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Agostinho Dos Santos - A Banda download mp3 album
Performer:
Agostinho Dos Santos
Album:
A Banda
Style:
Bossanova
FLAC vers. size:
1320 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1986 mb
WMA vers. size:
1343 mb
Other formats
VOX MP3 MP2 WAV FLAC APE MPC
Rating:
4.8 ★
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286

Antônio Carlos Jobim e Fernando Cesar na Voz de Agostinho (Original Bossa Nova Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1958). As Grandes Interpretacoes de Agostinho Dos Santos.

This release differs from Agostinho Dos Santos - Agostinho Dos Santos by the small "ffrr True High Fidelity" logo on the upper right corner. Matrix, Runout (Printed on Label Side A): BR-XLD-11.

Agostinho dos Santos. Agostinho Dos Santos. View full artist profile.

Agostinho dos Santos (April 25, 1932 – July 11, 1973) was a Brazilian singer and composer of bossa nova, MPB and rock and roll, active from the early 1950s until his premature death in an airplane accident in 1973. Dos Santos is best known today for lending his voice to the soundtrack of the classic 1959 film Orfeu Negro.

guitar pro. A Popularidade de Agostinho dos Santos. WEA. Maria dos Meus Pecadossubmit Último Canto Minha Oraçãosubmit. Maria dos Meus Pecadossubmit Último Cantosubmit Minha Oraçãosubmit.

Agostinho Dos Santos, Edison Machado - Estrada do Sol Agostinho Dos Santos, 1973 05:24. Artist: Agostinho Dos Santos.

Orfeu, portrayed by Breno Mello, the song was dubbed by Agostinho dos Santos. The song was initially rejected for inclusion in the film by Camus, but Bonfá was able to convince the director that the music for Manhã de Carnaval was superior to the song Bonfá composed as a replacement. Orfeu Negro was an international success (winning, for example, an Academy Award in 1960), and brought the song to a large audience. Luiz Bonfá and Antonio Carlos Jobim, Black Orpheus, Motion Picture Soundtrack, tracks (sung by Agostinho dos Santos), 8 (instrumental by Roberto Menescal), 11 (sung by Elizeth Cardoso) & 14 (instrumental by Bola Sete), LP Vinyl, Fontana, 1959. Frida Boccara, recorded La Chanson d’Orphée at Baccara 9 n° 17 (VA compilation, EP), 1959. 1. Vem Ouvir o Mar. 10. Canção de Ser Triste.

Tracklist

A1 A Banda
A2 Canção De Ser triste
B1 Outra Vez
B2 Aprende A Viver