Various - Fado - O Sentir Português 2 album download
|A1||–Cidália Moreira||Recado A Lisboa|
|A4||–Carlos Barra||Nada Por Esmola|
|A5||–José Luis||Cais Do Sodré|
|A6||–Mariette Pessanha||Quero-te Mais Que A Vida|
|B1||–Carlos Do Carmo||Lisboa, Menina E Moça|
|B2||–Fernanda Baptista||Não Vale A Pena|
|B3||–Argentina Santos||Dito Por Não Dito|
|B4||–Artur Garcia||Dona Do Fado|
|B5||–Mara Abrantes||Hás-de Voltar|
|B6||–Francisco Martinho||Fado Marialva|
NotesEdição de Pinheiro & Guerreiro Lda.
Sob Licença de Discos Estudio, Riso e Ritmo Discos, Lda, Movieplay Portuguesa, S.A.R.L.
Fabricado em Portugal.
This is part of a 3-LP Box catal. n. 3-LP-79120
Various – Fado - O Sentir Português 3. Label: Edição De Pinheiro & Guerreiro Lda. – LP-791203. Format: Vinyl, 12", Compilation. A1. –Maria Da Fé. Fado de Alfama. A2. –Rui De Mascarenhas. Senhor Padre Valentim.
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