Milton Nascimento – Miltons. Label: Columbia – FCT 45239. Format: Cassette, Album. Cover, Photography By – Márcio Ferreira. Directed By – Milton Nascimento. Producer – Márcio Ferreira.
Adapted By – Milton Nascimento. 4. Fruta Boa. Written-By – Fernando Brant, Milton Nascimento. Miltons (LP, Album). CBS 463424 2. Milton Nascimento.
Milton Nascimento (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born October 26, 1942) is a prominent Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist. Milton Nascimento was born in Rio de Janeiro. His mother, Maria Nascimento, was a maid. As a baby, Nascimento was adopted by a couple who were his mother's former employers; Josino Brito Campos, a bank employee, mathematics teacher and electronic technician and Lília Silva Campos, a music teacher and choir singer.
For openers, Nascimento delivers a touching note to actor River Phoenix well before the latter's tragically early death. There is also an hypnotic, revolving, vocalese version of "La Bamba," and he revisits earlier tunes like "San Vicente" and "Sock Ball, Marbles. This is unusually intimate Nascimento, but no less full and rich in impact.
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Endless" and "Fruta Boa" are gorgeous and romantic. The condition was excellent, just a crack in the jewel case, which I don't care about.
International singing superstar and songwriter Milton Nascimento may have his roots in Brazil, but his songs have touched audiences all over the world. Born in Rio, Nascimento's adoptive parents, both white, brought him to Tres Pontas, a small town in the state of Minas Gerais, when he was two. His mother sang in a choir and at local music festivals, often accompanied by Milton. Nascimento's father was an electronics tinkerer, math teacher, and at one point ran a local radio station where a young Milton occasionally worked as a DJ. He began singing as a teenager. His lengthy discography includes Courage, a 1969 album for A&M and Milton Nascimento that same year for EMI Odeon; Milton, also for the EMI Odeon label, recorded in 1970, and then four more albums for the label EMI Odeon: Clube da Esquina (1972), Milagre dos Peixes (1973), Milagre dos Peixes (Ao Vivo) (1973), and Minas (1975).
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|A1||River Phoenix (Carta A Um Jovem Ator)||3:24|
Music By – César Camargo Mariano, Milton Nascimento
|B4||Bola De Meia, Bola De Gude||3:02|
- Backing Vocals – Arthur Maia (tracks: B1, B4)
- Drums – Robertinho Silva (tracks: B1, B2)
- Electric Bass – João Baptista (tracks: B1, B4)
- Percussion – Naná Vasconcelos (tracks: A1, A2, A3, A5, B2, B4)
- Piano – Herbie Hancock (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B2, B3)
- Synthesizer – Herbie Hancock (tracks: A2)
NotesThe album is dedicated to Chico Buarque and Caetano Veloso. Contains the music dedicated to the actor River Phoenix and a version of "La Bamba".
|231.163||Milton Nascimento||Miltons (LP, Album)||CBS||231.163||Brazil||1988|
|CBS 463424 2||Milton Nascimento||Miltons (CD, Album)||CBS||CBS 463424 2||Spain||1988|
|463424 1||Milton Nascimento||Miltons (LP)||CBS (Portugal) Música E Discos, Lda.||463424 1||Portugal||1988|
|463424 1||Milton Nascimento||Miltons (LP, Album)||CBS||463424 1||Spain||1988|
|25・8P-5253||Milton Nascimento||Miltons (CD, Album)||Epic||25・8P-5253||Japan||1989|