Maria Bethania - Maria album download
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|A1||A Terra Tremeu / Ofa
Featuring – Lady Smith Black Mambazo*Written-By – J. Velloso, Roberto Mendes, Sacramento
Written-By – Alceu Valença
|A3||Verdades E Mentiras
Written-By – Jaime Alem
|A4||Mulheres Do Brasil
Written-By – Joyce
|A5||Poema Dos Olhos Da Amada
Arranged By – Dominique Dreyfus, Jeanne MoreauPiano – Graziela Madrigal*Voice [Featuring] – Jeanne MoreauWritten-By – P. Soledade*, Vinicius De Moraes
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
|B2||Eu E Agua
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
|B3||O Que Os Olhos Nao Veem / Eu Sou A Outra
Written-By – Luiz Bandera*, Ricardo Galeno
Written-By – Caetano Veloso, Ferreira Gullar
Vocals [Featuring] – Gal CostaWritten-By – Caetano Veloso
|B6||Noite De Cristal / Bandeira Branca
Written-By – Caetano Veloso, Laercio Alves, Max Nunes
- Arranged By – Jayme Alem*
- Directed By [Artistic Director] – Miguel Plopschi
- Engineer – J. Sanders
- Executive Producer – José Alberto Muchachi
- Mixed By – J. Sanders, Nancy Ypsilantis
- Producer – Nancy Ypsilantis
- Vocals – Maria Bethânia
NotesLicensed from BMG/Ariola Brazil
Originally released in 1988
|140.0004||Maria Bethânia||Maria (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||140.0004||Brazil||1988|
|102-02099||Maria Bethânia||Maria (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||102-02099||Venezuela||1988|
|R32P-1167||Maria Bethânia||Maria (CD, Album)||RCA||R32P-1167||Japan||1988|
|82424-2||Maria Bethania*||Maria (CD, Album, RE)||Buda Records||82424-2||France||Unknown|
|KAR 258||Maria Bethania*||Maria (CD, Album, RE)||Kardum||KAR 258||France||1993|
Maria Bethânia Viana Telles Veloso (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born June 18, 1946), known by her stage name Maria Bethânia, is a legendary Brazilian singer and songwriter. Born in Santo Amaro, Bahia, she started her career in Rio de Janeiro in 1964 with the show "Opinião" ("Opinion"). Due to its popularity, with performances all over the country, and the popularity of her 1965 single "Carcará", the artist became a star in Brazil.
Maria Bethania (LP, Album, Mono, RE, RP). RCA Camden. Maria Bethania (CD, Album, RE, RP). Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
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Maria Bethânia is the self-titled debut studio album by Brazilian singer Maria Bethânia. It was first released in June, 1965, under RCA Victor label, as an LP in mono version. In 1971, the album was re-released in stereo mode under RCA Camden. In 1996, a remastered CD version was released by Sony BM. .1. Album – Album, is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc and MP3 formats. The audio cassette was a format used from the late 1970s through to the 1990s alongside vinyl, an album may be recorded in a recording studio, in a concert venue, at home, in the field, or a mix of places.
BPM Profile Maria Bethânia. Album starts at 121BPM, ends at BPM (-121), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Maria Bethânia. Omara Portuondo e Maria Bethânia.
Maria Bethânia, sister of Caetano Veloso, is a renowned singer on her own. Her scenic, dramatic abilities, in a profoundly Brazilian tradition, make her performances quite personal, which has brought her a massive and faithful audience over the decades. As a child, she wanted to be an actress right from the start. In 1967, she recorded with Edu Lobo the Elenco album Edu Lobo e Maria Bethânia. Through 1970, she would also be featured in the shows Yes, Nós Temos Maria Bethânia (Teatro de Bolso, Rio), Comigo Me Desavim (Teatro Miguel Lemos, Rio), Recital Na Boite Blow Up (São Paulo), and Brasileiro Profissão Esperança (Teatro Casa Grande, Rio). In 1968, she performed on the LP Veloso, Gil e Bethânia (RCA) and the solo LP Recital na Boite Barroco. In 1969 and 1970 respectively, Bethânia released the LPs Maria Bethânia and Maria Bethânia Ao Vivo.
Maria Bethânia Tracklist.