition for "Gonzaga," together with Gonzaguinha's son Daniel Gonzaga, whose voice timbre is very similar to his father's. Accompanied by excellent musicians, Reis delivers a repertory that is predominate with doleful songs, her preferred style. Exceptions are the samba "Geraldinos E Arquibaldos," which follows the original rendition with its mouth percussion; the dramatic "Fliperama"; the samba de breque "A Cidade Contra O Crime"; "Amanhã Ou Depois"; and, closing the album on a higher note, "O Homem Falou"/"O Que É, O Que É."

Biography

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '90s

Selma Reis is a talented singer who is dedicated to a sensitive repertory. Her family had a strong passion for serestas, which was fundamental for the shaping of her love for music. Reis studied vocal technique in Brazil and France. In 1987 she recorded her first album, Selma Reis (independent). After two other albums, she released a self-titled album, recorded in London and arranged by Grahaam Presket. The quality of the work finally drew the attention of majors, but she opted for the small label...
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