Carlos Manuel de Ascenção do Carmo de Almeida ComIH (born ; 21 December 1939 in Mouraria, Lisbon) better known as Carlos do Carmo is a Portuguese fado singer, one of the finest of the "Lisbon Song". He is the son of Lucília do Carmo, a well known fadista of her time. Lucília Nunes de Ascenção do Carmo, born in Portalegre on 4 November 1919 and died in 1999, daughter of Francisco).
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Carlos do Carmo was born in Lisbon Portugal in 1939. He was the son of Lucília do Carmo (one of the greatest fadistas of the 20th century) and Alfredo de Almeida, (bookseller and later entrepreneur in the hotel business). His parents were also the owners of the famous Lisbon restaurant "O Faia". One might say that Carlos do Carmo was raised in an artistic atmosphere.
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Carlos do Carmo, ComIH is a Portuguese fado singer, one of the finest in the "Lisbon Song". He is the son of another fado singer and fado house owner, Lucília do Carmo. He began singing and recording in 1963, with the release of the EP record "Mario Simoes e o seu Quarteto Apresentando Carlos do Carmo", and, still in 1963, the record "Carlos do Carmo e Orquestra de Joaquim Luiz Gomes". Until the end of the decade he released another eleven records. With the arrival of the 1970s came success at home and abroad, releasing close to thirty records during that decade.
|A1||Duas Lágrimas De Orvalho|
|A4||A Voz Que Eu Tenho|
|B1||Los Ejes De Mi Carreta|
|B2||Canto Para Não Chorar|
|B3||Pedra Filosofal (I Final)|
|B4||Sou Para Vós Donde Venho|
|B5||O Fruto Dá A Vida|
|B6||Pedra Filosofal (II Final)|