A Little Bit in Brazilian Music History
Issue # 1
(by Mara Records)
Beth Carvalho - From the beginning as a Bossa Nova singer to nowadays: one of the best brazilian samba female vocals of all time.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, May 5th, 1946, Beth Carvalho started as a Bossa Nova singer in the 60's (was singer at Antonio Adolfo's Conjunto 3-D) and changed style in early 70's into Samba.
Her first LP was released in 1969 by label Odeon, called "Andanca", title of a song by Danilo Caymmi that she performed at III Festival Internacional da Cancao in 1968. In this first release there were 2 great guests: Golden Boys and Som 3. It's a great album where can be heard her bossa nova style.
Later, as a samba and pagode singer, she released several albums at Labels Tapecar and RCA-Victor and played together with an incredible list of great musicians, as follows:
Geraldo Vespar, Nelson Cavaquinho, Dino 7 Cordas, Cesar Camargo Mariano, Paulo Moura, Chico Batera, Martinho da Vila, Wilson das Neves, Copinha, Rosinha de Valenca, Ze da Velha, Jorge Aragao, Rafael Rabello, Joao Pacifico, Rildo Hora, Nana Caymmi, Antonio Adolfo, Sergio Carvalho and more...
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