Geraldo Azevedo (born January 11, 1945) is a Brazilian singer and guitarist. He is famous for his contributions to the Brazilian Popular Music scene, especially his partnerships with Alceu Valença and Zé Ramalho. Alceu Valença e Geraldo Azevedo (1972). Bicho-de-sete-cabeças. Inclinações musicais. For all para todos (1982). Tempo tempero (1983). A luz do solo (1984). Eterno presente (1988). Bossa tropical (1989).
Geraldo Azevedo Q&A. Fotos Sebastião Barbosa. Direção de Arte Antonio Henrique Nitzsche. Montagem Ieddo Gouveia. Direção de Mixagem Sergio Mello. Técnico de Gravação Vitor Farias, Andy Mills & Don Lewis. Arranjos Radamés Gnatalli, Dori Caymmi & Geraldo Azevedo. Arregimento João Pinheiro. Assistente de Produção Carlos Fernando. Produção Executiva Sergio Mello. Coordenação Geral João Araújo. Producers Guto Graça Mello.
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Geraldo Azevedo (Petrolina, 11 January 1945) is a Brazilian composer, singer and guitarist. Self-taught, at age 12 was playing guitar. He began his musical career when, at age 18, he moved to Recife to study, where he met Teca Calazans, singer, Naná Vasconcelos, percussion, Marcelo Melo and Toinho Alves that were part of the folk group "Construção", which he joined. In 1967, he moved to Rio de Janeiro, where he worked with singer Eliana Pittman. He founded Quarteto Livre that followed singer Geraldo Vandré in several presentations
Geraldo Azevedo, 1977. Em Copacabana, 04:42. Juritis e Borboletas, 03:37.
Himalaia - Jorge Vercillo ( legendado ) - Продолжительность: 4:06 Cris Caldas - Só músicas que amo!
Romantic lyricism set to virtuosic guitar playing has made Geraldo Azevedo one of the top pop musicians in Brazil. Many of his compositions, including "Caravana," "Copacabana," "De Outra Maneira" and "Barcarola Do Sao Francisco," have become Brazilian pop classics. Born in Petrolina, a small town near the banks of the San Francisco River, Azevedo was heavily influenced by João Gilberto, who lived in Juazeiro, a city on the other side of the river. Self-taught on the guitar, he mastered the instrument by the age of twelve. Signed by Casablanca, Azevedo and Valença released a self-titled duo album. In 1972, the two joined with folk singer Jackson Do Pandeiro to perform at an International Song Festival in Rio. Azevedo began to achieve recognition on his own, as well. Several of his songs were featured on the soundtrack of the Globo TV series Gabriela and Saramandaia.
|A1||Cadê Meu Carnaval|
|A2c||Barcarola Do São Francisco|
|A3||Domingo De Pedra E Cal|
|B3||Fulô Do Dia|
|B4||Juritis E Borboletas|
|B5||Coração Do Agreste|
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