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Geraldo Azevedo

Raizes E Frutos

Raizes E Frutos
(2002)


O Grande Encontro V.3 - Serie Ao Vivo

O Grande Encontro V.3 - Serie Ao Vivo
(2000)

Re-issue of a Live Performance Recorded in Rio in September 2000. Special Participation by the Samba Rock Star, Lenine.


O Grande Encontro V.2 - Serie Ao Vivo

O Grande Encontro V.2 - Serie Ao Vivo

Elba Ramalho; Ze Ramalho; And Geraldo Azevedo Sing Acoustic Versions of Classic Brazilian Hits on this Disc, Such as 'eternas Ondas', 'banquete De Signos, 'ai Que Saudade D'oce', 'disparada', 'asa Branca', and More.
 

O Grande Encontro - Serie Ao Vivo

O Grande Encontro - Serie Ao Vivo
(1998)

A Live Performance Gathering Four of the Best Artists of Northeastern Brazilian Music, Like Ze Ramalho, Alceu Valenca, Elba Ramalho, and Geraldo Azevedo Sings Classic Songs Composed by Luiz Gonzaga, Raul Seixas, Caetano Veloso, as Well as their Own Indivudal Compositions.
 

O Melhor Dos Encontros
selections from the Grande Encontros albums
 

Cantoria 2

Cantoria 2
Elomar, Geraldo Azevedo,
Vital Farias, and Xangai


Cantoria 1

Cantoria 1
Elomar, Geraldo Azevedo,
Vital Farias, and Xangai

Futuramerica
(1998)
 

Inclinacoes Musicais

Inclinações Musicais
(1997)

A rare jewel from one of the the most talented and loved composers of the Brazilian northeast. Definitely his most beautiful recording. His guitar touches our spirit in a way hard to put into words. The whole album is incredible. Inclinacoes Musicais, Coqueiros,and Dia Branco are among the most beautiful songs and very popular among Geraldinho's fans. It is all about love, loss, and saudades. I would recommend this cd to anyone who happens to love Brazilian music, and who wants to listen to something beyond bossa nova, samba, or axe music. This is a cd for those who carry Brazil in their hearts. They could not find a better deliverer than Geraldo Azevedo. He suggests in the title that whoever "invented" love had musical inclinations! Geraldo Azevedo was/is one of these inventors. --an Amazon reviewer
 

Comigo - Serie Ao Vivo

Comigo (Serie Ao Vivo)

Geraldo Azevedo's music owes a great debt to the intricate yet smooth harmonies of bossa nova, yet its primary source of inspiration is the music from the north-eastern states of Brazil. With some possible exceptions - the "samba cancao" Casa Brasileira is one of them - his music is not based on samba rythms, but on the "toadas", "frevos", "xotes" and the like. On this CD, recorded live, his voice is accompanied only by his own nylon-string guitar, and his amazing musicianship also comes through. Simply amazing!
 

20 Anos De Cantoria

20 Anos De Cantoria
3-CD box set recorded live in Salvador
(1984)

 

Also See:
Elomar

Xangai

Alceu Valenca

Elba Ramalho

Ze Ramalho

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