All of the compositions are great, exploring from samba to baião, and, more importantly, it's mostly an acoustic band album, with cool touches of a Rhodes.
Djavan's debut LP, one of the milestones in Brazilian music from the post/bossa nova years, originally released in 1976. This wonderful album showcases acoustic samba music in full effect, displaying an array of endearing melodies combined with jazzy arrangements and some delightful funky moments. Reply Notify me Helpful.
A Voz, o Violão, a Música de Djavan. Redirected from A Voz, O Violão, A Música de Djavan). Djavan (also known by its subtitle, A Voz, O Violão, A Música de Djavan ) is the first album by Brazilian singer and songwriter Djavan. It was released in 1976. The album features some of the singer's early hits, like "Flor de Lis," "Para-Raio", "E Que Deus Ajude" and "Fato Consumado".
Violão: Djavan Teclado: Edson Guitarra: Helinho Baixo: Luizão Maia Bateria: Paulinho Flauta e Flautim: Altemiro Carrilho Ritmo: Marçal, Luna e Hermes. "A Voz, o Violão, a Música de Djavan" " Track Info. Release Date September 1, 1976. A Voz, o Violão, a Música de Djavan Djavan.
Flor de Lis. Na Boca do Beco. Quantas Voltas dá meu Mundo. MusicBrainz: A Voz, O Violão, A Música De Djavan.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Djavan – A Voz, O Violão, A Música De Djavan. Label: Bomba Records (4) – BOM1103. Format: CD, Album, Reissue.
Djavan (Brazilian Portuguese: ; full name Djavan Caetano Viana) is a Brazilian singer/songwriter, (born 27 January 1949, in Alagoas, Brazil) Djavan combines traditional Brazilian rhythms with popular music drawn from the Americas, Europe and Africa.
List of tracks in the album A voz, o violão, a música de Djavan by Djavan. A voz, o violão, a música de Djavan discography. Studio album by Djavan.
Djavan (Brazilian Portuguese: ; full name Djavan Caetano Viana) is a Brazilian singer/songwriter, (born 27 January 1949) Djavan combines traditional Brazilian rhythms with popular music drawn from the Americas, Europe and Africa. He can arguably be categorized in any of the following musical genres: Música popular brasileira (Brazilian pop), samba, or Latin dance. After competing in several festivals, he gained attention and recorded the album A Voz, o Violão e a Arte de Djavan in 1976. The album included the song "Flor de Lis," which became one of his most memorable hits. Albums that followed included his other musical influence, African music, and additional hits followed, such as "Açaí", "Sina," and "Samurai," which featured Stevie Wonder's harmonica.
|1||Flor De Lís|
|2||Na Boca Do Beco|
|3||Maçã Do Rosto|
|5||E Que Deus Ajude|
|6||Quantas Voltas Dá Meu Mundo|
|7||Maria Das Mercedes|
|12||Ventos Do Norte|
- Arranged By – Edson Frederico
- Artwork By – Cezar G. Villela
- Bass – Luizão
- Drums – Paulinho
- Executive-Producer – Aloysio De Oliveira
- Flute – Altamiro Carrilho
- Graphics – Joel Cocchiararo
- Guitar – Djavan, Helinho
- Keyboards – Edson Frederico
- Liner Notes – ケペル木村*
- Percussion – Hermes , Luna , Marçal
- Photography By – Francisco Pereira
- Producer – Guto Graça Mello
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4562162309576
|403.6092||Djavan||A Voz, O Violão, A Música De Djavan (LP, Album)||Som Livre||403.6092||Brazil||1976|
|2405||Djavan||Flor De Lis (CD, Album)||Buda Records||2405||France||1987|
|504012||Djavan||Flor De Lis (LP)||SOMA , Vogue||504012||France||1987|
|4162-2||Djavan||A Voz E O Violão (CD, Album)||Som Livre, Gala||4162-2||Brazil||Unknown|
|AA 20.700||Djavan||A Voz E O Violão (CD, Album, RE)||Som Livre||AA 20.700||Brazil||2010|