Gal Costa - Índia MP3 Full Album
|7||Pontos De Luz||2:40|
|9||Da Maior Importância||5:12|
|6349 077||Gal Costa||Índia (LP, Album, Gat)||Philips||6349 077||Brazil||1973|
|7296495||Gal Costa||Índia (Cass, Album, Dol)||Philips||7296495||Brazil||1982|
|6328 495||Gal Costa||Índia (LP, Album, RE, RP)||Philips||6328 495||Brazil||1985|
|6349.077||Gal Costa||Índia (LP, Album, Unofficial)||Philips||6349.077||Unknown|
|6349077||Gal Costa||Índia (LP)||Philips||6349077||Portugal||1973|
Originally released in 1973.
Released in standard clear jewel case with white tray and Japanese OBI strip. 4 page Booklet in Portuguese contains photos. Also includes a 2 page fold out sheet in Portuguese and Japanese, containing; lyrics, track listing and credits. Rights information printed on Rear Cover and on the printed side of CD.
- Barcode (Text on OBI): 4 988005 834140
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L154
Gal Costa is the first solo album by the Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released in 1969. It was ranked the 80th best Brazilian album of all time by the Brazilian Rolling Stone magazine. Considered one of the most representative records of the countercultural Tropicália movement, the album features songwriting by various artist associated with the movement, with whom Costa had previously worked with in the 1968 collaboration album Tropicália: ou Panis et Circencis. These include Caetano Veloso, Gilberto. Information on Gal Costa. LP , Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil, Nara Leão, Os Mutantes E Tom Zé. Gal or Gal Costa is the second album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released months after the first album Gal Costa. To distinguish it from Costa's previous release, the album is sometimes referred to as Cinema Olympia, the title of its first track. It is considered by the public and critics alike as her most psychedelic and experimental album. The music in the album has been considered unprecedented. Andy Beta of The Pitchfork Review described the album as the equivalent of Barbra Streisand. Gal Costa - India 1973. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Gal Costa. Songs in album Gal Costa - India 1973. Gal Costa - India. Gal Costa - Milho Verde. Gal Costa - Presente Cotidiano. Gal Costa - Voilta. Gal Costa - Relance. Gal Costa - Da Maior Importancia. Gal Costa - Passarinho. Gal Costa - Pontos De Luz. Gal Costa - Desafinado. Legal is an album by Brazilian singer-songwriter Gal Costa, released in 1970. The album returns to an accessible style following the experimental previous self-titled album Gal Costa of 1969. Legal is diversely influenced by psychedelic music, blues, and R&B. The album cover is designed by Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica. Gal Costa - Vocals. Chiquinho de Moraes - Arrangement, piano. Jards Macalé - Arrangement. Lanny Gordin - Arrangement, guitar. Hélio Oiticica - Artwork. Claudio Bertrami - Bass. Gal Costa born September 26, 1945 in Salvador, Brazil, is a popular singer in Brazil. Influenced by music from a young age by her record store owner father, Costa became one of Brazil's foremost female Tropicalismo movement singers and guitar players during the late 1960s and 70s. Along with her friend Maria Bethânia, she became a political activist often coming into conflict with Brazil's government when dissent in music was censored. Fellow musician Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia's brother, introduced her to Gilberto Gil and Tom Zé in 1963, who managed to secure h read more. Costas 1973 album Índia cemented her status as one of Brazils biggest and most defiant stars, from its government-banned cover image to its closing cover of the standard Desafinado. With it, Costa paid tribute to her countrys musical heritage while also bravely forging ahead in the post-tropicalismo era, one increasingly repressed by the military regime running the country. Índia finds Costa drawing upon her past and pushing deeper into Brazilian mainstream pop often shortened to MPB. Gil served as musical director and guitarist, while Veloso penned two songs. Gal Costa was born on September 26, 1945 on Barra, one of the most traditional neighbourhoods of Salvador, to Mariah Costa Penna d. 1993 and Arnaldo Burgos d. During her pregnancy, Mariah spent hours concentrated listening to classical music, as in a ritual, with the intention that her child would become interested in music. Gal never met her father, who died when she was 15 years old. When she was 10, Gal befriended sisters Sandra and Andréia Gadelha, future wives of singer-songwriters Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso, respectively. At 14, she first listened to João Gilberto's &. Listen free to Gal Costa India India, Milho verde folclore português and more. 9 tracks 35:15. Índia Gal Costa album. Índia is the fourth studio album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released on 1973 by Philips Records. Its major hits were Índia, Volta and Desafinado. 1 Music