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Elis Ao Vivo

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Download links and information about Elis Ao Vivo by Elis Regina. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Jazz, World Music, Latin genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:04:18 minutes.

Artist: Elis Regina
Release date: 1977
Genre: Jazz, World Music, Latin
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:04:18
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Como Nossos Pais (Ao Vivo) 4:56
2. Travessia (Ao Vivo) 4:50
3. Morro Velho (Ao Vivo) 6:03
4. Romaria (Ao Vivo) 4:26
5. A Dama do Apocalipse (Ao Vivo) 3:38
6. Colagem (Ao Vivo) 4:13
7. Madalena (Ao Vivo) 4:32
8. Qualquer Dia (Ao Vivo) 2:37
9. Cadeira Vazia (Ao Vivo) 5:19
10. Vida de Bailarina (Ao Vivo) 3:14
11. Triste (Ao Vivo) 3:19
12. Dois Pra Lá, Dois Pra Cá (Ao Vivo) 4:14
13. Mestre Sala dos Mares (Ao Vivo) 3:37
14. Transversal do Tempo (Ao Vivo) 2:36
15. Cartomante (Ao Vivo) 6:44

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This is a CD reissue of an album recorded live during Regina's historic show on July 25, 1977. The tickets were entirely sold out in eight hours, a couple of weeks in advance. Most of these classic songs weren't published until then, and Regina can be imputed with their success. More than that, they became Regina classics, deeply associated with her interpretation: "Cartomante," "Transversal Do Tempo," "Qualquer Dia," and "Romaria," for example. This album's repertoire, with exceptions, is dedicated to several new artists discovered by Regina: Renato Teixeira, João Bosco/Aldir Blanc, Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant, Belchior, Ivan Lins/Vítor Martins, and several other great composers. The band counts with Regina's second husband César Camargo Mariano (piano/keyboards) and bassist Luizão Maia, along with several other good musicians who fit accordingly into the bill. The highly emotional atmosphere, heard through the intense participation of the audience, was a prognostic that those interpretations were to remain eternal.