Label: Philips - 512 429-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Brazil • Genre: Latin • Style: MPB
Sincehe has been married to singer, songwriter and producer Jane Reis and is the father of rap artist Mahal Reis Over the last few decades, Melodia released a number of albums and performed extensively in Brazil and Europe. He never let me touch the 4-string viola, which was a real relic, very beautiful. That was where I learned to play. Despite his musical affinity from a young age, Luiz ended up having to go against his father's wishes, who dreamed of seeing him graduate: He began his musical career in alongside vocalist Mizinho, while working as a printer, salesperson, clerk and musician in nightclubs.
You could say that we sidestepped all the house rules, the recording studio; we simply broke away from situations that weren't convenient. I have always believed in what I do", stated Luiz [ citation needed ]. Over the following decades, Melodia released a number of albums and performed extensively, including abroad. Inhe was invited to play the Montreux Jazz Festival, on the banks of Luiz Melodia - Personalidade Geneva, where he appeared at Stravinsky Auditorium, the festival's main stage.
Inhe recorded the album Mico de Circo. The album also included his track "Fadas". Inhe released the album 14 Quilates. Inhe presented the same show at the Garden Hall, in Rio de Janeiro. The following year, inhe released Retrato do Artista Quando Coisa, with string and wind arrangements.
The album, produced by Division - Female - Female Perinho Santana, featuring sophisticated wind and string arrangements on the majority of tracks, and featuring Ricardo Silveira Luiz Melodia - Personalidade and Luiz Alves acoustic bass. InMelodia cultivated Luiz Melodia - Personalidade idea involving a samba project.
Previously, in mid, the artist had been invited to present a special Luiz Melodia - Personalidade in celebration of the 70th anniversary of Teatro Rival, in Rio de Janeiro. Inhe performed at Teatro Rival RJ.
Zerima is the 13th studio album by singer and songwriter Luiz Melodia, released in by Som Livre. Following a year span without releasing new material, Luiz Melodia returned to his typical musical genre: samba and bossa nova, stemming from the 14 new tracks, is as personal and intimate as his exceptional vocal ability. Luiz Melodia died on 4 August at the age of 66 in his hometown, Rio de Janeirofrom bone marrow cancer.
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