Cássia Eller - Cássia Eller flac album
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|1||Já Deu Pra Sentir - Tutu
Vocals, Written By – Itamar AssumpçãoWritten By – Marcus Miller
Written By – Mário Manga
Drums – MacWillian*Horns – Tom CaponePercussion – Peninha Written By – Jorge SalomãoWritten By, Guitar, Arranged By – Frejat
|4||Que O Deus Venha
Acoustic Bass – Jorge HelderPercussion [Vassourinha] – Elcio CáfaroPiano – Zé MarcosWritten By – Cazuza, Clarice Lispector, Frejat
Written By – Lennon-McCartney
Bass – Dunga Drums – Mac WillianGuitar, Keyboards – Tom CaponeWritten By – Bocato
Acoustic Guitar – Cássia EllerWritten By – Renato Russo
|8||O Dedo De Deus
Written By – Arrigo Barnabé, Mário Manga
Flute – Andréa Ernest DiasWritten By, Acoustic Guitar – Cássia Eller, Márcio Faraco
|10||Não Sei O Que Eu Quero Da Vida
Written By – Arrigo Barnabé, Hermelino Néder*
- Manufactured By – Sonopress Rimo Indústria E Comércio Fonográfica S.A.
- Distributed By – Sonopress Rimo Indústria E Comércio Fonográfica S.A.
- Licensed To – Universal Music Ltda.
- Remastered At – DMS Digital Mastering Solution
- A&R – Mayrton Bahia
- Bass, Conductor – Jorge Helder
- Drums – Elcio Cáfaro
- Guitar – Nelson Faria
- Keyboards – Zé Marcos
- Percussion – Wanderley Silva
- Producer – Wanderson Clayton
- Remastered By – Luigi Hoffer
- Vocals – Cássia Eller
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 42284 69262 5
- Other (Batch ID): AB0002000
- Matrix / Runout: Arvato Digital Services - 9468/11 - 8469262
|846 926-1||Cássia Eller||Cássia Eller (LP, Album)||Philips||846 926-1||Brazil||1990|
|846 926-2||Cássia Eller||Cássia Eller (CD, Album)||Philips||846 926-2||Brazil||1990|
Cássia Rejane Eller (December 10, 1962 – December 29, 2001) was a Brazilian musician. She performed a fusion of rock and MPB. She was rated as the 18th greatest vocalist and 40th greatest Brazilian musician by Rolling Stone Brasil.
Acústico MTV (Cássia Eller album). Acústico MTV is a CD/DVD by Brazilian recording artist Cássia Eller, produced by Nando Reis and Luiz Brasil. It was recorded on March 7 and 8 of 2001 in São Paulo and released the same year. The project included guest appearances from Nando Reis, A Nação Zumbi and the rapper Xis. Acústico MTV is the Brazilian version of MTV Unplugged.
Album Dez de dezembro. Half of what I say is meaningless But I say it just to reach you Julia Julia, ocean child, calls me So I sing a song of love, Julia Seashell eyes, windy smile, calls me So I sing a song of love, Julia Her hair of floating sky is shimmering, glimmering In the sun Julia, Julia, morning moon, touch me So I sing.
Cássia Eller was recorded in the personal studio of Guto Graça Mello, without the knowledge of PolyGram. This happened because the two previous Cássia albuns (Cássia Eller and O Marginal) failed to reach commercial success, and Cássia was decided to resign of the label. The album received a big influence from Marisa Monte's album Verde, anil, amarelo, cor de rosa e carvão, that Cássia heard as nursed her son, Chicão. In accord of the singer herself, Cássia Eller was her first job with a preproduction work. Initially, the claim was that the new disc had only rewrites, but some unpublished.
Acústico MTV is the singer Cássia Eller's final album before her death on December 29, 2001. The album consists of seventeen songs from various authors, such as Nando Reis, Renato Russo, Cazuza, John Lennon and Paul McCartney, among others. For the recording of the album, the entire team met for three weeks at the São José farm. Acústico MTV is the Brazilian version of the MTV Unplugged albums. Many albums by Brazilian artists have been released under the name "Acústico MTV", including: Acústico MTV (Cássia Eller album). Acústico MTV (Legião Urbana album). Acústico MTV (Os Paralamas do Sucesso album). Acústico MTV (O Rappa album).
A Arte de Cássia Eller (2004)A Arte de Cássia Eller2004. Perfil (In English: "Profile") is an album by Brazilian rock musician Cássia Eller released in 2003 by the label Som Livre in their profile series, containing hits like "Malandragem", "O Segundo Sol", "Palavras ao Vento", "Por Enquanto", "Milagreiro" (with Djavan), and "Nós", among others. Gatas Extraordinárias".
The first album by the rock vocalist Cássia Eller. The aggressiveness of her low voice and the dry arrangements brought her national fame, even if the release didn't have a high selling. In 1989, she had recorded a demo tape with "Por Enquanto" (Renato Russo) for her first manager, her uncle Anderson, who showed it at Polygram. The song, included here, would be her first hit. The melancholic nostalgia of the lyrics is highlighted by her own folk rendition at the acoustic guitar.
Cássia Rejane Eller (December 10, 1962 – December 29, 2001) was a Brazilian musician. Variations: Viewing All Cássia Eller. Cássia, Cassia Eller.
Cássia Rejane Eller was a Brazilian musician. been called "a battle cry for sexual freedom.
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